Many IU Libraries have microfilm, microfiche, and other microform holdings.
The Education Library holds a large collection of microfiche for the ERIC Document Collection. The microfiche are located in the center of the library and are filed in numerical order. Copies can be printed using the microfiche reader/printer in the Education Library.
The largest collection of microformats is in Government Information, Maps, and Microform Services (GIMMS), located on the second floor of the East Tower in the Herman B Wells Library. The department's equipment views and scans microfilm, microfiche, and microopaques. Images can be scanned in PDF, TIFF, JPEG, PNG and BMP formats and saved to CD, flash drive, or any Internet file storage service. Scans can also be printed like any other document. Anyone is welcome to use the equipment any time the department is open, but for periodical articles and short, public domain works, IU affiliates may use Document Delivery Services to request that PDFs be made for them at no cost.
Offsite, non-IU affiliated persons, should first contact their local library and inquire about Interlibrary Loan.