The International University of Business and Law Library & Collections

      The Library is a repository of knowledge and the informational hub of campus. Students and faculty come together here for the serious work of scholarship and to collaborate with library and computing staff. Researchers pore over books and conduct investigations through our wide selection of online databases. Committed to the life of the mind and the major functions of teaching, learning and research, the library blends the latest information technologies with traditional books and media.
      The collections of the IUBL Library support teaching, study, and research in the disciplines represented in the IUBL curriculum. The collections offer both historical depth in established fields of knowledge as well as current scholarship in new areas of research, and provide a wealth of information in formats ranging from traditional print collections to a variety of electronic and media resources.

The Main Library Collections
      The print collections of the Library have over ten thousand volumes, including a reference collection of about 2,000 volumes, the circulating book collection in the main stacks, and bound periodicals on level C.

Music and Media Collections
      Video and sound recording collections are housed in and serviced from the Music and Media Center on Level 1. There are four group listening rooms, a seminar room, and a number of media carrels located in or near the Music and Media Center. All of these areas offer equipment designed for playback of the music and media resources. The collection consists of over 1,000 CDís, 5,00 DVDís and videos, and covers most areas of study on campus.

Image Collections & Services/Slide and Digital Image Collection
      Located on Level A of the library, the Image Collections consists of a substantial collection of slides and digital images that support IUBL academic programs. Primarily illustrating the history of art and architecture, collection holdings span all time periods and geographic areas. These materials are a teaching collection for IUBL faculty.