To find books and media, use IUCAT, the online catalog of the Indiana University Libraries. IUCAT provides access to print and electronic books and periodicals, recordings, DVDs, U.S. government publications, and other materials available here at IU Southeast as well as at the other libraries in the IU system.
To find articles and other information from our databases, use the Article and Database Search page. From this page you can access a broad range of information resources in the arts, humanities, natural and social sciences, business and economics, and medicine, as well as regional, national, and international newspapers. You can choose from our Frequently Used Databases, a Subject List of Databases, or the Alphabetical Title List of all available databases. You can also browse or search for a specific journal using our Find full-text Journals A-Z List.
The Government Publications page provides access to print and online information published by federal, state, and international governmental organizations. Many of these resources are available through IUCAT as well.
Our growing assortment of electronic books allows you to access and read entire books online or download to your devices. Many of these resources, though not all, are available through IUCAT as well as from our Electronic Books page. For assistance with downloading eBooks onto your mobile device, check out our Downloading eBooks Guide.
From dictionaries and encyclopedias to statistical almanacs and style guides, the Reference Resources page provides sources for finding quick facts, statistics, dates, biographical information, broad subject overviews, and other useful information.
At any time during library hours, consult with a Reference Librarian at the Reference Desk or by phone at (812) 941-2489. To renew your books or for any questions related to Circulation, please call (812) 941-2485.
The Library Instruction Program at Indiana University Southeast seeks to support the educational programs of the University by providing effective, relevant, student-centered instructional services. To make arrangements for your class, please contact Maria Accardi, Coordinator of Instruction, firstname.lastname@example.org, (812) 941-2551.
The Non-IU Southeast Libraries webpages includes links to the following libraries: