The library staff looks forward to partnering with faculty for student success. Please take advantage of the services and resources we offer:
The library can customize an instruction session to meet the needs of your students, whether they need a general introduction to the library catalog and databases or more in-depth research strategies to help them succeed.
We request that you schedule instruction at least 1 week prior to the class time and confer with a librarian about specific content. Information literacy instruction is most effective when it immediately precedes or coincides with a class assignment. Please note that the instructor must accompany and remain with his or her class.
.To schedule instruction, submit a Session Request. If the form is not working, please submit information that follows to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide course name, number, number of students and two date/time preferences. Also include any special libguide or assignment needs.
Library Resource Guides
Library Guides, or "LibGuides," are handy online guides to help our students find reliable, authoritative sources. They provide easy access to topic-specific databases, web links, and book lists, including e-books. In addition, the guides contain links and tutorials for basic library resources like IUCAT, ILLiad (Interlibrary loan), Writing & Citing, and our 24/7 reference services “Ask Us” and LibAnswers. Organized access is especially important for distance education students since stopping in to the library for help is often not an option.
To request a libguide, email email@example.com or contact KT Lowe at 765-973-8434.
Indiana University’s Institutional Repository provides open access to research at IU. The Indiana University East community of IUScholarWorks showcases the scholarly research output of faculty, students and other partners affiliated with the East campus. To contribute your work, please read the university’s policies; then to archive your work contact the IU East coordinator, Sue McFadden firstname.lastname@example.org
Library Resources Form for New Degree, Program or Course Proposals
When you need to create a new degree, program or course, our job is to make sure the library has the resources to support your students' research. Please complete a Library Resources Form for New Degree, Program or Course Proposal and submit it to Matthew Dilworth.