The Scholarship Showcase is a collection of open-access articles by ASU authors. Each item is an article title. Each item has one or more files, including the article and supporting materials, e.g., tables, videos or audio files.
The ASU Library archives and distinctive collections contain collections about rare books, manuscripts, maps, audio and video materials with a primary focus on the Southwestern United States, materials used in teaching and research, and the history of ASU.
Collections, items and files have permanent links that you can use in citations, courses, websites or blogs. See how to link a collection or item in the repository to your Blackboard course content.
To copy a permanent link, right-click the permanent link and copy link location.
We strongly encourage you to add as much descriptive information (metadata) as you can when adding materials to the ASU Digital Repository. More descriptive metadata makes it easier for users to find your materials, and gives your materials a more professional appearance in the ASU Digital Repository. The most important fields are:
The item description form has explanatory help tips for each field. Hover your mouse over the fields to view definitions with examples.
Your item will be indexed by search engines after saving. Metadata descriptions in the ASU Digital Repository are public domain.
Books and Chapters