The front steps of the library are being replaced this summer. During construction, please use the side ramp to enter the library.
Join the Center for Youth Political Participation and the Rutgers University Debate Union as they debate immigration issues for the upcoming November election and a discussion from Rutgers faculty on how current politics will make an impact. Pizza will be served!
RU Citing? Solutions & Strategies for Avoiding Plagiarism is on display at Carr Library now through December 22, 2018.
This exhibit explores different types of plagiarism, such as plagiarism of words, ideas, structure, self, and authorship. It includes tips on taking notes, citing, and best practices for avoiding plagiarism more generally.
Information about different types of plagiarism such as plagiarism of words, ideas, structure, self, and authorship are displayed. The exhibit provides tips on taking notes, citing, and generally avoiding plagiarism. Connections between each type of plagiarism and the Rutgers University Academic Integrity policy, as well as more information and links to resources and tutorials are available online at libguides.rutgers.edu/plagiarism.
Begun in 1985, the Guerilla Girls art collective was composed of women artists. Their printed posters used humor to highlight sexism, racism in the art world, and political issues. This collection of posters, housed in SC/UA , consists of 32 original posters created from 1980s to 1990s.
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A new post on the Margery Somers Foster Center blog features an interactive timeline of Douglass Residential College, spanning the period from 1913 to 2010.
It explores the college’s history through images and descriptive captions of the important people, places, and events that have contributed to Douglass as we know it today—an institution that recently celebrated its 100th anniversary and is globally recognized as a leader in women’s education.