Engagement and Learning Services

What we do

We develop innovative solutions that support the scholarly, instructional and learning goals of the university and our communities.

Leadership

Tomalee Doan

Tomalee Doan
Associate University Librarian

tomalee.doan@asu.edu

Units and services

Work we're passionate about

Students drawing images and "mkrspace" on glass. Links to an article about maker services.

mkrservices

From 3D printing to digital artistry, ASU Library mkrservices provides hands-on experience with equipment and tools that are free to use for ASU students, faculty and staff to inspire learning, creativity and innovation. Supporting a social, collaborative learning environment, mkrservices brings people from all disciplines and backgrounds together to make, learn and share – creating something altogether new in the process.

City rendering created in open source GIS. Links to the Map and Geospatial Hub.

Map and Geospatial Hub

Creating new scholarly journeys is at the heart of ASU Library’s Map and Geospatial Hub, an interdisciplinary unit focused on advancing knowledge creation through increased access to geospatial technologies and cartographic resources. Providing GIS tools, learning programs/workshops and research opportunities, the Map and Geospatial Hub leverages its significant map, data and technology resources to educate and collaborate across ASU communities and beyond.

A visualization of concepts extracted from the journal American Economic Review (1960-2010).  Each point is a concept and each line indicates the concepts are featured together. Blue indicates that the concept appears in more recent articles and red indicates older articles.

Data Science and Analytics

Connecting researchers university-wide in the pursuit of data-driven research, ASU Library's Unit for Data Science and Analytics works with both students and faculty to leverage unique research opportunities that harness the methods and technologies of data science. This unit encompasses a growing community of practitioners and partners from disciplines as diverse as art history and engineering to urban planning and language and literature.