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Check out, Charge Up at the Libraries

September 23, 2016
Surge protector and cables

What’s a study session Snapchat without a happy battery filter?

Rutgers University Libraries have what you need to make sure your mobile device stays at 100%. Visit the circulation desk at any of the following Rutgers–New Brunswick libraries to borrow a Lightning cable, Micro-USB cable, or USB-port surge protector: Alexander, Art, Douglass, Kilmer, and Math & Physics Libraries or the Library of Science and Medicine.

The loan period is four hours and the materials are for in-library use only.

These items are the latest additions to our lending programs which allow students to borrow study aids such as whiteboards, dry-erase markers, calculators, and even molecular modeling sets. Don’t forget that we also loan technology including laptops and audiovisual equipment.

What other supplies would you like to see available for checkout at the Libraries? Tell us at the circulation desk or email us with your ideas.