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#myRUL Instagram Contest: Show us how you use the Libraries!

March 23, 2015
RUL instagram contest announcement

RUL instagram contest announcement

Rutgers University Libraries are eager to learn more about how we serve you.  Do you use our spaces for individual study or collaborative group projects?  How do you access and use our resources, both digital and analog?  How do the staff and librarians at Rutgers help you complete your work and achieve your goals?  We want to know!

All members of the Rutgers community are invited to participate in the #myRUL Instagram Contest. Sharing your story is easy and fun.  To enter, simply:

  • post a photo of a library space, resource, or service on Instagram,
  • include a descriptive caption, and
  • tag your photo using #myRUL.

Then, access the #myRUL web portal to view other submissions and vote on the best entries.

The Rutgers student whose photo receives the most votes will win an iPad Mini. Additional prizes will be awarded to four student runners up.  Be creative, have fun, and post as many pictures as you’d like!

The contest begins today and will run through Thursday, April 30.  Winners will be notified via Instagram on Friday, May 1.

For full rules and guidelines, visit the contest portal.  With questions or for more information, contact Art Librarian Megan Lotts.