If you need to locate someone in particular, these links might be helpful:
|Brew @ The Bridge||288-8752|
|Center for Teaching & Learning||288-0268|
|Circulation Services (Raynor)||288-7555|
|Collection Development Coordinator||288-7954|
|Conference Center and Beaumier Suites||288-6785|
|Dean’s Office—Library Administration||288-7214|
|Funding Information Center||288-1515|
|Information Desk–Ask A Librarian||288-7556|
|Library Information Technology||288-6043|
|Norman H. Ott Writing Center||288-5542|
|Renascence: Essays on Values in Literature||288-6725|
|Special Collections & University Archives||288-7256|
(On campus, dial 8 plus the four-digit extension)
The café offers beverages, light food, and snacks in a pleasant atmosphere with seating for almost 100, a selection of magazines and newspapers, and wired and wireless Internet access. When counter service is not available, vending machines are available. Beverages may be carried throughout the libraries in spillproof containers only; please, no food outside of the café.
(Raynor, Lower Level) offers flexible space for groups of 10-100. For more information visit: Conference Center Services. To inquire about facility availability and reservations contact the coordinator for Conference Center services at 288-6785.
ePublications@Marquette is Marquette’s online digital repository for MU scholarship. Faculty can deposit their published and unpublished work here, making it openly accessible online. Faculty interested in contributing and those who have questions should contact Ann Hanlon, digital projects librarian, at 288-1675 or visit http://epublications.marquette.edu/
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions are online.
Watch the University’s e-mailed News Briefs and the library’s web site for news, announcements, and events. Contact your librarian/subject specialist to receive e-mail news.
(Raynor, Level 3) offers opportunities for faculty and graduate students to design, develop, and apply new forms of instructional delivery. The flexible support service assists in course design, application of new technology, development of useful evaluation systems, and teaching a diverse student body. The Center encourages development of teaching expertise for both the teaching faculty and for graduate students who are preparing to teach. Hours are 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday to Friday during fall and spring semesters and by appointment during the summer. Call 288-0268.
(Memorial Level 1) publishes scholarly works in philosophy, theology, history, and other selected humanities. Director, Dr. Andrew Tallon (288-7298).
(Raynor, Level 2) offers personal tutoring to Marquette students, staff and faculty on all types of writing projects--from First-Year English to graduate theses. Hours during fall and spring semesters are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Evening and weekend hours subject to tutor availability and summer hours are by appointment. Call for an appointment (288-5542).