Library catalogs are organized digital collections of print and electronic library resources, like books and journal publications. They're like search engines, but they specifically curate and organize print and electronic resources at the libraries. There are two catalogs at Raynor Memorial Libraries: the older MARQCAT and the newer MARQCATplus. You can use MARQCAT to search print resources at the libraries on campus, and you can use MARQCATplus to search print and electronic resources at the libraries and many other library databases.
MARQCATplus is the library’s version of Google because of the sheer number of results that you might get from a simple search. This brief video provides an overview of MARQCATplus and when you should use it instead of MARQCAT, the library catalog.
A quick overview of Findit@MU an app that helps you locate the full text of items across Marquette's many databases.
A brief introduction to the library catalog, MARQCAT. The catalog is for searching items that you can access right now like print books, e-books, and databases. You can search by title, author, subject, keyword, journal title, call number or ISBN number.