Contact Information
  • Librarian: Marion Frank-Wilson
  • Location: Herman B Wells Library E660
  • Phone: (812) 855-1481
Libraries & Subjects
last updated: 7/15/2010

E-Research (European Studies)


Databases by Subject - Databases provided by the IUB Libraries, arranged by subject. Or try

Databases A-Z
if you already know the name of the database you need, or Search All to find databases by keyword searches. 

 - Use OneSearch@IU to search across up to 7 IUB-subscribed databases of your choice, simultaneously.

Online Full Text Journals - Use this link to access journals and newspapers to which the IUB Libraries have an online subscription. Use the "find a specific article" form to go from an article citation directly to the full text.

IU ScholarWorks - IUScholarWorks is a set of services from the IU Libraries and Digital Library Program to make the work of IU scholars freely available, while insuring that these resources are preserved and organized for the future. After testing on the Bloomington campus, the service will be offered to other IU campuses who are interested in participating.

Institutional Repositories - a small collection of sources related to institutional repositories: 

Many disciplines and academic institutions are developing centralized services to aid researchers. These repositories automatically update search engines and metadata harvesting services to the presence of new works, provide preservation services to insure the continued availability of materials in the repository and manage the administrative tasks necessary to keep rescues available on-line. It is also common practice to allow researchers to assign metadata to their documents that are relevant to their particular community to help improve the discoverability of their research. Most repositories also offer reader services such as browsing and full-text searching of the repositories contents, alert services that inform readers when new information matching their interests is added to the repository.

Open Access - The term "open access" refers to barrier-free online access to scholarly literature. There are many individuals and groups who advocate for greater open access in the scholalry communities. The links here provide further information about the open access movement.

E-Reserves - Articles and other materials are made available through the web especially for your class. Your instructor will provide you with the username and password you need to connect to these resources.

last updated: 7/15/2010