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Resources for education students and faculty at ASU.

Who Should Use This Guide?

This Library Guide is intended to support the coursework and research needs of students enrolled in education programs across the physical and online campuses of Arizona State University and to support the research and instructional needs of faculty who work with them.

The ASU Library also has liaison librarians who specialize in the literature and information in specific areas.

The education librarians:

  • Act as liaisons to academic departments,
  • Provide library instruction for ASU classes,
  • Recommend and assist with library resources for research,
  • Purchase material needed for classes.

Education librarians Linda DeFato  (, 480-965-3082) and Alexandra Humphreys (, 602-496-1188) are available to meet in-person, by telephone, via email or virtually.

Education Library Guides

There are many other library guides that support education. If you are looking for a course guide look under the course number [e.g. COE 501].  Below is a brief list of some of the additional guides that support the research & curriculum in Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.

K-12 Teaching Resources
Action Research in Education

Physical Education
Children's & Young Adult Literature 

Tests, Measures and Assessments in Education

If you are looking for information about education degrees, programs and more check out the Mary Lou Fulton Teacher's College website.

Additional Guides

Resources for ASU Online Students

Graduate Students

ASU Electronic Dissertations & Theses Collection

Open Access Resources


My Library Accounts

My Library Account 
For checked out items, Renew books, place holds/requests, and more

My Interlibrary Loan (ILLIAD) Account 
Request materials from non-ASU libraries 

Hours and Locations