Archive for the ‘Library Resources’ Category

Writing Right for National Writing Day and Beyond

Monday, October 6th

October 20th is National Writing Day, and there’s no better place to get started than the library. Whether you’re interested in getting a start writing your next research paper, composing your own short story, or reading the work of others, we have plenty of tools available to help. Want to get started writing fiction? Try […]

More Great Databases

Monday, September 15th

Being part of the IU system is great. IU East students have always benefitted from small class sizes and close relationships with faculty coupled with Indiana University’s rigorous academic programs, but being an IU campus pays dividends in lots of other aspects of campus life. The library is no exception. For example, if we don’t […]

History That You Can Hold (Or View, Listen To, Etc.)

Monday, September 1st

Did you know that here at IU East we house our very own Archives in the Campus Library, located in Hayes Hall? Did you also know that as an IU East student, you can access the archives in person or online? I’m Marisa Vanzant, a new library student staff member, and I’ve had an opportunity […]

Communications Questions

Monday, August 18th

This summer, we have been exploring in-depth research for each of IU East’s major fields of study, and this week we conclude with communications. The general techniques that we covered in the first week will serve you well here, too, but there is plenty more available. For most research questions you might have, you will […]

Sociology Questions

Monday, August 11th

Throughout the summer, we’ve been exploring how to do academic-level research in each of the major disciplines IU East offers degrees in. While there are plenty of commonalities and general techniques that we covered in the first week, each discipline has its own dedicated material. This week, we’ll look at the study of sociology. While […]