Lafayette, Crawfordsville, Frankfort & Monticello

Campus Library--and all Ivy Tech physical campus buildings--are closed until further notice; see:  http://www.ivytech.edu/covid-19 for more info.   Electronic library resources remain available; don't hesitate to use our Ask a Librarian service!  (Do you have books checked out?  All late fines incurred during the closure will be waived.)

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Campus Library

Regular Campus Library Hours

NOTE:  Our physical library is closed until further notice.

Virtual Tutoring

Virtual Tutoring Available from the Learning Resource Center (LRC):

Dear Students, we have created an Organization in IvyLearn that will house all of the tutoring information for the rest of this semester. As we move to virtual meetings, we have established Zoom tutoring rooms for math and science. These rooms will be available for you to log in and work with other students. Faculty and peer tutors will also log in and be available to work with. The Zoom links and the tutor schedules will be posted in this Org. If you are interested in joining this Org, please email Donna Macy at dmacy5@ivytech.edu and she will add you to the Org. You will then be emailed an invitation to join. Once you accept the invitation, the Peer Tutors Organization – Lafayette will appear in your dashboard in IvyLearn. We will continue to create resources to help support you during this transition to virtual learning.

Temporary Resources

Temporary Resources:

You'll definitely want to start your research in the Discover! box listed above--it has access to our usual resources available at the library.  That includes lots of ebooks and articles for your research.

In addition, we have temporary access to a couple other resources; these may also be helpful while the library is closed:

  • MedCom Complete Video Library  -- Primarily nursing content here.  Use the Ask a Librarian link to request a password to access this content.  (Instructors, you could post the password in your IvyLearn course, but we can't post the password on an open web site.)
  • National Emergency Library -- The Internet Archive always has a lot of scanned books online.  Currently, they have  waived the waiting period to "Borrow" a book, so you can get even more online books here than we offer in the Discover! search box above.