Welcome to Rutgers University Libraries!
You have arrived at an exciting time for Rutgers and join a peerless network of 300 talented and dedicated librarians, faculty, and staff working in over 20 libraries, institutes, and facilities across four universities—Camden, New Brunswick, Newark, and Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences.
While we might not all work in the same location, we are united by a vision of the library as an indispensable partner in scholarship that brings together students, faculty and staff, and the greater community to do great things. To this end, we provide outstanding information resources, services, and facilities in a dynamic and changing environment.
Please take the time to read the Libraries’ New Employee Handbook. It will introduce you to many of the resources and services that the Libraries provide in support of our mission. I look forward to working with you on achieving growth and innovation as a leading American research library system.
Vice President for Information Services
and University Librarian
The Rutgers University Libraries support and enrich the instructional, research, and public service missions of the University through the stewardship of scholarly information and the delivery of information services.
The Libraries aspire to provide outstanding information resources and services that advance research and learning, support the University's goal to be among the top public AAU institutions in the country, and serve as an essential information resource for the state and beyond.
This handbook was prepared by the Professional Development and Continuing Education Committee of Rutgers University Libraries. If you have any comments or corrections related to the content please contact either Darryl Voorhees at firstname.lastname@example.org or Vibiana Bowman Cvetkovic at email@example.com.
Last updated January 26, 2015.