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Urban Planning Resources

Key Resources to support Urban Planning research at Arizona State University

Getting Started

Welcome to the Urban Planning Library Guide! This guide is to help navigate the resources available at ASU for the study of urban planning. 

Not sure where to start? Click on the navigation options on the left hand side to get access to journal article databases, image databases,  Contact me for individualized assistance, Mimmo Bonanni

Top Resources

Ask A Librarian - get help!

Research Consultations - Make an appointment with your subject librarian to get individualized assistance. 

InterLibrary Loan & Document Delivery - Get access to books and articles not owned by ASU or not available online.  

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