The Discovery and Research Services (DRS) department oversees the the IU Bloomington Libraries website and the discovery tool OneSearch@IU and participates actively in the development and implementation of the new discovery layer interface for IUCAT, the IU Libraries' shared statewide online catalog, as well as related online services. We proactively seek opportunities to collaboratively deliver transformative experiences that facilitate discovery and strengthen scholarship at Indiana University.

We strive to exceed expectations for internal and external constituencies as we develop, design, deliver, and support innovative services, systems, and tools. We embrace a user-centered approach, identifying and anticipating user needs through data analysis, usability testing, and assessment. We subscribe to a philosophy of continuous improvement achieved through an iterative design process to selectively implement existing and emerging technologies.

In partnership with library and campus units, DRS works to enhance enduser success and to fulfill our shared mission to support the teaching, learning and research of the University community.

In conjunction with our mission, we will use these guiding principles to strategically prioritize projects:

Dynamic  (data, services)  |  Experimental  (pioneering, innovative)  |   Collaborative   |  Transparent (seamless, open)  | Impact

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December 17th 2014 @ 11:46am Introducing sought-after content strategy speaker Anne Haines!
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Confab 2015 is open for business!

November 28th 2014 @ 5:05pm New databases for November
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The following list represents new subscription databases added to the A-

October 31st 2014 @ 5:05pm New databases for October
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The following list represents new subscription databases added to the A-

October 6th 2014 @ 2:07pm WeaveUX, issue 1: it’s here!
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It’s official: Issue No.

Contact Info

Wells Library W501
1320 East Tenth Street
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405
Courtney Greene McDonald
Courtney McDonald - Head
(812) 855-4217

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