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The goal of the MSU Libraries is to help you succeed in your courses at MSU. Please email or call me (Emilia Marcyk) if I can help you use the library or our resources in any way.
Using the Library
Accessible Technology Center
The Accessible Technology Center is located in room W124 on the first floor of the Main Library. It is open whenever the library is open. Ask at the Circulation Desk for the key
User Guides for Assistive Technology Center
Guides for using equipment in the Assistive Technology Center
Text Remediation Service
If you encounter inaccessible library material, we can help remediate it.
Use this page to explore spaces available in the library. You can filter by quiet study and by accessibility features.
Getting Started with Research
Peer Research Assistants
During the fall and spring semesters, students are available in Brody, Holden, Hubbard and McDonel to help you use the library's online tools or do research for a paper
Research Basics Modules
Captioned videos that introduce various research skills for college. Many of these are covered in WRA 101 (first year writing) when you come to the library
Quick Library Tips
Short, captioned videos that show you how to use some library tools, like searching for articles or books
Your courses may have a guide to doing research created for you by a librarian. Here is the complete list.