Previous IU South Bend Campus Bulletins

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Franklin D. Schurz Library

Vicki BloomFranklin D. Schurz Library

Vicki Bloom, M.S.L.S. | Dean
(574) 520-4440 |

About the Franklin D. Schurz Library

Come explore the wonderful collections, services, and spaces at the Franklin D. Schurz Library. You will discover thousands of books, government documents, journals and audio/visual recordings as well as the University Archives and Special Collections. The Library also subscribes to a huge number of databases, which provide access to full text journal and newspaper articles, plus a wide ranging selection of e-books and streaming media titles. Nearly all of these online resources are accessible off-campus via the library website. Because the Schurz Library is part of the larger IU Libraries system, you can quickly request materials from the other IU Libraries using IUCAT or outside the IU system using interlibrary loan.

Knowledgeable reference librarians are eager to teach you how to use the many library resources and find what you need. Get help online or stop by the Hammes Information Commons Desk on the first floor. One-on-one research consultations and classes to improve information literacy and research skills can be scheduled, too. The Information Commons Desk is also staffed with IT consultants who can answer technology questions.

The Schurz Library offers excellent computing and study facilities. There are 99 computers (PCs and MACs), scanning and printing equipment, special equipment for those with disabilities, and media viewing stations. The One Button Studio provides a place to rehearse and record presentations, produce videos for courses or clubs, or use green screen technology to create visual effects. A variety of study and collaborative spaces are available, including a quiet floor, bookable group study rooms, and informal seating under the fifth floor skylight. Should you need a break, the Dorene Dwyer Hammes Media Commons and Café on the first floor is a great place to relax, buy a hot beverage and watch cable TV.

Dorothy J. Wiekamp Educational Resource Commons
Education and Arts Building 2010 | (574) 520-4120

The Wiekamp Educational Resource Commons (WERC) is a unique place on campus to DISCOVER, CREATE, and LEARN! Spacious, open, and comfortable, the WERC includes reading areas, a collaborative computing area with scanners and printers, 3D printers, and a large production area for working on creative projects. It also has a unique collection of preK-12 curriculum materials for preservice teachers as well as a growing juvenile literature collection. Whether you need to develop a lesson plan, print a fine art or professional conference poster, create a 3D model, or mount a bulletin board, the WERC has quick, easy access to the supplies, equipment, and expert assistance you will need.

Academic Bulletins

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2020-2021 Campus Bulletin
2019-2020 Campus Bulletin
2018-2019 Campus Bulletin
2017-2018 Campus Bulletin
2016-2017 Campus Bulletin
2015-2016 Campus Bulletin
2014-2015 Campus Bulletin

Please be aware that the PDF is formatted from the webpages; some pages may be out of order.