INCat: The Indiana Catalog
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INCat is a web-based statewide catalog of more than 24.5 million titles in over 400 Indiana public, academic, school, business, medical and other special libraries. INCat users may search the entire catalog or search sub-views such as geographic region or library type. Users can search INCat by author, title, subject, keyword and more through a single search interface.
- East Central
- North Central
- Northwest Central
- Southwest Central
Library Types in Indiana
- Health Science
Access INCat's resources to:
- Find materials in local libraries. Library users can easily identify which materials are readily available at their local library or other libraries in the area. If materials are not available locally, use inter-library loan to request them and have them sent to your library.
- See cover art, read book excerpts, and follow links to review sources such as Book Review Digest from within the record.
- Add comments, reviews, or tables of contents to any materials in the catalog.
- Perform extensive research on any topic. Researchers can identify the unique materials available in libraries to support their original research. They can follow the publication history of a work, create in-depth author, composer, illustrator, or performer bibliographies, and identify others who have published in the same subject area.
- Access materials in other languages and special formats. INCat easily brings non-English speaking users and people with disabilities to materials they might not be able to find elsewhere.
- Conduct genealogy research. INCat can be the library's gateway to family histories and related materials in libraries around Indiana.