Design and the Arts Library news

New Design-Justice Collection highlights underrepresented voices in design

The new Design Justice-Diversity Collection at the Design and the Arts Library is dedicated to curating an equitable and accessible collection of resources in service of our diverse learning community. Read more about the exciting launch of this new collection. ...

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ASU Library welcomes you to Spring 2022! Here's what you need to know

Welcome! All of our libraries are open for the Spring 2022 semester.  In order to support the health and success of the entire AS...

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What to expect at the library over summer session

Photo by Deanna Dent The ASU Library remains committed to sup...

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Finals week: You've got this

Finals week is almost here and we know you might need every bit of help the ASU Library can offer, which is why we want to remind you of some of the extraordinary resources you have access to through the ASU Library. ...

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Libraries to re-open with new hours, ASU-only access

Arizona State University is set to resume on-campus, in-person classes on August 20, 2020. In preparation, the ASU Library has begun...

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ASU Library open for remote services

The ASU Library is open for remote services only during summer sessions A, B and C.  For questions related to the library, research...

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Introducing NatureMaker

A new library resource has landed at The Biomimicry Center at ASU with the goal of supporting and inspiring sustainable thinking and...