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COLL C104 Opinions, Beliefs, and Truth: Psychology & Neuroscience

This guide provides information about library services and specific resources to support learning about topics within psychology and neuroscience.

File Storage

Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive are great places to store and share files. IU has accounts with both!

Tools to Get the Job Done

  • IUWare offers software to support your research and learning. Adobe products, Microsoft Suite (PowerPoint, Word, Excel, etc.), Endnote (citation mangagement), and many others are available free to download
  • IUanyWare allows IU affiliates to run IU-certain software applications without having to install them on your computer. 

Writing Tutorial Services

Writing Tutorial Service (WTS) tutors can benefit IU Bloomington students with any writing background on any type of academic writing, including:
  • Brainstorming
  • Outlining
  • Grammar
  • Content
  • Formatting
  • Revising
Students are encouraged to come in with specific questions at any stage of the writing process.
Appointments can be scheduled here.

Newspaper Subscriptions

IU Libraries provides subscription access to The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal
Each require a quick one-time activation using your IU email address – then you can access all content from a web browser or via smartphone and tablet apps from any location. (Your access will need to be renewed periodically - more information about this is included within the links above).