Shared digital library created and designed by partnership of major research libraries. HathiTrust has made a large collection of ebooks and other library materials temporarily available due to COVID-19 IU Libraries closures.
The Internet Archive, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, they provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, the print disabled, and the general public.
Database containing profiles on over 1.5 million individuals from all fields, including: government, business, science and technology, the arts, entertainment, and sports. Search by name, gender, occupation, geography, hobbies and interests, religion and more.
From 2016 through 2020, numerous student interns from the Office of the Bicentennial undertook the task of digging into the history of Indiana University and writing about unknown people, places, and events.
A first attempt at an alumni publication but it was only in print for one year. This link takes you to the one issue that has been digitized. Additional print issues are available through the Wells Library: https://iucat.iu.edu/catalog/2156250
This guide provides extensive sources on the history of Indiana University. Originally compiled by Associate Professor Andrea Walton with the help of her graduate students, this bibliography focuses on General Topics, Schools and Programs, and People and Figures of Indiana University. This is an excellent resource for students, faculty, staff, and general public looking for information on the history of Indiana University.
A book published by Indiana University in 1904 and edited by IU history professor Samuel Harding. The book discusses the history of IU, traces the development of IU's curriculum, and provides a list of publications by IU faculty, alumni, and students.