Uncovering the Mysteries of the IU Libraries: Government Information, Maps, and Microform Services Breakout Session

February 24th 2016 @ 10:00am
Wells Library, E250B

Are you working on a paper or project that requires primary source research?  Wondering how to get started or where to find resources?  As part of the Uncovering the Mysteries of the IU Libraries workshop series this semester, librarians in the Government Information, Maps, and Microform Services department at Wells Library are here to help you navigate!  Come meet Theresa Quill, Maps Librarian and Emily Alford, Government Information Librarian, and other members of our staff.  We will give you a tour of our collections, highlighting best practices in primary source research, and answer any specific questions you may have on projects of your own.  FREE maps will be given out too!


About this event:


  • ScanningFlatbed scanners Scanning
  • Nursing Mothers/Lactation RoomAsk at GIMMS Service Desk for door key and location. Refrigerator and Medela Lactina Select Pump available. Nursing Mothers/Lactation Room
  • PrintingBlack and white printing only Printing
  • Computer WorkstationsComputers available to IU affiliates and all U.S. citizens according to Federal Depository regulations. Computer Workstations
  • TechnologyMicroformat viewers and scanners. Assistance is always available. Technology
  • Quiet Study SpaceGIMMS is a low-talking area. No groups, please. Quiet Study Space

Contact Info

Wells Library 250B
1320 East Tenth Street
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405
Emily Alford
Emily Alford - Head of Government Information, Maps and Microform Services, Assistant Librarian
(812) 855-8155

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