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Distance Learning: Home

 

 

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Welcome!

The Marshall University Libraries is here to help with your online research needs. MU students have access to over 100 databases in various subject areas, and more than 4500 unique journal, magazine and newspaper titles in full-text.  

If we don’t have instant access to what you need, we provide interlibrary loan. 

We also have document delivery service and research assistance to students in classes offered through the Marshall University regional campuses, BlackBoard online courses, dual enrollment and military programs.

We invite you to make the Libraries' homepage (http://www.marshall.edu/library) your starting point for accessing a wealth of quality online resources!


This guide was created to help MU's distance students who always planned to take online classes, but if you are a student during the 2020 semesters impacted by COVID-19 and are not used to accessing the library's resources online, this guide is for you, too! 


Marshall University logo  For up-to-date university information about COVID-19, please visit https://www.marshall.edu/wellness/influenza-information-and-coronavirus-update/




RECENT GUIDE EDITS

On April 20th, 2020, this guide was edited for organizational purposes. No content was removed, but some content was added. Looking for something you saw once, but can't find now? Email this guide's owner at sarah.mollette@marshall.edu.