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  • Open access is quickly replacing what many argue is an outdated academic publishing model, dating back to the 17th century when journals were created.

    Referring to peer-reviewed research that is made widely accessible to the public at no cost to the user, open access will be celebrated Oct. 24-28 at Arizona State University, and around the world, as part of Open Access Week, a global event entering its ninth year. 

    In the same way that the music industry has had to adapt to...

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  • The United States Federal Depository documents collection has moved out of the Hayden Library, and is now at Fletcher Library on the West campus. This is the first stage of relocations necessary for what we expect to be a complete and exciting renovation of Hayden Library starting next year. When finished, the new Hayden will be a combination of traditional library and high-tech workspace, with plenty of private and group work and study space for students, a real library worthy of a great...

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  • The library has added a new feature to the ILLIAD interlibrary loan/document delivery system:  text messaging notifications.  Now you can get notified that the article or book you requested is available even faster than before, just by getting a text message on your mobile device.*

    To set up text messaging alerts, log into your ILLIAD account and choose "Change user information" - then provide your mobile number and save.  It's that easy. 

    If you have...

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  • What is it?

    The 2016 Presidential Election Library Guide is a comprehensive and informative guide to everything you need to know about this year’s presidential and congressional elections including how and where to vote as well as in depth, up to date coverage on each candidate.

    Who is it for?

    The guide is for everyone! The guide is especially helpful to ASU affiliates and the general public wishing to stay up to date...

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  • What is it? The Chicano/a Research Collection is an archival repository that preserves Chicano/a and Mexican American history in Arizona and the Southwest. Since 1970, we've compiled a distinguished collection of manuscripts, photographs, books, newspapers, and ephemera. Today, we continue to acquire primary and secondary sources that complement the instructional and research needs of the ASU community and the general...

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