The juvenile collection can now be found on the second floor, just across from the Pop Shop.
The juvenile collection is a well-used resource, and attracts several diverse populations including students studying elementary education, ESL speakers and learners, and the many visitors that love to bring their children to browse for their next exciting reading adventure.
The libraries are proud of the scholarship produced by the IUPUI campus. In fact, with the institutional repository, IUPUI ScholarWorks, we've been working since 2004 to find ways to increase readership for works created by our faculty, staff, and students.
Have you ever posted a published journal article to a lab website, ResearchGate, or Academia.edu? If so, there's a chance that you'll be receiving a copyright takedown notice in the future. Most subscription journals require authors to sign exclusive rights over to the publisher; so, even if you're the author and the publisher didn't pay you to write it, you don't own it.
Green open access (OA) is the practice of providing free access to a scholarly work on a website with no paywalls. Ideally, the authors of these green OA works observe the terms of copyright policies while also depositing items in a library-supported institutional repository or a not-for-profit subject repository. When authors do this, it's called "self-archiving."
We would like to announce that we will no longer support MetaSearch as of September 1, 2017. Instead, we are currently implementing the EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) to provide better search experience. If you have any questions about MetaSearch or new EBSCO Discovery Service, please contact us by email at email@example.com or by call at 317-278-2330.