MSU’s Mitchell Memorial Library is an outstanding source for research and information which you can access. Whether seeking content for a paper you’re writing or needing something as practical as information about creating an Excel spreadsheet, you’ll find the library very user friendly. If you can’t find what you need immediately, our engaged librarians are standing by to help with their expertise and a smile.
MS State Online Information Portal
The best place for you to start is the MS State Online Portal which is design specifically with you in mind. You’ll find all kinds of links to resources to help with papers and research. There are also great videos to help with the functional skills you may need – Word Formatting Tips & Tricks, Illustrator 101 and InDesign 101 just to name a few.
Theses and Dissertations
Working on your thesis or dissertation and need some assistance? Mitchell Memorial Library offers online resources to help you get to the finish line. Whether its a workshop on formatting or reminders about deadlines, our library has all the resources you could need to help you with your thesis.
Ask a Librarian
Don’t you love that idea? If you’re struggling with finding the resources you need, an MSU librarian is only a click away! Our librarians can help you decide on a research topic, locate articles and books, and much more.
MaxxSouth Digital Media Center
The new Maxx South Digital Media Center empowers its users, whether novice or highly experienced, to perfect their digital applications skills. While there are great physical assets on campus, almost all of the material is accessible online. Tutorials on most Adobe and Microsoft programs can be found here. There are also a variety of online workshops held each semester. Go ahead and take a look! We’ve designed this center to make our students successful.
Library YouTube Channel
Everyone knows it’s the first place you go to learn how to do something, so it stands to reason that Mitchell Library has put a broad range of resources on its YouTube channel. Watch tutorials on research methods or how to access online articles and books. Software tutorials include Camtasia, Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite programs. And there’s so much more…
Have we covered most of your needs?
If not, you are always welcome to call the Reference Department at the library, 662-325-7667 or Blair Booker, the Distance Education Librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re here to help!