The Labriola National American Indian Data Center invites ASU students to an informal gathering to share their ideas and thoughts about which books, authors, genres and resources they would like to see included in the Labriola Center's circulating print collections, coming to Hayden Library in spring 2020.
International in scope, the Labriola Center brings together the current and historical work of Indigenous authors across a multitude of disciplines, and features thousands of books, journals, Native Nation newspapers and primary source materials, such as photographs, oral histories and manuscript collections.
When Hayden Library re-opens for the spring 2020 semester, it will feature circulating print collections that have been selected and curated, in part, by the ASU community. As part of their new space in Hayden Library, the Labriola Center will feature such collections.
All ASU students are welcome to attend to share their input. Refreshments will be provided.