1. IU Libraries 2013 Fall Faculty Newsletter

    January 3rd, 2014
    Let me take this opportunity to thank you all for your patience and patronage at this time of change for the IU Libraries. For many of you, the Libraries serve...
    Type: News
  2. Grad Commons Unofficially Unveiled

    September 16th, 2013
    On the 8th floor of the Wells Library, IU graduate students now have a dedicated space for quiet study, research, and presentations. With swipe card entry, this space offers a...
    Type: News
  3. IU Archives Exhibition: IU and the Great War

    March 11th, 2014
    Visit the Indiana University Archives on the 4th floor of Wells Library to learn about World War I’s impact on the Hoosier community, view materials ranging from the diary of...
    Type: News
  4. Mediaevalia 2014

    March 24th, 2014
    The Lilly Library will host Mediaevalia 2014, the yearly event for all friends of things medieval, of calligraphy, gilded initials, precious manuscripts, early prints, and other highlights of the history...
    Type: News
  5. On Exhibition at the Fine Arts Library

    October 20th, 2013
    10/20/2013 The Fine Arts Library currently has on display an exhibition titled "Collect: Selected Works from a Local Private Collection.”Arranged as part of the craft symposium "Zoom: Examining the Future...
    Type: News
  6. Open Folklore Website Launch

    October 16th, 2013
    10/16/2013 The Open Folklore partnership of the American Folklore Society (AFS) and the Indiana University Bloomington Library has just unveiled a major update to the look and operation of its...
    Type: News
  7. Grad Commons Grand Opening

    October 8th, 2013
    On Monday, October 7, a crowd gathered to celebrate the grand opening of the Grad Commons in the Wells Library. A space dedicated to graduate students, the Grad Commons occupies...
    Type: News
  8. On Exhibition at the Lilly: Visualizing Disease

    October 1st, 2013
    “Visualizing Disease,” an exhibition of pathological illustrations from the 16th century to the mid-19th century on display now at the Lilly Library is believed to be the first of its...
    Type: News