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Since 2005 the Arizona State University Libraries has been delivering information to our users at their point of need. The Library Channel is a prime example of how the library produces and provides content to our students using latest technologies. Library Channel content includes: original audio and Video podcasts, library news, informational and instruction library programs, lectures, oral histories, and the popular The Library Minute video series. The Library Channel also provides a key m...



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In this episode Daphne Gill (Noble Science and Engineering Library Manager) meets with Child Drama Collection Curator Katherine Krzys and takes a peek into the collection of stage costumes from designer Irene Corey. Irene literally changed the face of costume and makeup design. For over 50 years she designed costumes, sets and makeup for shows as varied as theatre classics to theme park characters. We would not have seen Lion King or Cats on Broadway without her initial animal makeup and...
Topics: theatre, Books, costumes, theater design, children, Barney and Friends, JOB, theatre research,...
Academy-Award winning musician and activist Buffy Sainte-Marie speaks at the Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture and Community. Buffy shares stories from her musical career, grassroots activism, Sesame Street in the 1970's, and being censored by Lyndon Johnson for her stance against the Vietnam War. She talks about the difference in being in opposition with administrations vs. a country and touches on the challenges and importance of education. Sainte-Marie, a...
Topics: native americans, indigenous, civil rights, music, activism, censorship, ASU, language
Dr. Daniel Herman, professor of history at Central Washington University, is the winner of the 5th annual Labriola Center National Book Award for his 2012 book Rim Country Exodus: A Story of Conquest, Renewal, and Race in the Making published by the University of Arizona Press. Dr.Katherine Osburn from the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies interviewed Dr. Herman about his award winning book and writing process in the Labriola Center on April 1, 2013. About the Labriola...
Topics: author, writing, Native Americans, history, ASU
Professor of Music Eckart Sellheim joins guest host Anali Perry and ASU Music Library Head Dr. Christopher Mehrens to discuss the summer 2008 exhibit, “Just the Facs Ma’am: Les Basses Danses of Marguerite of Austria and other music facsimiles from the collections of the ASU Libraries and Professor Sellheim. Facsimiles are books that attempt to recreate the appearance of original manuscripts. They are used by scholars as tools for study or investigation when they do not have access to...
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Welcome to ASU Libraries Hidden Treasures. Each episode of Hidden Treasures explores the artifacts, images, collections and unique gems of the ASU Libraries you didn't even realize were available. This inaugural episode features Instruction Librarian Juliann Couture and Joyce Martin curator of the Labriola National Native American Data Center looking at the center's display of unique Hopi Kachina Dolls. Four of the kachinas were created by artist, carver, and former ASU employee Tony Dukapoo as...
Topics: indigenous, Native Americans, American Indians, Hopi, kachina, art, sculpture, library, librarian,...
The ASU Library Channel presents the tenth installment of The Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community with Ofelia Zepeda on â Legacies of the Tribal Languages of Arizona: Gifts or Responsibilities â Ofelia Zepeda talks about the languages of the tribes of Arizona. As the title suggests Zepeda goes between how language has become both a gift and a responsibility. She interweaves her poetry, adapting it to her discussion as she talks about the chain...
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The ASU Libraries proudly presents fall 2015 installment of The Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community. Dr. Lori Arviso Alvord’s lecture "The Healing Properties of Navajo Ceremonies,” took place on Thursday, Oct. 22, at the Heard Museum in Phoenix. Dr. Alvord spoke of the healing properties of ceremonies and the importance of the mind-body connection both to overall health and to the medical profession. She spoke about the benefits of chant,...
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In this episode Project Archivist Xaviera Flores meets with Chicano/a Research Collection Curator Nancy Godoy and introduces us to a very special collection that is available to the public for the first time: the Alianza Hispano Americana Records Collection . Alianza Hispano Americana was established in 1894 and was the first Mexican American Mutual Aid organization. The main goal of this organization was to provide health and life insurance to the community, and its members also promoted civic...
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Dr. Brenda Child, associate professor of American Studies and American Indian Studies at University of Minnesota, is the winner of the 7th Labriola Center National Book Award for her 2014 book My Grandfather's Knocking Sticks: Ojibwe Family Life and Labor on the Reservation published by Minnesota Historical Society Press.  Dr. Child traveled to the Labriola Center on Monday May 4th to receive her award and discuss her new book. Dr. David Martinez, professor of American Indian Studies at ASU,...
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In another Library Minute Anali Perry explains the benefits of ASU's Ask a Librarian service. Ask a Librarian offers four ways to contact a librarian: Chat, email, phone, and in person. For more information visit ASU Ask a Librarian . For technical help with library systems contact our helpdesk . The Library Minute is a weekly program telling you about the resources and services at all of the ASU Libraries in one minute.
Topics: library, libraries librarian, reference services, ASU, Arizona State University, students, research
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Get the worldâs knowledge at your fingertips even if we donât have what you are looking for. ASU Librariesâ team of information specialists get you the information you need as fast as possible.
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On Monday April 21st 2014, ASU’s Dr. Donald Fixico interviewed Labriola Center American Indian National Book Award winner Dr. Andrew Graybill about his book The Red and the White: A Family Saga of the American West.   Dr. Andrew Graybill is associate professor of history at Southern Methodist University and director of the William P. Clements Center for Southwest Studies.  Dr. Donald Fixico is Distinguished Foundation Professor of History at Arizona State University. About the book:...
Topics: indigenous, ASU, Native Americans, Piegan Indians, libraries, special collections, history
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Transfer students from multiple disciplines discuss their experiences working with the ASU Libraries. They explain the benefits of working with their subject specialist and all the resources available to them.
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We interrupt our regularly scheduled Library Minute to bring you this special report about stolen items in the libraries and how only you can prevent forest fires (whoops strike that)... the loss of your "stuff." Unfortunately there are unscrupulous people out there who take things who don't belong to them, even in libraries. Please keep an eye on your belongings at all times.
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In this very special episode of the Library Minute, Anali addresses the important issue of security for all of your mobile devices.  In order to guard against theft, tampering and other devious activities of your personal information, it is imperative to employ the 3 Ps of mobile security:  use PINs, Passwords, or Patterns to secure your device.  Yes, it can be a pain to use a password every time you want to use your phone, but as Anali says, it's better to be annoyed than have someone...
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In this Installment of the Library Minute learn about the new mobile version of our web site. Do you have an iPhone, iPod Touch, Android, Blackberry or other mobile device? Now you can take the ASU Libraries wherever you go. Reserve a book, check computer availability, or get directions to one of our locations no matter where you are. Add YouTube Video Here Features include: Mobile specific hours and staff directory displays Search the catalog , Library One Search , LibGuides, and Google...
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As the fall semester gets revved up, ASU libraries want to make sure your year runs smoothly. So here are three tips to give you a jump start. The Library website is your pitstop for research, information about library locations and hours and the collections and services we have just for you. You can park yourself at the study spaces we have available at all of our libraries that support both individual and group work. If you hit a bump in the road our ask-a-librarian service connects you with...
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In this episode of the Library Minute, Anali gives you the introductory course to the ASU Libraries. The primer begins with locations, online access and hours. You'll then hear about the private and group study spaces and all the cool stuff you can check out. To make sure you don't get stuck she'll introduce you to our Ask a Librarian chat service and our specialized, hand-picked library guides for your class or subject area. All of this is available at  http://lib.asu.edu
Topics: libraries, library, students, books, videos, learning, education, tutorials
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This presentation was originally hosted on Google Video. The ASU Libraries are presenting it here in order to maintain access to culturally relevant material. On Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2006 the two Navajo Nation presidential candidates â current President Joe Shirley, Jr., and Lynda Lovejoy â participated in a moderated discussion with questions from four panelist and additional audience questions. Hosted by: Phoenix Indian Center, Arizona State University American Indian Policy and Leadership...
Topics: indigenous, Native Americans, politics, Navajo, Arizona, New Mexico, American Indians
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Anali Perry highlights the benefits of joining the ASU Library Student Advisory Committee which allows students to talk directly to the libraries administration to provide input and ideas about library resources and services.
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The Library Minute: Checking Out Books with Anali an easy peasy recipe for successful research at ASU Libraries! Anali gives you the scoop on finding, checking out, and returning one of our 4 million library books. She shows you how the location and request links work; explains the grace period; and how to recall items Facts: No limit on books, just as many as you can carry. 30 day grace period in addition to normal checkout. Use your Sun Card at the desk or one of our express machines. You can...
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A glimpse into the ASU Labriola National American Indian Data Center highlighting the center's collections, services and partnerships. The Labriola Center is expanding its community involvement and partnerships through such activities as the Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture and Community and the newly established Labriola Center American Indian National Book Award. Important new programs such as collecting contemporary film and video are critical to meet...
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In this episode Government Documents Specialist Lindsay O'Neill talks with Government Information Librarian Dan Stanton about The Federal Depository and State Documents Collections at the ASU Libraries. For over 200 years the United States makes government information available to its citizens through the Federal Depository Library Program, a network of over 1200 libraries.  Arizona State University has been a depository library since 1944, and also has publications from the Arizona State...
Topics: government information, United States Government, libraries, librarians, education, research
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LEROY LITTLE BEAR, Head of the SEED Graduate Institute, former Director of the American Indian Program at Harvard University and Professor Emeritus of Native Studies at the University of Lethbridge delivers the Spring 2011 Simon Oritz and Labriola Lecture "FOR ALBERT EINSTEIN, the business of science is 'reality'. The reality brought about by modern science is largely based on Western paradigms. Western paradigmatic views of science are largely about measurement using Western mathematics....
Topics: library, Native Americans, indigenous, ASU, podcast, American Indians, science, philosophy
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ASU Libraries instruction session to librarians about citation analysis
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Anali Perry talks about four things you need to know about printing at the ASU Libraries. Information covers ASU Sun Cards, library print station locations, thinking green, and printing from your laptop.
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Redefining Indigenous Perspectives Through Art and Dialogue with Bob Haozous Sculptor Bob Haozous discusses his life and art at the 9th Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community About the speaker: Bob Haozous was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1943 to Allan Houser (Chiricahua Apache) and Anna Marie Callegos (Navajo/English/Spanish). He grew up in northern Utah, where his parents were teachers at the Inter Mountain Indian School in Brigham City. Haozous...
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Welcome to our new series: The Library Minute! ASU Librarian Anali Perry will be the host each week and will highlight services, resources, and helpful tidbits about the ASU Libraries, in 60 seconds or less. In our first Library Minute Anali tells us all about the study zones at our libraries. With finals just around the corner, this week's episode focuses on Study Zones at ASU Libraries to help with your studying needs. Zones include: * Green zones are Common study zones, found on the entrance...
Topics: ASU, students, study, library, services, resources, education, higher learning, Arizona State...
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There's more to online learning than taking classes in your pajamas. Learn about the top resources that are available for online students from the ASU Libraries without ever leaving the comfort of your desktop or couch! ASU Libraries Top 5 Resources for Online Students: eBooks Tutorials Libguides | Libguide for Online Programs Ask a Librarian Starring Librarian Anali Perry The Library Minute is produced for the ASU Library Channel Additional Footage: Design for Dreaming Back To The Future I and...
Topics: ASU, education, online learning, ebooks, libraries, librarian, students
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Spring 2006 Arizona University Libraries Consortium Meeting, Tempe, Arizona On Friday, February 17th, the ASU Libraries hosted the twice-yearly ARIZONA UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES CONSORTIUM meeting. This year’s highlight was also the way the attendees started their day: the Student Panel: “Academic Libraries in Transition: Here’s What Students Have to Say”. Five students from various academic levels and backgrounds came together and were engaged as a panel by moderator JoAnn Mulvihill....
Topics: higher education, information science, learning, study skills, pedagogy, information technology
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Have you ever found the perfect book or article for your research paper only to discover the ASU Libraries do not have it? Fear not! Anali Perry will explain how Interlibrary Loan can get that article or book for you from libraries all over the world
Topics: ILL, interlibrary loan, libraries, research, ASU, Arizona State University, borrowing
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Make a trip over to the Hayden Library and check out this cool exhibit of the artist Allen A. Dutton presented by the Arizona Historical Foundation . The exhibit is on the 4th floor of the Hayden Library, ASU Tempe campus and runs until December 2011. And check the ASU Libraries podcast on the exhibit Allen Dutton: A Retrospective with Arizona Historical Foundation Photo Preservationist Rebekah Tabah and ASU Libraries own Fred McIlvain.
Topics: ASU, Arizona, history, photography, painting, exhibits
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Anali Perry shows you how to beat the heat this summer with fun and relaxing things you can do at the libraries like grab a cold drink and a snack, watch a movie, surf the web, and more. The Library Minute is a Library Channel presentation produced by ASU Libraries
Topics: ASU, Arizona State University, libraries, library, students, education, college, movies, cafe,...
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Jodie Milam talks with Fred McIlvain about the outstanding suite of services and extraordinary customer service provided by ADA Services at the Hayden Library on the ASU Tempe campus. Fred and Jodie talk about the software, hardware, modified workstations, and services at the different campus library locations. They also define what constitutes a disability.
Topics: ASU, ADA, disability, library, libraries, librarian, Arizona State University, Americans with...
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Great news for all you book lovers out there. If you have a book collection of any kind, it could earn you money! In this week's Library Minute Anali tells us all about the ASU Libraries Student Book Collection Contest , which awards cash prizes to undergraduate and graduate student collectors. The deadline for the 2010 contest is February 18 : Enter today! More information: ASU Libraries Student Book Collecting Contest
Topics: ASU, Arizona State University, library, contest, collecting, prizes, students, money
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Need to write a paper and you can just Google it? Sooner or later it will happen to you. You're going to have to write a paper using an academic or scholarly source. Take a minute as librarian Anali Perry explains who writes these academic articles and where to find them. Learn more about different article types with our tutorials: http://lib.asu.edu/tutorials#articles Brought to you by the ASU Library Channel: http://lib.asu.edu/librarychannel
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A panel of experts discusses the significance, utility and preservation of the Donald C. Johanson/Institute for Human Origins Collection. This archival collection documents the career of one of the most important field scientists of the 20th century and the founding and development of the  Institute of Human Origins (IHO) .    Panelists describe the results of the recent collection survey completed by Stephanie Crowe, the nature of collecting and collections, museum preservation concerns,...
Topics: anthropology, evolution, paeleoanthropology, ASU, Africa, Ethiopia, archives, libraries
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Learn about the musical databases streaming right to your desktop to help you get through your studying crunch. Explore your favorites and discover new musical traditions from folk to jazz and classical music. Create playlists and download tracks not available from your everyday internet radio station. Hosted by Anali Perry http://lib.asu.edu/librarychannel http://libguides.asu.edu
Topics: streaming music, ASU, Arizona State University, libraries, librarian, Naxos, American Song Index,...
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The Library Channel is proud to present the Second installment of the Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community , sponsored by ASU American Indian Studies Program , ASU Department of English , ASU American Indian Policy Institute , ASU Labriola Center , and the Heard Museum . Recorded on October 2, 2008 at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Wilma Mankiller, former principal chief of the Cherokee Nation and internationally known Native rights activist talks...
Topics: library, native americans, indigenous, ASU, podcast, Cherokee, activism
Second keynote Speaker at The Transborder Library Forum 2007 held at Arizona State University. Dennis S. Karjala, the Jack E. Brown Professor of Law at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, considers the basic notion of "intellectual property" and problems with its legal protection: * Why too much protection is a bad idea * Why enforcement is sometimes difficult * Why the scope and duration of intellectual property rights are limited in comparison with...
Topics: government, digital repositories, Digital Millennium Copyright Act, publishing, transborder
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The Library Channel is pleased to present the eighth installment of The Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community with Tribal Land Claims: A Generation of Federal Indian Law on the Edge . Attorney Arlinda Locklear demonstrates how attorneys for tribes have used the doctrine of discovery or federal common law to assert claims in tribal land claim cases. She lays out the history of the Oneida land claim case against the state of New York beginning in 1784...
Topics: indigenous, Native Americans, politics, Oneida, New York, American Indians, law, supreme court,...
A glimpse into the ASU Labriola National American Indian Data Center highlighting the center's collections, services and partnerships.
The Library Channel is proud to present a lecture from the first installment of a new ASU Indigenous speaker series, the Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community, featuring Dr. Ned Blackhawk talking about his new book Violence over the Land: Indians and Empires in the Early American West published by Harvard University Press. Winner of the 2007 Frederick Jackson Turner Award and the 2006 William P. Clements Prize for the Best Non-Fiction Book on...
Topic: Indians of North America, Great Basin, history, Heard Museum, ASU, library
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Promotional Video for an ASU Libraries exhibit in 2005 showcasing a 10,000 volume donation of Jewish books to the libraries.  Original Description 7/26/2004: Exhibit highlights 10,000-volume donation to ASU Library Edward Zipperstein, a well-known CPA who wrote his doctoral dissertation on business ethics in Jewish Law and published six volumes of essays, articles and monographs, holds numerous advanced degrees in philosophy, business administration and law. “His library was used as his...
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Professor Sarah Deer, Professor of Law at Mitchell Hamline School of Law Professor, winner of the 8th Labriola Center National Book Award for her book The Beginning and End of Rape: Confronting Sexual Violence in Native America, traveled to the Labriola Center on May 2, 2016 to receive her award and discussed the book. Dr. David Martinez, professor of American Indian Studies at ASU, interviewed Professor Sarah Deer about her early work with rape survivors (including Haskell University...
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ASU's University Technology Officer Adrian Sannier talks to the University Libraries about IT's new Technology Strategy, the four core elements of the strategy, and the University Libraries central role in the strategy. In part one of our three part series, Sannier describes how the current, ânear followerâ technology strategy needs to be challenged. The university, as a vertically integrated industry, needs to let go of technologies it helped to create, and look outside the university to...
Topics: education, technology, innovation, Amazon, ASU, Arizona, libraries, students
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Dr. K. Laiana Wong looks at language revitalization from both academic and personal perspectives of the Hawaiian language. He centers on promoting an intergenerational transfer of the zeal that drives language revitalization movements and sustainability. Biosketch I have three children and two grandchildren who are being raised in Hawaiian. I also teach Hawaiian at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. I have dedicated both my personal and professional efforts over the past twenty-plus years to...
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Anali Perry gives you Facts about the ASU Libraries: We have 8 libraries on 4 campuses. Books, journals and databases are accessible from any location. 33,000 electronics journals and 300 research databases accessible from anywhere at anytime. We have 65,000 sound recordings on CD, cassette, and vinyl. The libraries also have VHS, DVD, and laser discs for checkout.
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Any time you need the library, you can visit us online. Anali gives you a quick tour of the library website, Library One Search, MyASU interface, the ASU Libraries custom toolbar, and access to our subject librarians who will give your personalized help for every class and research project you have. The ASU Libraries online is always open. http://lib.asu.edu Install the toolbar! h
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New services at ASU Libraries
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In this Library Minute we are going to introduce you to some new tools we are rolling out this fall. Learn about the the New ASU Libraries' toolbar , RefMobile , and how to use our express checkout machines! Take a minute and get ahead of your game! View all the Library Minutes on YouTube ! The Library Minute is Hosted by Anali Perry.
Topics: ASU, Arizona State University, libraries, librarian, RefWorks, RefMobile, checking out books
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ASU Libraries Instruction Session on Copyright
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Arizona State University Professor of History T.J. Davis speaks on the history of Voting Rights for Constitution Day 2013. Recorded at the ASU Libraries' Hayden Library in Tempe, AZ on September 17th, 2013.   More information at libguides.asu.edu/ConstitutionDay
Topics: government, U.S. Constitution, Constitution Day, history
The Library Channel is proud to present the third installment of the Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community , sponsored by ASU American Indian Studies Program , ASU Department of English , ASU American Indian Policy Institute , ASU Labriola Center , and the Heard Museum . Recorded March 23, 2009 at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, University of Victoria Professor of Indigenous Governance Gerald Taiaiake Alfred talks about the " Resurgence of...
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Have a paper to write but don't know where to start? Try Library One Search ! Using one simple search box, you can look for most library resources including millions of books, journals, full text articles, sound recordings, videos and maps - all owned by the ASU Libraries. In this Library Minute, Anali introduces how Library One Search provides one place to search for topics that span multiple disciplines, instead of hunting down specific research databases. This gives you more time to work on...
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Anali takes a minute to talk about the free library workshops for ASU faculty staff and students that cover a variety of topics on all four campuses. No reservations required!
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In this week's Library Minute, Anali gives us the lowdown on Constitution Day, provides interesting facts about the Constitution and invites all ASU students, faculty and staff to join in the public reading of the Constitution ( ASU Reads the Constitution ) to mark this year's Constitution Day on Thursday September 17, 2009 . Event Details: Date : Thursday September 17 Time : 11:30am-1:00pm Location : On the stage in between the Hayden Library and Memorial Union, on the Tempe campus View all...
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Lecture Summary Director of the Navajo Nation Museum, Mr. Wheeler spoke about how he and his wife Dr. Jennifer Wheeler came up with the idea to dub a film into Navajo. Mr. Wheeler spoke about the process of dubbing both Star Wars and Finding Nemo into Navajo, working with the film studios for permissions, translating the scripts, hiring the actors, and dubbing the voices. His talk includes video clips from both films, and the Labriola Center has both Star Wars and Finding Nemo in Navajo in...
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The Library Channel is premiering a new series which will "Spotlight" key research resources available to the ASU community. Our first resource to spotlight is "Google Scholar" - a valuable tool to locate many types of academic research. Google Scholar is a great resource for finding many academic materials such as books, journals articles, and even university websites. The tool is especially useful if your search is multidisciplinary. The program will show you what's...
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This week librarian Anali Perry shares with us the secret to finding links to full text articles in the libraries research databases. Handy tips for this time of year when you need to get to journal articles fast! Produced by The Library Channel a service of the ASU Libraries
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The libraries want to keep you up-to-date on all our new services and resources, but communications go both ways. We want to know what YOU want from your library. Take a minute and let Anali show you all the ways you can connect with the libraries. Visit, connect, and make suggestion in person with your subject librarians, at our location service desks,or at any of our online portals: Ask a Librarian ASU Libraries on Twitter ASU Libraries on Facebook Online Suggestion Box We are never far way....
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Anali Perry introduces you to the ASU Libraries' Libguides, resources handpicked by our subject librarians covering a wide variety of subjects and courses taught at Arizona State University. Visit the ASU Subject and Course Guides page to access our Libguides.
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Tammy Allgood interviews John Risseuw and Dan Mayer of the Pyracantha Press, a book arts press at ASU that provides collaboration between artists and writers.
ASU Libraries presents  Dr. Catherine Kaplan , Assistant Professor of History, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences in "Rebirth of a Nation: Origins and Ratification of the Constitution" Catherine Kaplan focuses on the early national period of U.S. history. Her forthcoming first book,  We, the Readers: Culture, Community, and Dissent in the New Nation, 1790–1812 , explores the importance of conceptions of masculinity to literary and political communities during the formative years...
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Host Anali Perry brings you the one and only, amazing, Get It @ ASU ! This incredible resource connects you to anything you need for your research: articles, journals, books. Sometimes it'll help you get what you need online, sometimes it'll help you get what you need in your hands. And best of all, it's FREE! More information: Get It @ ASU - FAQ The Library Minute is hosted by Anali Perry.
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The Library Channel Presents: Get to know the People @ Your Library - Dennis Isbell Meet Humanities and Fine Arts Librarian Dennis Isbell who works at the Fletcher Library on the ASU West campus. If you're at the library and need help, ask!
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Take a minute a let Anali tell you about some of the great features of EBSCOhost Academic Search™ Premier. Don't know what it is? Academic Search™ Premier is a research database of indexes and abstracts for over 8,450 journals, with fast access to the full text when you need results now. It is a great place to start your research from a wide variety of subjects. You can also directly export your citations into your favorite bibliographic management software. The Library Minute is hosted by...
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Take a minute with librarian Anali Perry to learn about the great online tutorials from ASU Libraries. Available wherever you are and whenever you need them. From basic to advanced lessons, we have you covered. Check them out at The ASU Libraries online tutorials Page .
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At the ASU Libraries you'll find comfy chairs, laptop mediascapes, cafes, and even librarians to help with your studies. Our libraries have lots of different study spaces Where you can focus and get your work done. We can provide a coffee shop atmosphere or a traditional library setting. We have comfy chairs, mobile white boards, private study carrels and rooms, free Wi-Fi, cafes, and laptop mediascapes. And don't forget our helpful librarians to help you with all your research needs! The...
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The libraries are more than just research. Checkout the fun and relaxing things you can do at the libraries like grabbing a snack, playing games, watching movies, catching an exhibit, checking out a Culture Pass and much, much more. Don't let the semester pressure get you down. Simmer down in the libraries! The Library Minute is presented by Anali Perry
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The Library Channel presents a special three-part video series from FORO 2007: The Transborder Library Forum held this year at Arizona State University. Part 1: Janice R. Lachance, Special Libraries Association CEO, a member of the US delegation to the World Summit on the Information Society 2005 and the UN Internet Governance Forum 2006 , discusses her role with the SLA and the role technology and the Internet play in a global library network. FORO began in 1989 at a local Arizona library...
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Watchdogs or Lapdogs?  The Role of a Free Press and the First Amendment ASU Libraries Presents Dr. Joseph Russomanno, Associate Professor of Journalism, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Joseph Russomanno focuses on the First Amendment, press freedom theory and mass communication law. His research includes the historical development of free expression and its philosophical roots. He has authored several articles and books, including Speaking Our Minds: Conversations...
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On Monday April 21st 2014, ASU's Dr. Donald Fixico interviewed Labriola Center American Indian National Book Award winner Dr. Andrew Graybill about his book The Red and the White: A Family Saga of the American West .  About the book: Award-winning western historian Andrew R. Graybill sheds light on the overlooked interracial Native-white relationships critical in the development of the trans-Mississippi West in this multigenerational saga. Beginning in 1844 with the marriage of Montana fur...
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The ASU Library Channel presents the thirteenth installment of The Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community with Heads Above Grass, Provocative Native American Public Art and Studio Practice by artist Edgar Heap of Birds. Professor of Native American studies at the University of Oklahoma, Edgar Heap of Birds describes his lecture as one spanning many different generations of time, and space, and culture, coming from Oklahoma, and going outward...
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ASU Libraries Presents Dr. Catherine O'Grady, Professor of Law and Executive Director, Clinical Program, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law. Professor O’Grady is the Executive Director of Clinical Programs for the College of Law, and she oversees the College’s seven clinical offerings. She regularly teaches Civil Procedure, Civil Justice Clinic, the Practice of Law in a Digital Era, and an upper-class seminar on the United States Supreme Court. She regularly appears as a legal commentator...
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