What we do
We develop high quality user-focused and inclusive research and learning collections for our communities, guided by institutional mission and priorities.
Associate University Librarian
Units and services
- Acquisitions and Metadata
- Community Driven Archives
- Labriola National American Indian Data Center
- Library Analytics
- Licensed Collections
- Open Collections Curation and Access
Work we're passionate about
Future of Print
The need to develop new design strategies around print curation in the 21st-century academic library is driving ASU Library’s Future of Print initiative, with grant support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. With the aim to engage users in meaningful dialogues with print resources in an increasingly digital era, ASU Library is charting a new, sustainable course for libraries looking to maximize library spaces and the impact of its print collections.
The stories and influence of Latino, African-American, Asian-American and LGBT communities in Arizona are underrepresented in the state’s archival history. Under a new three-year project, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, ASU Library aims to develop and expand community-driven collections, in an effort to preserve and improve Arizona’s archives and give voice to historically marginalized communities.
University Archives acquires, preserves and makes accessible the permanently valuable records of Arizona State University and the personal archives of its officers, faculty, staff, students and alumni. Archives also coordinates the university Records Management compliance program.