To find articles and other information from our databases, use the Article and Database Searching page. From this page you can access a broad range of information resources in the arts, humanities, natural and social sciences, business, economics, and medicine, as well as regional, national, and international newspapers. You may choose from the Shortcuts list of frequently used databases, a Subject list of databases, or the Alphabetical Title list of all available databases.
To find books, use IUCAT, the online catalog of the Indiana University Libraries. IUCAT provides access to books, electronic books and journals, recordings, videocassettes, U.S. government publications, periodicals, and other materials available here at IU Southeast as well as at the other libraries in the IU system.
From dictionaries and encyclopedias to statistical almanacs and style guides, the Reference Resources page provides online quick facts, statistics, dates, biographical information, broad subject overviews, and other useful information.
Our growing assortment of electronic books allows you to access and read entire books online. Many of these resources, though not all, are available through IUCAT as well as from our Electronic Books page. They are accessible from campus, and for IU Southeast faculty, staff, and students, from off-campus as well. (One of these resources, netlibrary, requires on-campus registration before it can be accessed from off-campus. From the netLibrary page, just follow directions for setting up a netlibrary account.)
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.
- Journals by Title (A-Z Journal List)
- Course and Subject Guides
- Special Collections
- Information Literacy Library Instruction
- Purchase Request
- Interlibrary Loan
- Borrowing & Circulation
The Non-IU Libraries webpages includes links to the following libraries:
- Other IU Libraries
- Metroversity Libraries
- Public Libraries
- Additional Reference Resources and Libraries
At any time during library hours, consult with a Reference Librarian at the Reference Desk or by phone at (812) 941-2489.