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Faculty Research Support

A guide to research resources and library services for new and established ASU faculty.

Table of Contents

Resources: Find out what research resources are available through ASU Library and beyond.

Curricular Support: Use our expertise to teach your students information literacy skills.

Publishing: Discover more about copyright, open access, and scholarly communication.

Citation Research: Keep current with citation counts, impact factors, and alternative measuring methods.

Data Management: Manage, preserve, and share your research data.

 

 

 

You Have a Subject Librarian!

Your subject librarian is here to assist you with your library research needs. E-mail or call your librarian, or schedule an in-person consultation for

  • Searching research databases and the library catalog
  • Obtaining articles electronically
  • Using citation management software
  • Linking articles in course management software, such as Blackboard & Learning Studio
  • Fair use and authors' rights
  • Keeping current with the literature through database alerts
  • In-class instruction
  • Data management plans

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