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  1. Anali talks about RefWorks, a bibliographic citation manager which allows you to create a personal database of the references you use for your research. Refworks allows you to import and organize citations from research databases, the libraries catalog and Google Scholar all in one place.

    Refworks also works with Write-N-Cite to help you include your citations as you are writing papers in Microsoft Word.

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  2. 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

    For more information visit ASU Libraries Interlibrary Loan at

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  3. In conjunction with the opening of the Confucius Institute, the ASU Libraries hosted the Confucius Institute Exhibition on the Tempe campus in the Noble Science and Engineering Library. The exhibition contained artifacts from China, as well as display photos and information about Confucius and his influence on Chinese history and culture, and showcased the Sichuan province and its capital city, Chengdu. It also highlighted the importance of the Confucius Institute collaboration between the two universities, featuring Sichuan University and its libraries, and highlighting ASU’s Center for Asian Research. The institute opened on October 22, 2007.

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  4. 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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  5. 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 Traditional Ways of Being: Indigenous Paths of Action and Freedom”

    Taiaiake Alfred is known for his leadership and groundbreaking research in the fields of Indigenous governance, philosophy and history, and also for his incisive social and political criticism. He has been awarded a Canada Research Chair, a National Aboriginal Achievement Award in the field of education, and the Native American Journalists Association award for best column writing.

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