The Content Management and Delivery FAQ details the process and requirements for use of this service. Non-IU School of Medicine library users can find pricing information for the document delivery service via Loansome Doc.
The Ruth Lilly Medical Library offers a range of collections, services and expertise to ensure IU School of Medicine’s continued success in education, research and patient care. An IU School of Medicine network ID (username and passphrase) is required to access the majority of assets within the library resources.
Librarians provide a wide variety of classes based on the needs of IU School of Medicine students, faculty and staff. A library liaison can work with faculty members to develop a class tailored to a specific specialty, curriculum or research assignment.
Library users can access a Medical Librarian for assistance with questions about the library’s resources or services; literature searches or other research for grant proposals, publications, presentations, research or educational program development; author searching, citation tracking and altmetrics; NIH Public Access issues, NIH biosketches; basics of data curation, data preservation and data sharing; and help using Endnote.
Indiana University School of Medicine has a vast array of technology resources that are specific to education, research and clinical practice, and the Library Technology Team actively pursues collaborative projects that enhance learning spaces and benefit students, staff, faculty and researchers. The Library Technology Team manages the Library’s website and works to integrate technology into the Library’s learning spaces (The Nexus I and II) and services. The Team also explores health care applications of social media, mobile apps, 3D printing, and augmented and virtual reality.