Quick help; scroll down for computer help and advanced help options
Tips, especially for general questions such as proceedures to access resources and library services.
For tips to effectively use health- and rehabilitation science-related resources
1. Browse this guide; each tab corresponds to a page of the guide. Your comments are appreciated.
2. You are welcome to send an email question or propose times that you would be available to meet with University Library librarian Randall Halverson. See contact details at the far right panel.
Updates; scroll down for "How do I?" FAQs & self-study tutorials
TO ACCESS LIBRARY RESOURCES FROM OFF CAMPUS:
1. Start with a "library" link each time you first access a resource.
2. You should see an IU log in pop-up window. After you log in (authenticate) you should see a page to start using the resource.
1. First establish a VPN link; see IU Knowledge Base page Basics of VPN at IU . If needed, support is available from the technology Support Center.
2. Then access a resource that you are interested in.
How Do I?/FAQs
University Library's tutorials for orientation to research. These are voice narrated slides and screen shots.
Kimbel Library Instructional Videos from Coastal Carolina University (humorous & short: about 3 minutes each). Highlights include Scholarly versus Popular Articles" and "How to Locate Scholarly Articles."
- The University Library tutorials may open work best using Internet Explorer; for Safari and Chrome, look for a small icon to the upper right to all opening the file via Adobe Reader. Adobe 9 is required for viewing the tutorials.
- Some tutorials must be downloaded to fully function.
- Mac users will need to download the tutorials before viewing.
274-3668; UL 2140C
I'm happy to support your classwork or research. Please email or call; can leave a message. To meet, please send 2 or 3 days/times you could meet. Or see me at the "Ask Questions Here" desk most Fridays this semester 11am-1pm.