About IU Library
Established in 2003, IU Library has become an integral part of the University for supporting a vibrant learning, teaching and research culture. The Library consists of 2 floors, with more than 1,000 square meters, modern equipment, and an automated library management system.
The strength of IU Library is in its collection. The printed collection, which includes textbooks and monographs, has evolved over a decade and thus provides students with a great variety of resources. Library users can also access well-known academic databases such as InfoTrac, Springer Link, Taylor & Francis, ProQuest, IEEE, ACS, and Wiley. Besides, every IU-affiliated user is eligible to access IUL institutional repository - an online Thesis Database.
Understanding the needs of students and teaching staff, IU Library is launching a number of initiatives for improving its quality: Enhancing the collections, furniture, and equipment to satisfy the growing demand; Providing more online utilities/products to maximize the access to collections; Providing training courses to develop research skills for students; and Developing quality consultation services.