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  Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q: Who is my department's subject librarian?
A:  The list of ASU Library Subject Librarians may be found here. You may contact your subject librarian to suggest materials for purchase, specialized instruction and specialized research assistance.

Q: How do I put an item on reserve?
A: Instructions for putting materials on Reserve are found on this page.

Q: Whom do I contact about scheduling/creating library instruction for my class?
A: Contact your Subject Librarian for instructional assistance.

Q: Does the Library/University have copyright guidelines?
A: There is much information available regarding copyright. Topics include: Scholarly Communication, copyright restrictions for Reserve Materials, and a Copyright and Intellectual Property Glossary.

Q: How can I submit a comment or make a suggestion about the Library?
A: You may contact your Subject Librarian or use the Electronic Suggestion Box.

How do I request materials through Interlibrary Loan?
A: To set up your ILLIAD account and use Interlibrary Loan, go here.

Q: Are subject guides available for my discipline?
A: For LibGuides in your discipline, go to the LibGuides page. If you don’t see one, contact your Subject Librarian.

Q. How do I request that the library purchase an item?

A. Submit your request on this form.

 

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For more information about our Ask a Librarian service see: http://lib.asu.edu/ask-a-librarian/

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