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Materials Request Form: Use this form to request work related materials. If the State Library does not have the materials on hand, we will request them for you from another library. You can also request materials in person or by calling 317-232-3678.
References Services: Have a stumper or don’t have the time to hunt for an answer? Let us! The State Library offers reference services for state employees via Chat, email, telephone, or just come by the second-floor Reference Desk.
State Documents: This collection includes reports, historical materials, studies, statistics published by Indiana state agencies, including yours.
Just as the Indiana State Library is charged with archiving and making accessible state publications, state agencies are also charged with the responsibility of furnishing the State Library with their publications. If your agency has a publication that we are not receiving and you think other agencies could use it now or in the future, please contact the State Documents Coordinator at 317-232-5083.
Agency records go to State Archives
Federal Documents: We are Indiana’s Regional Federal Depository, which means we collect all items within the U.S. Government Printing Office’s federal depository program (the FDLP). This primarily includes reports, studies, serials, and historical material published by many federal agencies and Congressional documents, reports, and hearings. We also have the most current Code of Federal Regulations, Federal Register, U.S. Code, U.S. Statutes at Large, and Congressional Record.
State Data Center: We collect federal, state and local level statistical resources for Indiana and offer assistance navigating online and print Census Bureau data, both historic and current.
eMagazines & Audiobooks: Did you know that you have access to free eMagazines, audiobooks and other exclusive subscription databases? Check out these resources available for work or leisure.
Internet Computers We have 13 internet computers for public use. Sign in at the reference desk and show your state badge.
Free Meeting Areas Does your agency, division, or committee need a place to meet? The State Library offers free meeting rooms to state agencies for large or small groups. For more information about scheduling meeting rooms, contact Scott Lambert at 317-232-3701 or 317-464-7065 or email@example.com
Free Microfilm Prints The state library has a wealth of materials on microfilm including newspapers from all 92 counties in Indiana. We offer free microfilm copies to state employees for work related projects.
Free Photocopies State Employees receive free black and white copies of work related material.
Books and Journals with particular strength in American history, politics and government, education, public policy and management, and the environment. You can check most of our holdings through our online catalog.
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