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As you develop your ideas, make the most of what is available to you. The ASU Library is home to six nationally and internationally renowned research collections, several research data centers and specialized support.

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Discover resources

Find a wide variety of primary resources to support your teaching and research. ASU Library’s collections include digital documents, images, data, and other primary sources along with millions of documents available for use.

Connect with a dedicated librarian, curator or archivist who can guide you to collection materials, key and emerging resources for your discipline, and advanced search strategies.

Literature and systematic review strategies

Contact us to schedule a research consultation with our interdisciplinary liaison librarians for assistance with:

  • defining the scope of your literature review
  • evaluating sources for inclusion and exclusion criteria
  • extending the breadth or depth of your review with advanced search strategies

Centers

ASU Library Director of Data Science and Analytics, Michael Simeone, speaks to three students in front of a whiteboard during an open lab session at Hayden Library.

Data Science and Analytics

The Data Science and Analytics unit leverages machine learning, data analytics, visual storytelling, network analysis, and text and data mining.

Email: datascience@asu.edu

ASU Library Director of Maps, Imagery, and Geospatial Services, Matthew Toro, and Collections Maintenance Specialist, Eric Friesenhahn, point at two geospatial visualizations.

Map and Geospatial Hub

The Map and Geospatial Hub is a resource center for geospatial data, maps, imagery, and related geographic information systems (GIS) tools.

Email: mapgeo@asu.edu
Service Requests

ASU Library Makerspace Program Coordinator, Victor Surovec, works with three students on a self-balancing single wheel scooter prototype in the makerspace.

mkrservices

The library’s mkrservices provide hands-on experience with equipment and tools for all disciplines and backgrounds to inspire creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship.

Phone: (480) 965-4619
Email: mkr.services@asu.edu

Crumbling red brick ruins of an archaeological dwelling at the bottom of a desert cliff.

The Digital Archaeological Record (tDAR)

tDAR, the Digital Archaeological Record, is a domain repository that provides new and innovative ways of finding, preserving, and using archaeological data.

Phone: (480) 965-1369
Email: comments@tdar.org