Use theGraduate Students Guideto get an introduction to research resources and library services for ASU graduate students. Things that you will find:
How to find scholarly research
How to receive updates on the current literature in your research area
Presenting and publishing your work
ASU Dissertations and Theses
Graduate Scholars Toolkit Workshop Series
ASU students looking to enhance their research skills are invited to take part in the Graduate Scholars Toolkit, a series of workshops offered throughout the semester by the ASU Library on a variety of topics including copyright, citation management, data visualization and text analysis. Workshops are offered on multiple campuses with more webinars and online offerings to come.
We are currently planning the workshop schedule for Fall 2021. For comments, questions, and more information, contact Matt Ogborn, Graduate Instruction and Project Manager.
Graduate Online Workshops
Library 501: What Grad Students Need to Know about the Library Access Online
Library 501: What Grad Students Need to Know about the Library is an ASU Library orientation to services and resources for graduate students. It is part of a larger workshop series designed to provide you with the right tools needed to succeed in your research and conquer your degree! By completing this online workshop graduate student scholars will be able to locate and use library resources for navigating the research lifecycle.
The ASU Library is committed to helping our students, faculty, and staff obtain information and materials that support their learning, research, and teaching needs.
Provide assistance to users, at no charge, to locate materials
Obtain materials that ASU does not own through Interlibrary Loan for ASU affiliates
Place no limits on the number of interlibrary loan requests our users place and subsidize any fees up to $30.00 per request
Participate in appropriate memberships, groups and consortia that offer same-day delivery of articles as well as expedited shipping
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, library users might experience some delays to our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service. We apologize for this inconvenience.