This guide serves as a starting point for access to all that IUP Libraries can offer you as a student taking courses online, at the Regional and Satellite Campuses, or in a hybrid course. As you will see throughout the guide, a majority of IUP Libraries' resources and services are available to you off-campus simply through the Libraries' website at www.iup.edu/library. In the cases where services or resources are not available remotely, we have alternatives to get the resources to you. Use this guide if you have questions on library services offered to you, how the library can help you, how to use the library, or what resources you can access via the library.
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (814) 938-1381. If you are taking classes on the Punxsutawney Campus, you can also come see me in the library during my office hours on Mondays from 1:00-4:00 and Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10:00-12:30.
You may also have a librarian and/or library learning materials incorporated into your D2L or Moodle course. The librarian and/or the materials embedded in your course will provide instruction and assistance on using the library to complete your assignments.
You can use the Answers @ IUP Libraries service to search a list of FAQs or submit a new question. Your question will be answered by the IUP Librarian who is monitoring the service at that time.
You can also contact the Subject Specialist Librarian for your department for help. Their names and email addresses are available at the Liaison Program Page.