Information Literacy Library Instruction
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. Through our instructional services, the Library also seeks to support the successful integration of Information Literacy--one of the University's General Education Goals and Outcomes--into the University curriculum. To make arrangements for your class, please contact Maria Accardi, Coordinator of Library Instruction, firstname.lastname@example.org, (812) 941-2551.
The IU Southeast Library Collection is largely formed by the Purchase Requests of faculty members for the instructional and general education needs of the students of our university. Additionally, faculty make Purchase Requests to have materials available for their major areas of research and scholarship.
As a service to its faculty, staff, and students, the IU Southeast Library will borrow requested materials from other libraries. This service is provided at no additional charge. Learn how to make a request for a book, article, or other resource, and find links to our interlibrary loan policies at the Interlibrary Loan page.
Zero Textbook Cost Initiative
The Zero Textbook Cost Initiative supports instructors in their efforts to adopt and create zero cost course materials. Faculty are provided with a stipend up to $1,000 to review an open access textbook, adopt zero cost course readings, or adopt and adapt zero cost resources for their courses.