• Articles
  • Books & Media
  • Journals
  • Course Reserves
Search for course reserves
Search for journals, magazines, and newspapers
Search for books, music, movies, and more
Search for articles across multiple library databases

To find a journal, magazine, or newspaper article in the most popular databases in your subject area, enter your search term(s) and choose a subject from the pull-down menu. To view a complete list of indexes and databases available at Rutgers, click on View all databases. For more information see "How Do I Find an Article?"

To find books and more in the Library Catalog, enter your term(s) and select a search type in the pull-down menu. For more information see "How Do I Find a Book?"

To find a print or electronic journal in the Rutgers collections, enter its title or keywords in the title and select the appropriate search type in the pull-down menu. For more information, see "How Do I Find a Journal?"

To find a list of books, textbooks, and electronic articles placed on course reserve by your instructor, enter your instructor's last name and search. You can also use the pull-down menu to search by course title or number.

Computers

Desktop computers are available for the use of those who have valid NetIDs as well as for guests and alumni. The tables below show the number of computers available for each type of login. Additional computers are available for current students, faculty, and staff in labs maintained by the Office of Information Technology.

Wireless access is also provided for those with NetIDs. Current Rutgers students, faculty, and staff are eligible to checkout a laptop.


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Printing Help

For help with printing in the libraries please see someone at the Reference or Access Services Desks.


OIT Computer Labs in the Libraries


Policies

Children's Use of the Libraries and Electronic Resources
Children or adolescents, under the age of 18, with no university affiliation, must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times. Parents or adult guardians who bring children to the library are responsible for their protection and safety and must never leave children unattended. Children are expected to abide by all library user conduct and security policies. When a young child is in the library unattended by a parent or adult guardian, university police will be called to ensure the safety of the child and to assist in locating a parent or guardian. Parents or adult guardians are responsible for children's use of the Libraries, including access to the Internet. Library personnel may request identification to verify the age and university affiliation of any unaccompanied young person.
     Public Services Policy Memo 1: Access to Library Resources and Services: User Conduct and Security