Need a quick refresher on using the Library?
Ask a Librarian provides help with using library and internet resources. The Ask a Librarian staff can help you with:
And don't forget, you can contact the librarian for this class directly ---> see Roger and Linda's contact info in the right-hand column.
Most databases will have the yellow "Get It @ ASU" button on each entry - if there is no link to the full text from the entry (or if the full text link does not work) use "Get It @ ASU"
The "Get It @ ASU" service was originally created to work only with journal articles; it can do that quite well and it is almost always correct. However, when working with books, conference proceedings and other non-article documents, "Get It @ ASU" has difficulty withthe peculiarities of those formats and is not always able to give an accurate assessment of the items availablity. For non-article documents, always check the Library One Search databse and/or the Libraries' Catalog by hand before submitting an Interlibrary Loan request.
If the journal article you need is not available in the ASU Library (or its only available in print or microfilm in a library on a different campus), we'll provide you with a free pdf copy of the article. You may either:
The first time you use the Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery service, you must register by clicking on the red, "First Time Users" link on the log-in page.
For more details ee our ILL/Document Delivery guide. If you have any questions or difficulties with any of these Document Delivery services please contact our staff at 480-965-3282 or at email@example.com.