Located on the first floor of the East Tower of Wells Library, the IU Scholars’ Commons is envisioned as a vibrant, attractive central-campus space dedicated to technologies and services that support in-depth scholarship and scholarly community. Scholars will come to this facility to use cutting-edge technologies, attend seminars and consult with experts on tools, collections and innovative approaches that further their research in the humanities, arts, sciences and social sciences. In addition to a cohesive set of technologies and services, the IU Scholars’ Commons will be a flexible space for building community and sparking interdisciplinary inquiry.

Indiana University has an impressive array of services and technologies that will form the first phase of this project. Currently, these services are scattered around campus, supported by the libraries and other units and centers: e.g., UITS, Office of the Vice Provost for Research, Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, College of Arts and Sciences (including CAHI, CATAPuLT, and the Social Science Research Commons) Data to Insight Center, University Graduate School, and many more. Bringing these services together, physically and/or virtually, will form an excellent support structure for outstanding scholarship across disciplines.

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Herman B Wells Library
1320 E 10th St.
Bloomington, IN 47405
Diane Dallis
Diane Dallis - Associate Dean for Library Academic Services
(812) 855-5679

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