The library has one public phone located on the main floor which may be used to make on-campus calls only. Back to Top
Where can I write a paper?
All computers in the library have the current version of Microsoft Office installed on them. Additionally, computers with Microsoft Office are located in the Information & Technology Services computer lab located on the first floor, just inside the South entrance to the building. Students should use their ASU student email address and password to login to the computers where prompted. Any materials printed from the computers can be picked up at the Circulation Desk. Back to Top
Does the library have scanners?
The library has two free scanners on the main floor. The scanners can scan books, journals and individual items. Students can scan their items and save the scan to their jump drive or send the scan to the printer at the Circulation Desk. Back to Top
Does the library have a fax machine?
The library does not have a fax machine. Anyone needing to fax something can do so at the bookstore in the Student Union for a fee. Back to Top
Does the library Macs?
The library has eleven Macs. Eight are located in the main Reference area, two are located in the software lab on the main floor and the third is in Media Services on the first floor. Back to Top
Does the library have typewriters?
Typewriters are available in Media Services on the first floor of the library. Back to Top
Where are the copy machines located?
There is one photocopier located in the current periodicals area on the second floor. Back to Top
Students currently enrolled in courses for credit through ASU Jonesboro are entitled to full access privileges to the online databases available through our website. When you attempt to access the databases from off-campus, you will be prompted to enter your ASU email address and ID number. Full instructions are located on our website as well as on the off-campus login screen. If you have problems with off-campus access, contact Wendy Crist by email or phone (870)972-2964. If you have general research questions please contact the library Reference & Information Desk at (870) 972-3208 or email email@example.com. Back to Top
Must I be an ASU student or employee to use the library?
Undergraduates may check out 20 books for 30 days. Graduate students may check out a maximum of 40 items at a time for a 45 day loan period. There is a 3 day grace period beyond the due date before fines are assessed. Overdue charges for most books are 25 cents per day per book with no maximum. For more information see the Circulation Department's Policies page. Back to Top
For how long can students check out library materials?
General Collection books may be renewed twice, unless another patron has requested the book. You must renew the books before the due date. You can renew the books through the online catalog by calling up your personal record and indicating which item(s) to renew. After clicking on the "Renew Items" button, verify the new due date, and report any problems to the Circulation Desk as soon as possible. Books from the General Collection may also be brought to the Circulation Desk and renewed. Once you have used up your two renewals, you must physically bring the books in to check them back out. For more information see the Circulation Policies page Back to Top
How do I see what I have checked out?
You may check your library record by going to the library homepage and clicking on the "My Library Account" link or clicking on it from within the library catalog. Back to Top
Where can I find items put on reserve by my instructor?
When an instructor places items on reserve, they are kept behind the Circulation Desk on the 2nd floor of the Library. Go to the Circulation desk and give your instructor's name. Back to Top
Where can I find an atlas?
The atlases are located around the corner from the Interlibrary Loan office, next to the current newspapers and popular magazines. Back to Top
How do I find a legal case?
You can find legal cases in both online and print formats. Online cases are found using the article database LexisNexis. In LexisNexis, enter your search in the box titled "Look up a Legal Case". For more specific information, choose the US Legal link on the left side of the screen under the heading. Specific search options include Federal & State Cases, Tax Law, etc. A variety of reference books in the Legal Reference Stacks will also give you legal cases. For assistance locating and using any of the legal resources, contact the Reference & Information Desk at 870-972-3208, visit the desk on the 2nd floor of the library, or email the desk at firstname.lastname@example.org Back to Top
Does the library provide legal or tax advice?
The library staff will assist in legal research and locating tax forms, however we will not provide any legal or tax advice. Back to Top