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IU SLIS

Indiana University School of Library & Information Science

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Welcome! This is a community pertaining to the Indiana University School of Library & Information Science. If you are a current student, alumni, or just a fan, this is a great way to meet classmates, keep in touch with old friends, and network.


  • Do you choose courses based on whether or not they meet in the classroom with windows?

  • Do you wish you had someone with whom to reminisce about your professor's political jokes?

  • Have you ever gotten lost trying to find the so-called "second floor"?

  • Do you miss having a pink locker?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this is the community for you!
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