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IUB Libraries Welcome Guide  

New to IU? Use this guide to familiarize yourself with our libraries and services.
Last Updated: Aug 31, 2014 URL: http://iub.libguides.com/libgradguide Print Guide RSS Updates

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The IUB Libraries’ mission is “To support and strengthen teaching, learning and research by providing the collections, services, and environments that lead to intellectual discovery.”  Use this guide as an introduction to your Library’s basic services and resources.

Click on the tabs above to learn:

  • How the IU Libraries system is organized
  • What services are provided
  • What information resources are available
  • How to start your research

Much information is online or in books, but it usually helps to talk to someone.

Take a workshop.

Meet your subject librarian. Click on "Research" at the top of the Libraries' Web page  then select your subject area from the A-Z list. Your Librarian’s contact information will be on the left of the subject page.


The IUB Libraries' Web Page

Library information resources and services, contact information, policies and much more have been gathered in one place on the IUB Libraries' Web Page.

Use the search box at the top of the page, or follow links to learn about resources and services.

Search results are presented in two categories: Library Web Pages and OneSearch@IU Results.

You will always see a help link at the top of each of the Libraries' web pages. You can send your question via e-mail or use the chat reference service.


About This Guide

Use this guide for an overview of the IU Bloomington Libraries' resources and services. Learn how the IUB Libraries are organized and how to start your research.  The guide focuses on those resources and services that support the research efforts of graduate students and faculty.




Chat Offline?

Ask-A-Librarian if Chat is offline.  Or check the Libraries' FAQ


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