Start your research with QuickSearch to find materials available from the Rutgers Libraries, including books, journals, articles, music, movies, and more. You will be prompted to sign in with your NetID to access Rutgers-restricted resources, save results, create lists, and request items. Try the Advanced Search option for more sophisticated searches.
TIP: Use QuickSearch to
QuickSearch can help you find the following resources:
TIP: Use Resource Type filter to search for specific materials.
TIP: Research is an iterative process. As you make progress and refine your ideas, you may want to come back and run more searches.
The article's library record will direct you to the full text of the article if available online. Books and chapters may also be available electronically.
If Rutgers does not have access to the materials you need, you may request delivery of the materials. Log in with your NetID, follow the prompt, and you will receive the resource in a short period.
Find out more about Interlibrary Loan and delivery services.
Subject terms are "tags" used for a preferred term for a particular concept, area, discipline, etc. in various databases. They are the way a database or catalog defines a topic.
Searching by subject is a quick, efficient way to find resources on your topic. Keep in mind that subject terms may vary between databases.
TIP: Use the Subjects filter at the left to refine your search.
TIP: Once you have found a few resources that fit your needs, look at the "subjects" they are tagged with and incorporate those terms into your next search.
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