Hayden 2020 news

ASU student explores virtual reality

Where innovation is our No. 1 goal

  Nowhere is the Hayden Library reinvention more evident than on the third floor – a space where people, ideas and technologies all come together for learning, creation and innovation. The three service centers housed on the third floor of Hayden Library take the ASU community b...

Hayden2020: The Path to the Book Shelves

Hayden Library welcomed the first set of books into the renovated building on Friday, November 22, 2019,   Here's a quick peek into their path from the Dircks moving truck to the shelves. The library's Open Stack Collections staff have carefully planned this move, identifyinig ...

Hayden2020: Student Study Spaces

One of four presentation practice rooms found on the newly renovated Level 2 of Hayden Lib...

Hayden2020: The books are returning

When the books come back to Hayden Library, which is set to re-open this January, they will have a whole new look designed to engage...

Hayden Reinvention: October 2018 Update

The original lobby in transition, with the new elevator shafts visible at the back. ...

Hayden Reinvention: Monthly Update (August 2018)

New openings in the floors on Levels 4 and 3 for the new elevator core. ...

Update on progress - July 2018

We did the monthly walk-through of Hayden Library Tower and surrounds, with great progress on all sides. Almost all demolition is do...

An update on progress

Hayden reinvention The construction fence went up March 5, and ...

Hayden Library 'reinvention' breaks new ground

The Arizona State University community gathered Friday, May 25 to celebrate the progressing transformation of its largest library at a groundbreaking ceremony, where ASU President Michael Crow and University Librarian Jim O'Donnell took a sledgehammer – literally – to old ideas abou...