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Welcome! Madonna University Library advances the University mission by supporting the research needs and enhancing the information literacy skills of students, faculty, and staff. The library provides quality resources, research assistance and instruction in an atmosphere that reflects Christian service and values. Explore. Discover. Create. @ your library.
Upcoming Library Events:
Meet the Author: Thursday May 19th at 6:00 p.m.
Join us as we welcome Melissa Grunow, author of REALIZING RIVER CITY: A MEMOIR . An award-winning writer, Grunow's essays have appeared in River Teeth, New Plains Review, Blue Lyra Review, Temenos, and Yemassee, among many others. She is also a live storyteller and regularly competes in NPR's Moth StorySLAM in Detroit. (Event Details)
Graduate Student Research Bootcamp (Spring/2016): Designed
specifically for the graduate student. Topics include: Researching
Literature in Your Discipline, Utilizing Advanced Database Search
Techniques, Writing a Literature Review, and Organizing and Managing
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