Q. How can I access materials from the Labriola Center?


Answer


***COVID-19 update*** 

ASU Library, including the Labriola National American Indian Data Center, is open for remote services only as part of the ASU Library COVID-19 response. Our Labriola Center staff and resources are still available.

  • Here is our a link to our COVID-19 Resources for Indigenous Peoples library guide with important links to community and library resources.
  • Labriola Center staff are available to provide online assistance through Ask a Librarian chat services at the following times:​
    • Monday-Thursday: 3–5 p.m.
    • Friday: 34 p.m.
  • ​​​Requests for archival materials from the Labriola Center collection may be submitted online any time through Ask an Archivist.   
    • Our staff will respond to those requests Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Labriola locations prior to the COVID-19 response:

  • ASU Tempe campus at Hayden Library:
    • Access to the Labriola Center's archival materials was facilitated, by appointment, through the Distinctive Collections Wurzburger Reading Room on Level One (rm.138).
    • The Labriola Center's Open Stack/Circulating Collection, featuring the works of Indigenous authors and speakers, was located on Level 2 in the Center's Student Study Area.
  • ASU West campus at Fletcher Library:
    • Located on Level 3 (room 305).​​

We look forward to serving your needs through our Remote Services!