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ASU Library hosts inaugural data science conference

The data science field is rapidly expanding, but is often driven by the private sector, which monetizes data. On Wednesday, June 8, nearly 50 people from three dozen academic institutions across the country virtually attended the inaugural meeting of data science in libraries, host...

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What’s happening at the library this summer

Taking a summer session class or looking for a new book to read? The ASU Library is open and here for you.  Find your library With eight libraries across four campuses, discover your campus library. Now that summer session hours are in place, be sure to check library hours before ...

Sowing Doubt: Parler

Sowing Doubt: Anti-“Big Tech” Narratives, Parler, and the Alt-Tech Attention Economy

By  Michael Simeone  and Shawn Walker June 1, 2022 It was the spring of 2020, and the presidential election was only a few months away when Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) decided to gamble big on an all-out political offensive. From the start of the 2020 presidential election cycle, the...

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'Print and Ink' exhibit features Chicano, Indigenous artists

In collaboration with CALACA Cultural Center, the ASU Library announces the opening of a new exhibit at the Vault Gallery. “Print and Ink: Expressions through Images” features artists drawing upon Chicano and Indigenous life experiences, cultural expressions and identities. ...

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