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Library News - Hayden Library

  • What is it?   Sage Research Methods is an online tool to help researchers, faculty and students with their research projects.

    Who is it for?  

    Undergraduate students, Graduate students, and Faculty who are planning research projects;

    Instructors who are teaching research methods courses.  

    It is especially focused on the social sciences, although researchers in a variety of...

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  • Archives and Special Collections announces our new Publication & Creative Services! These new services enable us to more effectively facilitate your creativity and  value your entrepreneurship. Specifically:

    We have discontinued the practice of charging commercial use fees for profitable applications of our materials. We still offer duplication services, although we anticipate your demand for those services will decrease as we put more high quality materials... Continue Reading
  • Whether you’re on campus or online @ASULibraries want to see how you #KeepItCoolASU!  Post photos showing us how you start your semester  on Instagram, Twitter, or on our Facebook page using our #KeepItCoolASU on August 20th-24th.  You'll then be entered to win one of our prize packages full of ASU gear!

    The Fine Print:  Only current ASU students eligible for prizes.

News & Events - Hayden Library

EventLatino Genealogy & Preservation of Family Archives Workshop
Date: Thursday October 8
Time: 6:00-7:30pm
Location:  Hayden Library, C41

Event:  Reception to Honor Navajo Nation Poet Laureate Laura Tohe

Date:  Wednesday September 30

Time:  10:30am

Location:  Labriola Center, Hayden Library, 2nd Floor

Event:  Poetry Reading & Opening of "Write Now" Exhibition: ASU Creative Writing 30th Anniversary Celebration

Date:  Thursday October 1

Time:  7:15pm - 9:00pm

Location:  Hayden Library, Upper Concourse

Event:  Exclusive Pre-Screeening of the film, "Rising Voices Hótȟaŋiŋpi : Revitilizing the Lakota Language"

Date:  Thursday October 1

Time:  6:30pm

Location:  Hayden Library, Room C6, Upper Concourse