The IU Bloomington Libraries are one of the leading academic research library systems in North America, providing strong collections, quality service and instructional programs, and leadership in the application of information technologies.
The Bloomington campus library holdings include more than 6 million bound volumes and more than 17 million other materials, including manuscripts, maps, music, microforms, and films. The IU Bloomington Libraries comprise the Main Library (which houses collections in the humanities and social sciences), subject-specific campus libraries, and other units such as the Wylie House Museum and University Archives.
The Indiana University Web Sites collection is an extension of the holdings of the University Archives which is responsible for the appraisal, acquisition, preservation and use of University records of permanent value and the private records of individuals and organizations associated with Indiana University. The Archive includes sites created by the University community.