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Purdue faculty, staff, and students will have the same access to Libraries collections, services, and resources that are available to those at the West Lafayette campus. We encourage those on the Indianapolis campus to check out our website to see… Here are highlights:

Books, journal articles, databases, etc.

  • Online resources: Purdue faculty, staff, and students working and studying in Indianapolis will have access to all Purdue West Lafayette licensed online resources (books, journals, databases, etc.) via remote access using their Purdue credentials.
  • Print resources: Physical materials available from Purdue Libraries can be requested and will be delivered via USPS.
  • Books, articles, etc., not in Purdue’s collections: Items can be requested through Purdue’s Interlibrary Loan Service and will be delivered to the requestor in Indianapolis (via email or USPS).
  • New resources: Items can be requested using the Suggest a Purchase form.
  • How to request materials online: A helpful 2-minute video.

Services the IUI library will provide to Purdue students include

  • Ability to check out print books and other physical materials (VR headsets, games, etc.)
  • Ability to reserve study rooms
  • Open space for study
  • Access to IUI e-resources. On-site access only, no remote access permitted due to license terms.

Virtual assistance

  • Chat: Ask a Librarian is a virtual chat service.
  • FAQ: Check LibAnswers to make sure your question hasn't been answered already.
  • Email: Send email to askalib@purdue.edu to connect with a Purdue Librarian. Most questions are answered within one business day.
  • Text: Send a text message to 765.303.0700 (message & data rates may apply) for a brief answer to a simple question.
  • Consultation: Schedule a meeting with a Librarian.

Course reserves

  • Online resources: Purdue Indy instructors have Reading List (Leganto) available to add online library resources to their Brightspace courses. Purdue Indy instructors can also request that Purdue Libraries acquire online course materials that are able to be licensed for institutional use.
  • Print resources: Although online Course Reserves are encouraged, Purdue Indy instructors can request print items for Course Reserves.
  • More Information: View additional information and contact information for Course Reserves.

Repository services

  • Research Data services: Find expertise to meet the challenges and needs of researchers and students in finding, using, preparing, managing, curating, and preserving research data.
  • PURR data repository: Get assistance from data management planning, text for proposals, sample plans, and individual consultations.
  • Purdue e-Pubs: A service providing open access online publishing support for original publications as well as hosting Purdue-affiliated articles, reports, conference proceedings, student scholarship, and more.

Open access publishing opportunities

Open Access publishing leads to more discovery, more downloads, and more global access to Purdue’s giant leaps in research. At Libraries, we see open access partnerships with major journal publishers as a key part of our goal to create more equitable, sustainable publishing options for Purdue authors, and in turn, to foster more equitable access to their research. Information and resources on open access journals, publishing, and funding is available on our Open Access Publishing Partnerships libguide.

Library instruction

Library instruction often includes a class presentation or lecture on using library resources specific to a course, might mean a librarian is embedded in a course, or a librarian as instructor-of-record for a course. Research assistance in the library may involve students making appointments or stopping in the library for assistance. We are working with IUI Library to determine how best to handle in person library instruction needs in Indianapolis.

Libraries Research Guides, including Course Guides, Subject Guides, and User Guides & Tutorials have been carefully created by Libraries’ faculty and staff for use by the Purdue community.

The School of Information Studies curriculum includes courses in areas such as information literacy, data literacy, digital humanities, geographic information systems (GIS), systematic reviews, digital citizenship, and information ethics. Fall 2024 Libraries will offer a Minor in Information Studies.

Information Studies minor

Designed to equip students with essential skills needed to thrive in today’s interconnected world, students in the minor will explore contemporary issues such as data ethics, misinformation dynamics, online culture, and the transformative effects of technological innovation. The 15-credit minor is comprised of a 6-credit core that includes an introductory course and one 300-level course, either Information, Culture, and Society or Data Foundations, Tools, and Applications. Of the remaining 9 credits needed to complete the minor, 3 credits must be at the 300-level or higher.

Drawing from a diverse array of topics, examples of ILS electives include courses such as Conspiracy Theories, Feminist Inquiry and Research Methods, Data Science and Society, and Information Strategies for Science, Technology, and Engineering Research. Currently several courses have online sections. We look forward to offering in-person courses in Indianapolis in the future.More information about the minor and now to enroll can be found here.

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