NEW Alcohol Studies & Economics resources on Libraries' website
The Rutgers University Libraries are pleased to announce two useful new online research tools - a new Alcohol Studies research guide and a revised & expanded Economics research guide. Both guides are available on the Libraries' website, accessible from the Research and Reference Gateway page.
The alcohol studies research guide allows users to search for information in three areas - databases and indexes, internet resources, and an annotated guide to print resources. This guide also offers links to related Rutgers resources such as the departments of biochemistry, psychology, and sociology; the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology; and the School of Social Work. The guide includes a concise overview of the strengths of the Alcohol Studies Library, located in Brinkley & Adele Smithers Hall, on the Busch campus.
To access this research guide, please click here. For more information on this resource please send email to the guide's author - Penny Page, Center of Alcohol Studies Librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The economics research guide provides information under three primary headings - indexes, data and text resources, and organizations. The guide also includes links to related Rutgers resources such as the departments of economics in Camden, Newark, and New Brunswick; the department of agricultural economics and marketing (New Brunswick); government information resources; the Scholarly Communication Center of the Rutgers University Libraries; and other resources.
To access this research guide, please click here. For more information on this resource please send email to the guide's author - Ryan Womack, Business Information Services Librarian, at email@example.com.
Posted November 5, 1999