Teaching and Research Help at Newark
Research Help for Students
- Ask a Librarian
- You can contact us by email or chat, or set up a virtual appointment with one of our subject experts.
- Manage your citations
- Bibliographic citation management software allow users to collect and organize citations ranging from books, articles, or other materials for your research. Learn more about using EndNote, RefWorks, or Zotero to keep track of your sources.
- Connect with your Subject Librarian
- Not sure where to start? Our subject experts provide personalized guidance for your research needs.
Library Support for Instructors
- Reading Lists and Course Reserves
- Learn how to manage your reading lists in Canvas, or request that library staff add to your reserves list.
- Library Instruction and Information Literacy Program
- Library faculty (including archivists) can partner with instructors to teach sessions on library-related topics such as how to evaluate and use information effectively.
- Use Library Resources in Teaching
- The Libraries provide tutorials that can be integrated into your Canvas course. They cover a variety of topics, including choosing a topic, information literacy, search techniques, misinformation, synthesizing information, formatting citations, plagiarism, and more.
- Open and Affordable Textbook Program
- The Open and Affordable Textbooks Program is an incentive program that awards research funds to Rutgers faculty who make their courses more affordable for their students by using low-cost materials, library content, or open educational resources.