University of Indianapolis

Krannert Memorial Library

The Krannert Memorial Library was completely renovated in 2015 to create a 21st-century active learning environment with collaborative space for research, scholarship and engagement. UIndy’s Library is a campus destination with access to knowledgeable librarians, excellent information resources and a variety of educational technologies. The Library is open to everyone and we welcome members of the community and outside researchers.

Library Resources

Tutorials about the information life cycle, developing a research topic, finding and evaluating sources of information, etc.

Archives & Other Libraries

Frederick D. Hill Archives
The purpose of the archives is to collect, organize, preserve, and make available for research the official University records.

Other Local Libraries
You can access the catalogs of other libraries

Faculty Resources

Course Reserves
Reserve materials for courses

Policies & Copyright

Copyright & Fair Use
What is copyright? How long does a copyright last? What is fair use?

Library Policies
Loan periods, renewals, fines, donating books to the library

Copyright & Academic Integrity
Sources must be used and cited properly to avoid plagiarism that can lead to academic misconduct.


KML provides access to over 100 databases

Search or browse over 100,000 journals and articles

Schedule Research Help
Meet with a Librarian to assist with research.

Google Scholar
Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature.

Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan
The Interlibrary Loan Service provides access to books and journal articles which are not available in the Krannert Memorial Library.

Library Staff

Library Liaisons
Who to contact in the library for an academic department’s subject matter