The Optometry Library is a branch of the Indiana University Libraries system. It supports the teaching and research missions of the School of Optometry, the graduate program in vision science, and all vision-related studies at IU. In addition, the library serves as a vision science resource and information center for optometric practitioners and residents of the state of Indiana. The library and its collections may be used by IU students, staff, and faculty and by any resident of Indiana.

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September 15th 2016 @ 4:07pm Statement by NEI Director Paul A. Sieving, M.D., Ph.D., on National Academies’ report outlining public health strategies to promote and protect healthy vision for all Americans

Today, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (the National Academies) released “Making Eye He

August 31st 2016 @ 9:38pm Six teams seek to identify biological factors that influence neural regeneration

The National Institutes of Health will fund six projects to identify biological factors that affect neural regenerati

August 4th 2016 @ 6:10pm Drugs already on market prevent light-induced retinal degeneration in mice

Combinations of Food and Drug Administration-approved drugs protect against the loss of cells required for vision in

July 8th 2016 @ 10:05am Use it or Lose it: Visual Activity Regenerates Neural Connections Between Eye and Brain

A study in mice funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) shows for the first time that high-contrast visual

July 1st 2016 @ 11:12am NEI Scientist Receives Research Grant from Knights Templar Eye Foundation

NEI research fellow Nathan Hotaling, PhD, has been awarded a $65,000 grant from the Knights Templar Eye Foundation to

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Today's Hours

8:00am - 9:00pm All hours

Amenities

  • Building Access Enter on east end of the building. Take elevator in the center of the building to the second floor. Library and Study Area are beyond double doors at west end of the building. Building Access
  • ScanningScanner is located next to the public computer workstation on the east end of the Study Area. Scanning
  • Copy Machine(s)Copy machine is located in the Optometry Library, room 202. 5 cents/page; Campus Access only. Document feeder, stapler. Copy Machine(s)
  • Reserve ServicesPaper and media reserves available by request at the Circulation Desk. Reserve Services
  • Food ServiceVending available in the Student Lounge. Food Service
  • TechnologyMediascape tables and large screens available for use with personal laptops. Other technology available on a limited basis to Optometry faculty and staff. Technology
  • Group Study SpaceConference Room 200 is reservable via online booking system or by calling Optometry Library Circulation Desk. Other study rooms available on first-come first-served basis. Group Study Space
  • Quiet Study SpaceRoom 213 is currently earmarked for quiet study for up to 6-8 people. Quiet Study Space
  • PrintingBlack and white printing only. Printing
  • Computer Workstations2 public workstations with scanner and print release station. Other workstations are solely for Optometry faculty, staff, and student use. Computer Workstations

Contact Info

Optometry 202
800 E Atwater Ave
Bloomington, IN 47405
812-855-8629
Jason Burton
Jason Burton - Health Sciences Librarian
(812) 855-0801

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