- EZ Borrow
If you want to borrow a book that MU Libraries do not own, borrow from this group. Most items ship within 3-5 business days and can be borrowed for a 6 week period.
- Google Scholar
If you are on campus a Google Scholar search will help to identify items fulll text articles that are availalbe through library subsriptions and holdings. On campus and off campus, Google Scholar will greatly expand your search results.
- IDS/ILL (Information Delivery & Interlibrary Loan)
Request articles and other items that are not available through the MU Libraries. Articles are often delivered within 24 business hours to your desktop.
- Marshall Digital Scholar (MDS)
Marshall Digital Scholar (MDS) is an Institutional Repository (IR). Institutional Repositories (IRs) bring together all of a University's research under one umbrella, with an aim to preserve and provide access to that research. IRs are an excellent vehicle for working papers or copies of published articles and conference papers. Presentations, senior theses, and other works not published elsewhere can also be published in the IR.
- MU Catalog
This is the most comprehensive search we offer. Our catalog will search for print, online, and other media such as music, VHS, DVD, micofilm, and microform. Search all locations or only one location.
- MU Databases
Seach this comprehensive list of all electronic packages that are available to you.
- MU Journals Search
Locate journals, newspapers, and other serials by searching by title, subject, or package. Searching will show print, online, and microfilm.
- My Library Account
Monitor items you've checked out, renew items (some exceptions apply), save searches, and build title lists.
If you have an ipad, iphone, or other mobile device, check out these useful apps.
Molecules is an application for viewing three-dimensional renderings of molecules and manipulating them using your fingers. You can rotate the molecules by moving your finger across the display, zoom in or out by using two-finger pinch gestures, or pan the molecule by moving two fingers across the screen at once.
- NOVA Elements
Find out why the periodic table is shaped the way it is, what gives each element its own unique set of properties, and even how elements combine to make everyday objects such as a cup of coffee.