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Information for online classes and distance learners at ISU. It is the responsibility of Indiana State University Library to provide access to library materials and databases to ISU students no matter where they take a course.

Cheryl Blevens

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Cheryl Blevens
My office hours are held at Reference Desk next to the Checkout Services. Tuesdays & Wednesdays 1:30 - 3:00 pm
Librarian for English, Languages, Literatures, & Linguistics, Theater, Art, & Music Departments and the Browsing Materials Collection. Distance Services Librarian
Cunningham Library

Room 104
812-237-8986 or cell 812-249-2351

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Student Services Concierge

The Student Services Concierge-is especially designed to help ISU distance learners achieve their educational goals. Staff members are prepared to advocate for distance learners and assist with any of the processes necessary to start and complete their ISU coursework.

This includes assistance with:

* Admissions
* Academic departments
* Faculty and staff
* Financial aid
* Disabled students services
* Any other area on campus

For further information, visit


Student Services Concierge
Distance Learning
Extended Learning
(812) 237-2288


Contact Information

Cunningham Memorial Library at Indiana State University offers one stop shopping for students.  Whether students need help with researching a topic, writing a paper, or finding a book, ISU Library is The Campus Living Room. Effective services to distance education students is a priority of the ISU Library. Additional information about Library Services for Distance Education Students is available online.

 The library promotes the educational and research missions of ISU by providing the collections, services, and environments that lead to intellectual discovery, creativity, and the exchange of ideas. The library collections include more than two million items. The library catalog facilitates access to over 3000 electronic books and over 10,000 electronic government documents. Preference is given to collecting journals and periodicals in an online format. The library provides access to over 230 databases that include journals, magazines, newspapers, electronic books, and other sources.

Click LibGuides Home at the top of this page to find other useful Library Guides.

Arvin, Shelley

Applied Health Sciences; Applied Medicine and Rehab; Biology; Chemistry; Genetic Counseling; Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport; Nursing; Physics

 (812) 237-2605

Blevens, Cheryl

Art; Browsing Books/Magazines; Distance Learning; English; Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics (LLL); Music; Theatre

 (812) 237-8986

Campbell, Edith

Bayh College of Education; Economics; History; Teaching Materials Collection

 (812) 237-2058

Evans, Karen

Communication; Motorsports; Political Science; Psychology; School of Criminology and Security Studies; Scott College of Business; Social Work

 (812) 237-8824

Gustafson, Melissa

Government Publications ; Earth and Environmental Systems (EES)

 (812) 237-2057

Miller, Marsha

Multidisciplinary Studies

 (812) 237-2606

Patton, Stephen

Technology; Math and Computer Science

 (812) 237-3180

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Distance Learning: Time Management for Research

Distance students engaging in research should allow an extra two weeks in their time management to allow for interlibrary loan deliveries. Visit an online reference session at least 3-4 weeks before the research project is due.


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