Instructional Support Services: Information about classroom assessment, course development, technology assistance, graphics for artwork, databases, and presentations, teaching consultation, and help with classroon equipment emergencies.
Teaching & Learning Magazine: Published twice a year (in March and September) by the Office of Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculties, it features stories about innovative teaching and learning at Indiana University Bloomington. Stories cover the entire campus and reflect the perspectives of both teachers and students.
Textbook Rentals: Renting textbooks is often cheaper than buying. Visit this site for information on renting textbooks.
Plagiarism Policy for Instructors: The Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct, which is a system-wide set of policies that applies to all campuses, sets out the rights and expectations for all IU students. The Procedures at IU Bloomington applies only to the Bloomington campus. Clicking on the above link will take you to the section of the code that deals with plagiarism and instructors. The actual plagiarism reporting form can be found here at the Student Ethics site.
Dissertation Support Groups: This group will focus on peer and emotional support, goal setting, and anxiety/stress management. This is an open group and students can join anytime provided there is space available.
The University Graduate School: Paying for graduate school, degree programs, academic resources, fellowships, grantwriting, thesis preparation – all the nuts and bolts stuff for being a graduate student.
Library Services: Connect to the IU library system and search academic databases.
Interfolio Document Management: Interfolio is a subscriber-based online document management company. For a minimal annual subscription rate ($15), you can store, manage and distribute valuable documents (letters of rec, CVs, writing samples, evaluations, transcripts, etc).
Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC)
CIC is an academic consortium of twelve major teaching and research universities in the Midwest, including IU. It offers programs for everything from helping to waive grad application fees to establishing scholar exchanges.
GPSO HQ has moved!
We are now located in Kirkwood Hall, Suite 103.
The GPSO Office includes a small space with couches which is available for group meetings, work space, and two large offices.
All officers available by appointment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The GPSO office may be reserved for campus group meetings by emailing email@example.com