MARQCAT gives the Call Number and Location within the libraries and indicates whether the item is Available or checked out. Items may be requested by clicking on the "Request" icon.
Browse recently added books, including new items in the browsing collection using the "New Titles" feature in the left sidebar on MARQCAT and choose your subject area.
Databases: The libraries subscribe to more than 500 online article, data, text and image databases, ranging from discipline-specific subjects, such as CINAHL (nursing), LION (literature), and PsycInfo (psychology) to multidisciplinary databases, such as WorldCat, Lexis-Nexis Academic Universe, Web of Science and ProQuest Research Library.
Journals: The libraries provide access to more than 34,000 journals and other serials in digital format, including large e-journal "families" such as JSTOR, Project MUSE, American Chemical Society, IEEE, and Institute of Physics. MARQCAT provides listings of e-journals in broad disciplines, see link below. Some subscriptions to print journals are also maintained.
Off-campus access to electronic resources is available. The university's Virtual Private Network (VPN) may be used to access all electronic resources and some require VPN. Without VPN, users are prompted to enter their Marqnet username and password.
Two common ways to find out if the Libraries have access to the articles you need:
Click on in the article citation. Another window / tab opens with two possible options:
The MARQCAT record will indicate what years we have in print and/or online, providing call number locations for the print and links to the e-journal. Once at the e-journal, navigate to the volume, issue and page that you need.
Didn't find the journal using Find it @MU or MARQCAT? Request the article through Interlibrary Loan. This can be done directly from the link at the bottom of the Find it @MU window or tab.
The Libraries provide access to the collections of libraries around the world through our Interlibrary Loan services. Most transactions can be done entirely online through our online ILLiad service. full information can be found at the Interlibrary Loan site: