A list of links to the online catalogs of other libraries, both here in Milwaukee, and around the world.
Class Reserves functions as an extension of the classroom. Copies of assigned readings, supplemental readings, previous tests and other materials are made available for short term loan (print copies) or are scanned and made available as PDFs online via the Ares System.
Encyclopedias, dictionaries, and many other reference materials are here. Though you will likely start with the online resources, there are print sources also ...
A list of the collections of electronic books to which we subscribe, and to sites that have links to collections of electronic books.
Links to directories of electronic journals and to collections of electronic journals to which Marquette subscribes or has access. Links to individual electronic journals are being added to MARQCAT, as access is established, so you can also check there for the availability of a particular title.
There are several ways to get things that the Marquette Libraries do not already have. Here is more information about other local libraries, reciprocal borrowing agreements, and of course our Interlibrary Loan service.
Each month the Marquette Libraries compile lists of new acquisitions to the collection (by subject and by format). The lists are created on the 15th of each month (or the following Monday if that date falls on a weekend) and replace the lists of the previous month.
Descriptions of over 400 online databases are provided. Databases can also be listed by discipline.
These subject-specific Research Guides are designed to help students and faculty with their library research.
The Raynor Memorial Libraries coordinate campus-wide access to Turnitin.com's Originality Checking, a service which enables faculty and students to maintain the University's high standards for academic honesty [http://www.marquette.edu/rc/academichonesty.php]. Originality Checking allows educators to check students' work for improper citation or potential plagiarism by comparing it against continuously updated databases. Every Originality Report provides instructors with the opportunity to teach their students proper citation methods as well as to safeguard their students' academic integrity.