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Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences

Pertains to the science of normal speech processes, language, and hearing along with research and study of communication disorders.

Helpful Information


Available study spaces within IU Libraries can be found here: 



Take advantage of the many opportunities afforded to the IU community! The following is not an exhaustive list of opportunities offered in the Libraries, let alone across campus and around Bloomington.
  1. Scholars' Commons Events: Brown bags, tutorials, workshops, etc. on everything from basic library research to citation management software to virtual reality.
  2. Institute for Digital Arts & Humanities Events: Discussions and workshops on anything and everything digital.
  3. Moving Image Archive Events: Usually free and sometimes including a discussion with filmmakers or scholars.


Poster Printing

Poster printing is available in the Herman B Wells Library on the 4th floor of the West Tower (Learning Commons). Information about the plotter printers, including hours and specific details can be found here


Tools to Get the Job Done

  • IUWare offers software to support your teaching and learning. Adobe products, Microsoft Suite, 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. 


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).
The Libraries acquired access to the Washington Post as well. You can access the newspaper through the link without having to register for an account.