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On April 11th, members of the Digital Scholarship Team presented initial work in analyzing the text of the Indianapolis Recorder at IUPUI Research Day. The Indianapolis Recorder is one of the nation’s oldest and most prominent African American newspapers, and the University Library has a digitized collection covering the vast majority of issues published between 1899 and 2005. The full text of more than 96,000 pages is currently available for export from the ContentDM platform as a tab delimited or XML text file (1.3GB).
Last updated by dapolley on 04/25/2014
Extended Hours! Free Coffee & Hot Chocolate!
Need to do some last minute research? Cramming for a test? Stay up late at the University Library during Finals Week!
From Monday, December 9th, through Thursday, December 12th, the University Library will remain open to IUPUI students until 2:00 AM. Feel free to come dressed in your pajamas, so you can maximize coziness and relax into your studies. For those needing a pick-me-up, the University Library will serve refreshments -- coffee, tea, and hot chocolate -- while supplies last!
Refershments will be served on the second floor, across from circulation:
Sunday, December 8th: 6pm-10pm
Monday, December 9th: 8pm-12am
Tuesday, December 10th: 8pm-12am
Wednesday, December 11th: 8pm-12am
Last updated by wmmiller on 12/05/2013
Last updated by lcalvert on 04/18/2013
Become an advocate for mass transit--and your city--at the Young Professional Transit Forum. IUPUI Chancellor Bantz and Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute president John Ketzenberger will kick-off this call-out for all young people interested in mass transit. After Indy Connect Now Executive Director Ron Gifford details the mass transit plan, we will open a dialogue with attending students and young professionals. What questions do you have about mass transit? How will you work together across campuses and cubicles to create the future of Indianapolis?
Date: 3/26/2013, 5:30-6:30 PM
Location: University Library (UL 0125 Lower Level Lobby)
Event registration link: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/5711005772/eorg#
Last updated by andjsmit on 03/18/2013
University Library is conducting a research project on instruction and information literacy skills. We are recruiting librarians, faculty, and students participate in focus groups, and would like to hear from you! Do you have about an hour to participate? If you are a student, you are eligible for a $25 gift card drawing! Please click on the link by February 27th to sign up: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/infolitresearch
Last updated by andjsmit on 02/14/2013
Tools for Organizing Your Articles & Creating Citations
Tuesday, January 29, 2013 4:30 – 6:00pm CANCELLED - this workshop will be rescheduled at a later date
UL 2120 Learning Lab
Do you need help organizing and managing your articles? Do you want to learn how to create citations with easy-to-use applications? Join us for a hands-on workshop that will make your library research easier and more efficient. Using Mendeley and Zotero (freely available online!), you will learn how to create an account, import articles, books, and other content, organize and tag items, and create citations for your next project.
Last updated by lcalvert on 01/29/2013
Published: December 7, 2012
INDIANAPOLIS -- A three-year partnership between Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis facultyand students in the Department of Anthropology, and African-American and Jewish residents formerly of Indianapolis’ Southside neighborhood, will culminate in two important events this month.
At 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 17, in the Public Assembly Room of the City-County Council Building, District 19 City County Council member Jeff Miller will read a resolution commending the spirit of cooperation that characterized the relationship between the former African-American and Jewish communities of Southside from the early1900s through the 1960s, when they not only lived side by side in the neighborhood but shared deep bonds of friendship.
Last updated by lcalvert on 12/17/2012
We are happy to announce that University Library has won three Library Federation awards!
University Library employees Willie Miller and Jennifer Johnson received individual leadership awards honoring them for exceptional service.
University Library and the Indianapolis Public Library are co-recipients of the Indiana Library Federation Collaboration Award, which recognizes significant contributions in promoting library services on a community, regional or statewide level.
Check out the IUPUI News Center for more information.
Last updated by andjsmit on 09/04/2012
Proposal to prepare future philanthropy leaders to change the world will go to Indiana Commission on Higher Education for consideration
Last updated by lcalvert on 06/22/2012
IUPUI University Library's Digital Collections are highlighted
in a recent Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) article.
Read the full story.
IUPUI University Library's Digital Collections are highlighted in a recent Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) article. Read the full story.
Last updated by andjsmit on 06/07/2012