Q. Is there one place where online students can look for library information?
A. The web page Library Services for Online Students covers sources for research, classes, policies, getting help, and finding other libraries. There is also a LibGuide for Online Students, which includes information about all of the above, plus streaming media and e-resources.
Q. How can my students get help for their research?
A. Ask a Librarian service is available to answer questions about library research via phone, email, and chat. Subject librarians can also be contacted for specialized help in a specific subject or discipline.
Q. Where can my students find library materials?
A. Library One Search searches most, but not all of our resources in a simple google-like search box. Students can search the library catalog for access to all library materials.
Q. My students need to view videos. Where can they find videos to view?
A. ASU Library licenses several video sites for free use by students. There are also pay-per-view sources where students pay a fee to watch a video.
Q. Where can students find tutorials on using the library?
A. ASU Library has tutorials on library research skills, finding articles, and citing sources.
Q. Does ASU Library has citation management software?
A. Yes. ASU Library supports RefWorks and students can import references from databases and use them to add in-text citations to papers (using Write-n-Cite) and also do bibliographies based on hundreds of citation styles.