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Annual Labriola Book Award with Dr. Valerie Lambert

Annual Labriola Book Award with Dr. Valerie Lambert This November, the Labriola Center hosted Dr. Valerie Lambert to speak about her book that won this year's Annual Labriola Book Award. Photo of Dr. Valerie Lambert presenting her book, Native Agency...

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Labriola Blog: October 2023 Highlights

Highlights from the Labriola Center October's events at the Labriola National American Indian Data Center oscillated around themes of Indigenous identity in academia, which includes the Office of Indian Education's Symposium, Vina Begay's Archive Wednesday, a book talk with Ramona Emerson, and the ...

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Course Resource Services saves students an average of $237 per class

ASU faculty and instructors looking to help students connect to their course materials at no cost can find specialized support at the ASU Library. By working with Course Resource Services (CRS) and using a tool called the Library Resource Organizer integrated within Canvas, instructors can save stud...

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Japanese American family’s history now part of ASU Library archives

A new archival collection donated by a Japanese American family is now part of the ASU Library. The Ohnick Family Papers document the lives and experiences of a Japanese American family living across the American West in the 19th and 20th centuries. Beginning in 1848, the collection includes corres...

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New ASU fund helps researchers publish in open access journals

In response to an increasing focus on open access publishing by research funders, the ASU Open Access Publication Fund has been created to help cover publishing costs for ASU affiliates. The new open access fund is supported by the Office of the University Provost and Knowledge Enterprise, with the...

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Labriola National American Indian Data Center turns 30

On April 1, 1993, the Labriola National American Indian Data Center was created within the Arizona State University Library to serve as a national repository of Native American documents and materials and to provide access to this information through computer databases. Now in its 30th year, the Ind...

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ASU Black Collections symposium reimagines, centers communities in archives

A new archival repository within Arizona State University's Community-Driven Archives (CDA) Initiative will host a two-day hybrid symposium on Thursday, April 20, at Hayden Library on the Tempe campus and Saturday, April 22, at Burton Barr Central Library in downtown Phoenix.  The Black Memory and ...

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ASU Library exhibit honors work of former ASU art professor

In September 2019, Shannon Walker got a phone call from two faculty members in the Arizona State University Art Building. They told Walker there were boxes collecting dust in a storage area, and asked if she wanted to come over and look at what was inside the boxes before they cleared the room out....

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March Mammal Madness tournament celebrates decade of science engagement

The world’s most popular simulated animal tournament is back for another year of exciting matchups. March Mammal Madness, which was established in 2013, celebrated a decade of science education, innovation and impact during a virtual event held on Feb. 16. The event featured Katie Hinde, associate ...