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Last updated by jpcooper on 10/18/2013
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The IUPUI University Library Information System includes a variety of materials obtained from many different sources and that have been created by many different members of the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis community as well as the Indianapolis community. Although a work may be freely accessible on the World Wide Web and may not include any statement about copyright, the U. S. Copyright Act nevertheless provides that such works are protectable by copyright. Users must assume that works are protected by copyright until they learn otherwise.
Last updated by lcalvert on 05/19/2015
You will be asked for your IUPUI Network ID (username and password) when accessing University Library's electronic resources from off-campus.
If you're unable to access our electronic resources, first check the Common Problems below. If these do not answer your questions, please contact the UITS Support Center: by email firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at 274-HELP (274-4357), in person at IT 129, or via live chat (available 24 x 7) at http://ithelplive.iu.edu/ and provide the following information:
Last updated by andjsmit on 01/05/2011
Off-campus (remote) access to electronic databases and other online resources licensed by IUPUI University Library is legally restricted to those faculty, staff and students affiliated with the IUPUI campus.
Last updated by andjsmit on 01/27/2009
The Reference Collection is a non-circulating collection. This means that most items in the collection will never circulate. Under extraordinary circumstances, a faculty member may pre-arrange to check out an item for 24 hours. (One 24-hour renewal is also allowed.) No one may borrow more than five Reference items at a time.
Last updated by on 11/27/2007
IUPUI students, faculty and staff may place online requests to obtain most books located at most other IU libraries without using traditional interlibrary loan methods or filling out a form. This service is called Request Delivery, and is much faster for you as a library user while saving the IU library system money. Most books arrive within 4-7 working days.
Materials from the IUB Law Library, IUB Kinsey Library, CEDIR Library, Archives of Traditional Music Library, Cyclotron Library, University Archives, Lilly Library, and the Bloomington Residence Halls are excluded from Request Delivery. In addition, some materials (i.e. reference books and other non-circulating collections and short term loan collections) from participating libraries may be excluded.
Last updated by jpcooper on 10/04/2013
A proxy account will allow your assistant to act on your behalf while conducting business at University Library. We highly recommend that if your assistant is going to be checking out materials for you to have a proxy account setup for them. While University Library does not charge overdue fines for Faculty, this would not apply if your assistant checked out materials for you on their personal account. There are three ways to establish a proxy account for your assistant:
- Write a letter on departmental letterhead stating that you want your assistant to have proxy rights on your account. The assistant must bring the letter to the Circulation Desk along with their University ID.
- You may come down to the Circulation Desk with the assistant and personally request that a proxy account be created for them. Please make sure you have your University Faculty ID and that the assistant has their University ID.
Last updated by jpcooper on 04/09/2010
Public Computer Usage:
IU students, faculty, and staff should use their university ID and passphrase to login to computers at IUPUI University Library. For assistance using wireless access, launch the 'Live Tech Assistance' app above, or contact a Client Support Technology Consultant at 278-1360 during library operating hours.
All users are required to log-in in order to use the computers in University Library.
Guest Computer IDs are available to patrons over the age of 18 upon presentation of a Photo ID, and their valid IUPUI University Library Borrower's Card with the status of Indiana Resident, for the cost of $1.00. The fee is waived for guests with a current, valid Student/Faculty/Staff ID from another school. The fee is also waived for guests who are members of the Indiana University Alumni Association or Purdue University Alumni Association, with a current membership card. Finally, the fee is waived for those patrons who need to access U.S. government publications online.
Last updated by jpcooper on 07/10/2014