Welcome IU South Bend Faculty
Meet in the Library
Book a library conference room
Meet informally in the Media Commons
Ask your subject librarian
Your subject librarian can provide research advice, help purchase material you need, and more.
Interlibrary Loan/ Document and Book Delivery
Get materials from other libraries. Request that library materials be delivered to your desktop or office.
Access to Other Libraries (ALI cards)
Faculty borrowing privileges at other university libraries.
Find Scholarly Resources:
- Check out our Subject Guides - Librarian recommended resources by discipline
- One Search – Search IUCAT and the databases together!
- Journal locator
- Database Resources by Subject and A-Z
- Access to Other Campuses' Electronic Resources: Policy & Request Form
Writing and Publishing
Discover the impact of your research - Both Web of Science and Scopus include citation analysis for the sciences and social sciences. Journal Citation Reports provides statistical information on social science and science individual journal's impact and influence. In addition to these resources, Craig Finlay, Scholarly Communications Librarian can provides consultations on altmetrics (or alternative metrics) that use the social web (blogs, LinkedIn, ResearchGate, etc.) to generate new measures of scholarly impact.
Library instruction services
Request an instruction session, class-specific research guides, library tours, and more!
Set up Course Reserves
Place print & online materials on reserve for your class.
Help your students cite right!
Copyright & Fair Use
Compliance guidelines, definition, public domain, and more.
CETL: Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning journals
Archives and Special Collections
The history of IU South Bend and the local region, plus campus records management program.
We are members of the federal depository program.
Wiekamp Educational Resource Commons
Teachers Resource Center on the 2nd floor of the Education & Arts Building.