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Welcome TO MSU LIBRARY

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Welcome note from the University Librarian

Nyarai Patience Chibanda
University Librarian

Welcome to the Midlands State University Library, your gateway to research information. The MSU Library through its network of libraries and electronic resource centres provides research collections that are responsive to current and future teaching, learning and research needs of the University. As the MSU Library we wish to continue providing access to appropriate information resources that support quality research and teaching. Our Library is committed to facilitating increased use, access and management of library resources and collections through efficient and effective utilisation of Information Communication Technologies. Our qualified staff are always available to assist with your information needs.

Library Notices

Notices and Events

The library will be open during the Easter Holiday from 0800hrs to 1700hrs.

Remember that you will still have 24/7 access to online resources via the Library Website or Library Guides

Happy Easter!
Database of the Week

Sabinet - African Online Journals

SABINET (Southern African Bibliographical and Information Network) provides access to journal articles covering the following disciplines: Business, Finance , Law , Religion, Science, Technology , Agriculture , Social Sciences and Humanities.

Databases on Trial

Selden Society Publications and the History of Early English Law

This database brings early English manuscripts, yearbooks and more to the forefront, providing access to English and American legal history. In addition to primary publications, researchers will also find some of the most influential digests, abridgments, and modern encyclopedias that formed the foundation of English law.

Access this resource through HeinOnline.

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