Welcome to spring 2024

Published Jan. 05, 2024
Updated Feb. 09, 2024

Happy New Year, Sun Devils! Welcome to 2024 and a new semester beginning January 8, 2024. Whether you are new to ASU or ready to graduate, here are five library goals to start the new year.

Power up your research skills

Do you want to improve your skills when searching for research articles? Or learn how to develop a strong research question? ASU Library offers dozens of tutorials for you that cover everything from citing sources to copyright and fair use. Check out the Introduction to the ASU Library or Developing a Research Question.

Contact Ask a Librarian for help

Get your questions answered via chat, text, email or phone. If you are lost or confused, or just don’t know where to start, Ask a Librarian can connect you with library professionals who are standing by to help you.

Study at a different library

Two students sitting around a table looking at a laptop with the Makerspace 3D printers in the background
Makerspace at Hayden Library on the Tempe campus.

Did you know there is a Music Library with vinyl collections you can check out? Make time to visit a new library this semester For overnight studying during the semester, Noble Library is your open overnight 24 hours a day, five days a week. Check library hours.

Explore a library guide

Library guides are your go-to resource for specific subjects or courses. From, reviewing citation styles to browsing the zine collection, and understanding open access to learning about patents, there is a library guide to help you dive deeper into many topics.

Activate your free digital subscriptions

ASU students, faculty and staff receive free digital subscriptions to the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. Activate your subscriptions today to get access to the latest news, recipes and stories from around the world.

Discover more services

There is more to discover at the ASU Library. From looking at historic materials in the archives to 3D printing in the Makerspace to browsing Sun Devil Reads and visiting the Labriola National American Indian Data Center’s new space, take time to explore the many services and departments available to help you succeed. And if you need help, we’re here for you.