Category Archives: resources

Digital Services with a Human Touch

January is now over and, hopefully, you are starting to settle into your classes and schedules. As it is still early in the semester many of you are probably not yet worried about the big paper or project you have … Continue reading

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Using the RPS Libraries

Do you live in the residence halls? Want to rent a movie, but don’t want to trek across campus (through the snow) to Wells? Guess what! There’s probably an RPS Library or Movies Music & More close to you! With … Continue reading

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IU-B African Studies Library: a Bountiful Research Collection

Are you someone who is interested in scholarly reference materials on Africa south of the Sahara? If so, look no further than your IU Bloomington Library! The 6th floor of the Wells Library has a vast collection of documents covering … Continue reading

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Fall Back into Nature

Fall is officially here and you couldn’t be in a much better place to see it in all its glory. As midterms, papers, and projects continually weigh you down, we suggest taking a day and experiencing fall in the Bloomington … Continue reading

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Judging a Book by Its Title: A Guide to Folklore

For anyone interested in working with children – whether as a teacher, librarian, counselor, or even as a parent – it’s important to know you can’t always judge a book by its title. After all, that copy of The Little … Continue reading

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Get More Out of the Library!

Hey Hoosiers! You probably know that you can find books and articles at the library, but here’s a few things you can find at the library that you might not know about. 1. You might know that you can Ask … Continue reading

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Happy 85th Birthday, Adrienne Rich, American Poet (5/16/1929 – 3/27/2012)

To celebrate the 85th birthday of Adrienne Rich and to honor her legacy throughout the month of May, browse this great American poet’s books in the Graduate Research Collection in the East Tower of the Herman B Wells Library. No … Continue reading

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Scholars’ Commons is Underway!

Construction at the Herman B Wells Library is finally underway! You may have noticed that since the beginning of the semester, the first floor of the East Tower has been stripped down to just about nothing. This has been in … Continue reading

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Christmastime at the Library!

Christmas is just around the corner! In the final push to winter break, many of us are probably feeling overwhelmed with final projects, papers, and exams, which can definitely put a damper on the holiday spirit. If you find yourself … Continue reading

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RPS Libraries: Getting to know your “in-home” library

Dying to watch the new Iron Man 3 movie or to read Veronica Roth’s popular new series Divergent? Or maybe you’re in your pajamas, and it’s just too cold outside to leave your residence hall. Alas, these information needs can … Continue reading

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