Remember to always check with your local public or library to see if they have the item. If they don't, they may have an interlibrary loan service where they will request it from a partner library for you.
Do you live far away, but need an item from an MU Library that can be scanned and emailed? (For example, a journal article, a book chapter, a newspaper or magazine article, etc.) Then you can request it via MU Library's Interlibrary loan. (Please note that copyright restrictions may apply to some items.)
Online students can only request items from a Marshall library, not another university library (that is, from EZBorrow or Interlibrary Loan) to be mailed to their homes.
But, if you are within driving distance of either the Huntington or South Charleston campus, you can request physical materials (books, DVDs, music scores) via EZBorrow or Interlibrary Loan and pick them up on campus.