Indiana Online Users Group

Registration is OPEN!

Register now for the Spring 2016 Conference – DIY UX: Innovate. Create. Design. The conference will be from 9:00am to 3:45pm on Friday, May 20th at the Indiana Wesleyan University North Campus at 3777 Priority Way, Indianapolis, IN 46240. Suzanne Chapman, keynote speaker and User Experience Librarian at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, will […]

Teach Me Tech program agenda now available!

We’ve got a great program lined up for the upcoming Fall conference: Teach Me Tech! The program agenda is now available, and includes sessions on training and inspiring with emerging technologies, panels on social media and video creation, connecting with online students using multimedia and technology, making maker spaces, and so much more! Register now! Conference […]

Spotlight On: Shawn Denny

Another chance for you to meet one of the IOLUG board members is here! Shawn Denny works for Taylor University as the Information Services Librarian. He manages the electronic information resources and technology for the Taylor University Zondervan library, with a focus on developing applications to improve the management of the library and the user […]

Spotlight On: Rebecca Johnson

Here’s your chance to get to know another one of our IOLUG Board members. Rebecca Johnson is the Instruction & Emerging Technologies Librarian at Manchester University. A 2010 graduate of the MLIS program at the Indianapolis campus of Indiana University and Past President of IOLUG, she is dedicated to instilling a sense of life-long learning […]

Did You Know: Indiana State Library Launches *NEW* INSPIRE Interface

The Indiana State Library has given it’s INSPIRE interface a fresh, new look. For those unfamiliar, INSPIRE is a state website that provides Hoosiers with free access to many resources, including historical, educational and scientific journals, genealogy resources, and more. Jacob Speer, State Librarian, notes that the updated INSPIRE system has updated features, a more […]

IOLUG © 2017. Founded in 1982, IOLUG is an organization established for the purpose of furthering the use of online systems, databases, computers, and telecommunication systems in libraries. Membership is open to all individuals interested in electronic information access systems.

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