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How do I find books on campus?


Try Quick Search, or if you prefer, the MSMU Libraries Catalog.

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Can I borrow from another library?


Yes, we belong to a regional consortium called LINK+ This is a free service, from which you can request books not held by MSMU Libraries. These materials are generally available to you within 3-5 days.

Additionally, we can request materials for you through Interlibrary Loan (ILL) aka OCLC's WorldCat. These materials may come from anywhere in the country, but take up to 2 weeks in processing time, so please plan ahead when conducting research.

If you can't find the book you need at MSMU, try LINK+.

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If the book you need is not available in LINK+, try WorldCat and fill out an Interlibrary Loan (ILL) Materials Request form.

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What is Quick Search?


Quick Search is a discovery tool that can help you search many of the MSMU Libraries' databases at once. With just a single keyword search, Quick Search can retrieve hundreds of thousands of books, articles, videos, dissertations, and more. It is a great way to start your research before moving on to more specific sources and databases. Quick Search is built using EBSCO Discovery Service.

Note: Quick Search searches most, but not all of the libraries' subscription services as well as some Open Access content. As you delve further into your research, be sure to visit more specific resources and databases as needed.

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