Hazy Announcements

Exterior of Hazy Library on the Prescott campus

Featured Hazy Resources

March 2021

February 2021 

November 2020

October 2020

  • Cybersecurity Month: Hazy Library has over 100 research databases and tools in the area of cybersecurity.

Your Research Librarians are Online!Hazy Library liaisons

On our Ask a Librarian page, click the icon underneath “Chat With a Librarian” to start a live chat with a research librarian. If we aren’t online, use the contact form to send us an email, or make an appointment for an online research consultation using our online booking system!

Student Spotlight: Dai IbrahimDai Ibrahim works in the Hazy Library as one of our many student employees. Among her many talents, Dai created a virtual tour of the Hazy Library & Learning Center using 3Dvista Software.

Dai has an impressive resume to include her internship at Boeing over the summer of 2019 and again this summer 2020. Dai will be graduating in 2021 with a double-major, Software Engineering and Simulation Science Games and Animation.

Launch the Tour

10 Ways You Can Still Get What You Need from Hazy Library

We’ve got you virtually covered 24/7 from research and citations to wellness and beyond.

  1. Your research librarians are online! On our Ask a Librarian page, click the icon underneath “Chat With a Librarian” to start a live chat with a research librarian. If we aren’t online, use the contact form to send us an email, or make an appointment for an online research consultation using our online booking system!

  2. Suffering from decision fatigue? Our research guides help narrow down your options, whether you’re looking for an academic article on safety science or guidance on writing a literature review. Our librarians maintain guides on specific subjectscoursesgeneral research help, and more. Browse guides through the Research & Course Guides tab in the main search box on the library home page, then search by keyword or browse all.

  3. Stuck on citations? Get a RefWorks account! With a few clicks, you’ll be able to create and edit citations easily. Check out our RefWorks research guide to get started. Or, see our citation guide for help doing citations manually.

  4. Need a break from research? We also have audiobooks and eBooks perfect for relaxing reads. Download the Libby app and get started here. Find your beach read and let your mind escape for a bit.

  5. When you aren’t taking that much-needed information break, take advantage of your full online access to The New York Times. Go here and use your ERAU email to set up your account. Balance your daily news intake with sections like CookingModern LoveGames, and Podcasts.

  6. Search internally! Try out what’s available in Scholarly Commons, our institutional digital repository for academic work by ERAU faculty, students and staff. A student recently struck research gold using this resource to find information about low cost airlines!

  7. Do not pay for articles. We can get what you need with Interlibrary Loan! If you find the perfect article or book chapter but can’t access it through our databases, just fill out this request form and our Interlibrary Loan specialist Leanne Harworth will use her magic and email you a copy directly.

  8. Along with full-text scholarly articles, thousands of eBooks are accessible 24/7. Use tools like “search within this book” to find keywords or phrases that relate to your research topic. Browse our eBook collections here (we recommend eBook Central).

  9. Learn a new language! Access Mango Languages from our databases page and sign up for free. Download the app to learn over 60 languages, including English, on the go!

  10. This isn’t just about academics. If your life or work feels upended, check out this Home and Wellness Resources Guide. New resources are added as our librarians discover them, including live stream and recorded work-out videos, virtual tours, cooking tutorials, activities for parents with school-aged kids, and community support.

We are here to support you in whatever you need, wherever you are, all year round.

Hazy Library and Learning Center

We’ve made changes in the library to ensure the health and safety of you and our staff.

  • We encourage you to reserve your seat/table/computer to make sure you have a place to study.
  • Tables are fixed in place for social distancing and should not be moved.
  • Small study rooms are available for one person use. Masks are required.
  • Remember to clean your workspace to keep yourself and others healthy.
    •  Disinfecting supplies are in every study room, by computers, at the top of the stairs, and by the first floor printing alcove.
  • Retrieve and check out holds at the self-service area adjacent to the Checkout Desk.
  • Whiteboard markers are available in clean bins by the whiteboards on the 2nd floor and by the 1st floor cleaning supplies.
    • Return used markers to the not disinfected bins.
    • Use the paper towels to clean the whiteboards.  DO NOT use disinfecting spray to clean the whiteboards.

Collaboration

  • Projectors and portable screens are available for checkout at the Help Desk.
  • Rooms 204, 207, 219, 241, and 248 can accommodate groups of students.
    • Check the room reservation to see room occupation limits.
    • Seats are marked for social distancing.

Additional Information

  • Plexiglas guards are installed at every service desk
  • Librarian assistance is available through the virtual Ask a Librarian appointments, chat, or email Monday through Thursday.
  • We are not accepting book donations.

Contact Us

Hazy Library and Learning Center
Building 43