The IUPUI University Library is central Indiana's premier academic research library designed to serve the needs of the electronic age.
In addition to holdings of more than 650,000 volumes, subscriptions to 4,000 plus periodicals and journals, and a full range of reference materials, the library hosts more than 250 public computer stations that provide access to campus electronic resources, the catalog systems of regional academic libraries, and the Internet.
The library also houses 1,700 study spaces, group study rooms, computer and general classrooms, meeting rooms, and a 100-seat multimedia auditorium.
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Herron School of Art Library
Located in Eskenazi Hall, the Herron School of Art Library is central Indiana's primary lending library for the study of contemporary art and art history.
Its primary collection focus is on resources which concern contemporary art and artists. The Herron Art Library maintains Special Collections materials such as artists
books by significant contemporary artists namely, Jenny Holzer and Julie Chen; a bookbinding collection; vertical files on local artists and arts organizations; as well as a significant Visual
Resource Collection which includes over 140,000 slides, and 1200 videos.
School of Dentistry Library
Located in the Dental School at 1121 West Michigan Street,
the IU School of Dentistry library serves as a source of dental health information for IU School of Dentistry alumni, Indiana citizens and other dental health
The library holds over 57,000 volumes on dentistry, as
well as, the basic sciences and selected medical specialties. It has subscriptions to nearly 600
current print journal titles. Its collection of over 26,000 books and 31,000 bound journal volumes
date back to the mid-1800s and are international in scope.
Ruth Lilly Law Library
Located in Inlow Hall at the corner of New York and West streets, the Ruth Lilly Law Library is one of the largest legal research libraries in the United States, housing a collection of over 475,000 volumes (in hard copy, microform, cassettes, and other non-book media). Library holdings emphasize Anglo-American and international law materials, with modest collections for comparative law and some foreign jurisdictions.
The library collection includes virtually complete holdings of federal statutory and case
materials; attorney general reports and opinions; federal, regional, and state digests; all
published state encyclopedias; bar association reports and proceedings; and the standard
sets of encyclopedias, annotated cases, and citators. Extensive collections of legal periodicals,
law and law-related treatises and textbooks, specialized law report sets, multivolume practice
sets, and jury instructions complement the primary holdings.
Ruth Lilly Medical Library
The Ruth Lilly Medical Library is located at 975 West Walnut Street in the Medical Research building.
The Library collection focuses on authoritative literature in biomedical research and clinical practice. Established in 1908, the Ruth Lilly Medical Library contains more
than 245,000 volumes, with current subscriptions to approximately 1900 journals.