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To find a journal, magazine, or newspaper article in the most popular databases in your subject area, enter your search term(s) and choose a subject from the pull-down menu. To view a complete list of indexes and databases available at Rutgers, click on View all databases. For more information see "How Do I Find an Article?"

To find books and more in the Library Catalog, enter your term(s) and select a search type in the pull-down menu. For more information see "How Do I Find a Book?"

To find a print or electronic journal in the Rutgers collections, enter its title or keywords in the title and select the appropriate search type in the pull-down menu. For more information, see "How Do I Find a Journal?"

To find a list of books, textbooks, and electronic articles placed on course reserve by your instructor, enter your instructor's last name, course name, or course number and search.

Schedule Instruction

To schedule library instruction sessions for your course, or to discuss your students library research needs, or to integrate information literacy into your courses or assignments, please contact your instruction coordinator or a subject specialist librarian.

Scheduling Guidelines

  • Contact your campus instruction coordinator or a subject specialist librarian at least two weeks before the class.
  • Introduce the research assignment to your students at least a week before the library session, so they have some time to think about it.
  • Talk with your librarian to make sure the library instruction relates to a specific class assignment and supports your curriculum.
  • Provide your syllabus and any assignment sheets to the librarian.
  • Have library sessions during a regularly scheduled class period and make attendance mandatory.
  • Attend the class yourself and participate. Your students adopt the behaviors and attitudes that you model.