Learn how to identify unreliable information sources on the Internet and how to evaluate information for credibility.
When the need for education in San Angelo’s African American community became reality, Lula Hammond fought a long battle that successfully resulted in the first black elementary school in the city.
This election year is all about making history. Through Films on Demand, the Library makes videos available for viewing for those wanting to “learn more about it”.
Burdened by debt and working while in school, “Nearly 66% of students have opted out of buying a textbook due to cost.”
A professor at Georgia State University shares his thoughts on how students can succeed in higher education.
The Library of Congress added two Walt Whitman Collections to its Website and announces digital release of its most significant Whitman collection coming soon.
Suzanne Campbell of the West Texas Collection, has a personal tie to August 6, 1945, the day that the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan.
This morning, as the Library opened for the start of Summer I, we celebrated a milestone marking the number of patrons who have come through our doors.
- Historical New York Times (1851-2010) database.
In preparation for Final Exams, the Library created additional study spaces for students. Below is a floor-by-floor list of both quiet and group study areas.
Membership in TexShare allows the Porter Henderson Library to provide students, staff, and faculty access to more databases at a significantly reduced cost.
The popular Samoyed therapy dogs are returning to the ASU Library on May 3 and 4.
Final exams are right around the corner. Get a jump start on your studies by reserving a Group Study Room in the Library.