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Welcome to MU Libraries
This guide offers a brief overview of how to conduct research using Marshall University's resources. In reading through this tutorial, you will gain an understanding as to how conducting academic or scholarly research using the library's tools differs from using more common means of finding information (Google, etc.). You will also be introduced to some of the reasons why it is preferable to conduct research using the scholarly resources available through the university library.
If you need further assistance, please click the Ask a Librarian link below, where you can contact a librarian about any questions you may have. You can also find information about scheduling research consultations with a librarian.
The Drinko Library is located on the western side of campus, directly to the south of Old Main. At Drinko, you may borrow books, DVDs, and more. If you need a space where you can work privately or with a group, study rooms are available on the first, second, and third floors. The library also has numerous computers (accessible with a Marshall login) and a reading room (on the second floor).
Morrow Library is located on Third Avenue on the north side of campus. The Morrow Library houses three significant collections:
MU Graduate College Library
The Graduate College Library is located on the first floor of the Robert C. Byrd Academic and Technology Center.
Health Science Library
The Health Science Library is located in Cabell-Huntington Hospital (at 1340 Hal Greer Boulevard in Huntington's south side).