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Portrait of Agnes Smedley

Agnes Smedley exhibit opens in China

Most Americans, today, might not recognize the name Agnes Smedley. That’s because the American journalist made a name for herself i...

Text on white background that reads, "We stand with the Black community of ASU and Arizona and we will continue to support individuals as they speak their truth and document their stories of resiliency and acts of racism against marginalized communities across the state. We see you, we hear you, and you matter."

Preserving history, telling stories: in the service of justice and equity

June 3, 2020 With the recent senseless killings of Black people across this country including George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna ...

Sign on West campus that reads "Arizona State University"

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...

Nancy Godoy poses for a portrait in front of a bookshelf in Hayden Library

ASU archivist named 2020 'Mover & Shaker'

Nancy Godoy, Associate Archivist of the ASU Library's Chicano/a Research Collection and leader of Community-Driven Archives Initiati...

Tips for moving a class online

As stay-at-home orders swept the globe last month, an abundance of free resources quickly emerged, available for teachers moving to online learning, parents looking to educate their children at home and adults seeking alternative ways to continue their learning and education. For t...

3D printed parts for face masks and shields are scattered across a table in the Hayden Library Makerspace

Library's Makerspace tackles a new challenge: COVID-19

While Hayden Library has been quieter these days, the library’s 3D printers have been humming all week – thanks to Victor Surovec an...

student working at a computer

ASU For You offers publicly accessible learning tools

During the current crisis, Arizona State University is doing everything it can to guarantee access to high quality digital tools and...

ASU student walking into Hayden Library

Dear students

Photo of Hayden Library by Jarod Opperman Dear students, By no...

Got questions? Librarians are standing by

During the current crisis, the ASU Library's online chat service Ask a Librarian has extended its hours: Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m.-9 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For any questions related to the library, research, library collections and other archival materials, Ask A L...