See a guide to using the library for teaching, classwork, and research during the coronavirus outbreak: https://guides.library.msstate.edu/coronavirus
Are you a distance learner or doing research away from the main campus? If so, you still have access to a wide range of library resources and services.
Search Research Databases
For best results, first log into the MSU Virtual Private Network before clicking on a database name.
You may also be able to access the library's research databases by entering your Net ID and Net Password when clicking on a database name, but logging into the VPN is the most efficient method.
Get Items from the Library's Electronic Collection
The library provides access to thousands of electronic journals.
In research databases, look for full text links or click on the Find It button.
Get Articles from the Library's Print Collection
Use the the Interlibrary Library Loan system (ILLiad).
Articles and book chapters can be sent electronically.
Free service for "Campus 5" students and MSU-ES and MAFES employees based outside of the main campus.*
All current faculty, staff, and graduate students are allowed to use up to $250 per fiscal year of this service without charge.
Get Books from the Library's Print Collections
Search for the book in the Online Catalog.
For "Campus 5" distance education students, you can use the Place Hold button for any book in the MSU collection, and we can mail the book to you. (You will just need to pay for return shipping.)
Get Research Assistance
Feel free to contact me, Brad Brazzeal, at (662) 325-7969 or email@example.com.
You can also get assistance by chat or phone by clicking on the Ask-A-Librarian logo.