The Center for Research Libraries (CRL) is a consortium of North American universities, colleges and independent research libraries. The consortium acquires and preserves newspapers, journals, documents, archives and other traditional and digital resources for research and teaching. These resources are then made available to member institutions cooperatively, through interlibrary loan and electronic delivery. The Marquette University Libraries are a full member of CRL.
Class Reserves functions as an extension of the classroom providing required and recommended readings and other study materials.
Here are the copyright guidelines that faculty should be aware of when considering which materials to place on electronic reserve.
Find out how to import a library module into your D2L course and to assign a Marquette librarian to it.
For researchers working with data and related funder mandates, find guidance and resources to help you understand, plan for, and implement data management plans.
This page brings together scholarship produced by Marquette authors, and digitized archival resources from the University's collections.
Raynor Memorial Libraries offer a number of services tailored for faculty research and instructional needs.
From master's papers to theses, the Libraries offer services to help with focused research.
The Libraries offer a number of services to assist undergraduates in their learning experiences.
The Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service at Marquette University obtains material not held on campus for Marquette faculty, staff, and students through local, state, and national library networks. Click above to learn more about the ILL service; or logon directly to the ILL request system.
Librarians will meet with you one-on-one to help you with your research, or to give you an overview of library services and resources. Click above for a web form to request a consultation.
These Research Guides are designed to help students and faculty with their library research. They are subject-specific.
Learn more about developments in scholarly publishing and communication.