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New Digital Learning Commons
In Spring 2021, the Rutgers–New Brunswick Chancellor’s Office is partnering with the Office of Information Technology, the Office of Disability Services, and New Brunswick Libraries to create the Digital Learning Commons at Alexander Library. This forward-looking destination will enrich the student experience through diverse and flexible space configurations along with blended state-of-the-art, accessible research library resources and technology tools.
Special Collections and University Archives
Home to the largest, most comprehensive collection of New Jersey materials in the state, Special Collections and University Archives is a rich resource for research on both New Jersey and Rutgers history. The collections include rare books, manuscripts, maps, photographs, prints, genealogical resources, newspapers, ephemera, and much more.
News and Events at New Brunswick Libraries
New Brunswick Libraries host workshops throughout the year on topics such as Python, R, text analysis, GIS, NVivo, Amarel, and more tools to help you with your research.