Welcome to the ASU Library Repository Services, where we provide you digital access to Arizona State University’s varied scholarly, administrative and cultural heritage materials while serving our community’s preservation and collection needs. With a search function that works across all repositories, we invite you to digitally explore university research, data, performances, imagery and so much more.

Mastercard Foundation Scholar Charity Bhebhe writes calculations on glass with whiteboard markers while wearing a lab coat. Her ASU research earned her the prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship for her doctorate.


Launched in 2020, KEEP is the new and improved home for the digital preservation of scholarship produced by ASU faculty, staff and students. Find and submit open access articles, collaborative research projects, musical performances, and theses and dissertations, among other material

stained glass in Hayden library


Also launched in 2020, PRISM brings together ASU Library’s many unique library and archival collections, including digitized historic photographs, maps, oral history recordings, rare texts and publications, and a wide variety of reformatted videos and films.

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ASU Research Data Repository

Share your data by making it accessible and discoverable with the ASU Research Data Repository, a data management platform that helps ASU researchers store, preserve, cite and share data. Serving the publication/reuse phase of the research data lifecycle, it works in concert with other repositories to present a more complete picture of ASU’s scholarly activities.