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Resources for Students: Services/Research Help

Research Assistance

Research Consultations

Research Consultations allow you to meet one-on-one with a librarian. You may schedule a consultation in advance, or walk-in from 1:00-5:00 Monday through Thursday afternoons. 

Learn about:

  • The information cycle
  • Focusing your research topic
  • Planning your research strategy
  • Identifying relevant sources of information
  • Finding and evaluating sources efficiently

Who to ask for help

Natasha Jenkins

University College (First Year Experience); College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences; College of Visual & Performing Arts

Monica Hodge

College of Health Sciences (CoHS);

College of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (CSTEM)

Jessica Platt

College of Education

Fagdeba Bakoyema

College of Business Administration

Neil Foulger

Music; History &Political Science

Edna Foxhall

Health Information Management

Raegan Stearns 

Visual Arts; Communications

Ericka Dudley 

Sociology & Criminal Justice

Information Desk

The Information Desk is located on the first floor of the Library. It is the focal service point and provides research and instructional assistance to the University's students, faculty, staff, and local community. The department houses a variety of resources for the Library including: general and specialized encyclopedias, dictionaries, directories, handbooks, indexes, atlases, and bibliographies.

The Information Desk is staffed all hours the Library is open. Reference Staff is available to help users in person, by telephone, and virtually via text, chat and email. To reach the Information Desk please call (334)229-4110.

Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is a service that allows you to borrow materials that are not available in the library such as books, periodical articles etc. ILL requests are made directly through WorldCat.

Montgomery Higher Education Consortium

The Montgomery Higher Education Consortium allows you to have access to all library materials at other institutions in Montgomery. To use this service, ASU students should complete a form and obtain a Consortium sticker from the Information Desk. The other institutions include: Huntingdon College, Faulkner University, Auburn University Montgomery, and Troy University Montgomery. 

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