At IUB, where can I find information about library services for distance education, online learning, or remote dissertation work?
The Indiana University Bloomington Libraries Online Learning Services are available to students enrolled in IUB courses living outside the Bloomington area, including PhD candidates enrolled for dissertation credit but not residing in Bloomington.
If you are a distance education or online learning student, contact the IUB Libraries staff with your reference and research questions by emailing IU Bloomington Libraries Online Learning or via the online chat service Ask a Librarian.
If you live in or are visiting Bloomington, visit the Herman B Wells Library Reference Services Department and ask for help specific to online learning.
The following may prove helpful with your research:
- The "Getting Started" section of Online Learning provides information about getting IU computing accounts, including a Network ID, and a library bar code for borrowing books. You'll also find forms for getting books and articles from the IUB Libraries delivered to your home, and useful information.
- Course guides include specific online references for many classes.
For questions or concerns, contact Michael Courtney, the librarian liason for Online Learning.
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