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The Walker Library at MTSU is converting the book collection from the Dewey Decimal system of organization to the Library of Congress (LC) system. Find out how to locate books with the new system, and learn some new tricks along the way. (length: 3:38)
Learn how to find a primary research article using our JEWL Search (length 2:18).
Learn about the different types of reservable spaces in the Walker Library at MTSU and how to book them online (length: 4:21).
The Curriculum Collection at the Walker Library is a resource for education majors and anyone needing K-12 materials (length: 8:36).
If the library doesn't own a book or article that you need, we can borrow it for you from another library at no cost. This video shows you how to place a request. More about Interlibrary Loan (length: 3:54)
Can't decide which topic to choose for your research paper or speech? Already have a topic, but it's too broad? We have resources to help you choose from hundreds of interesting topics. Featured tools include Opposing Viewpoints and CQ Researcher from the Choosing a Topic Research Guide (length: 6:54).
This quick tour will show how to access the most popular resources and services (length: 2:16).
Walker Library offers many tools and services for lifelong learning. From test prep to career skills to writing help, we can help you succeed as an adult learner (length: 2:49).