Institutions

Arizona State University

Hayden Library at Arizona State University

ASU Library provides students and faculty access to millions of information resources, world-class collections, outstanding study spaces, advanced data centers and a suite of creative maker services, including 3D printing/scanning, video/audio production and augmented reality. It is home to nine library facilities across five ASU campus locations.

Hayden Library, which sits at the center of ASU’s Tempe campus, is the largest and most visited library facility at Arizona State University, receiving more than 1.5 million visitors each year.

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Three measures track library usage at Arizona State University: number of volumes, gate count and number of times books are checked out. A look at community demographics is helpful toward library renovation discussions. 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Hayden Library at Massachusetts Institute of TechnologySupporting teaching, learning, research and innovation at MIT and globally, MIT Libraries connect faculty and students to the best scholarly information available from wherever they are. Expert staff, state-of-the-art technologies and abundant resources serve every part of MIT, bridging disciplines and technologies across campus.

MIT’s Hayden Library, located along the Charles River, is home to the Humanities and Science collections. It also boasts some of the best spaces on campus for studying.

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Three measures track library usage at Massachusetts Institute of Technology: number of volumes, gate count and number of times books are checked out. A look at community demographics is helpful toward library renovation discussions.