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This guide supports the research session that is part of the Newark Graduate Writing Workshops
Last Updated: Jul 29, 2014 URL: http://libguides.rutgers.edu/grads Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Dana Reference Desk

973-353-5901

Open 7 days per week in spring and fall semesters, 6 days during the summer; hours at

http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/desk_hours

 

Subject Specialist Librarians at the John Cotton Dana Library

http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/rul/libs/dana_lib/dana_lib_subj_specialists.shtml

Think of us as your personal librarians.  Please contact us for questions or an appointment to discuss your paper or project.   Each department on the Newark Campus has at least one liaison librarian knowledgeable in that subject area.  We also act as generalists at the reference desk (973-353-5901).

 

Rutgers University Libraries Ask a Librarian Service (email or chat)

http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/help

Email request available 24/7; answers usually within 24-48 hours.  Chat available from when staffed, usually certain hours from Sunday through Thursday during the regular term.

 

Welcome

Dear Graduate Student:

 

Welcome to the Dana Library and to the Rutgers University Libraries, your window on the world of scholarship.  This website has been built to complement the research workshop given as part of the Graduate Writing Workshops here on the Newark Campus. 

 

Roberta Tipton

Reference Librarian

 

Workshop Mission and Objectives

Workshop Mission

 

The graduate writing/research workshops are designed to help you, the graduate student, develop your writing and research skills at Rutgers so that you will be an efficient and productive writer/researcher on the graduate level.  The Dana Library research segment aims specifically to introduce you to the many materials and services available to you as well as offering tips about the research process to save you time and effort as you pursue your graduate degree.

 

 

Learning Goals for This Session

 

  1. Find resources you need on the Rutgers University Libraries' site;

  2. Find your personal librarian;

  3. Use delivery options to obtain materials you need;

  4. Find time-saving options for documentation and producing bibliographies (RefWorks and bibliographic outputs from databases).

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Roberta Tipton
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Roberta L. Tipton
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Information Literacy Coordinator
The John Cotton Dana Library
Rutgers-Newark
973-353-5910
tipton@rutgers.edu
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