Welcome! This guide aims to help students of the course Politics of Environmental Issues taught at the Department of Human Ecology, SEBS, use the resources provided by Rutgers University Libraries to write their course papers on a current environmental issue after the library session.
Chat: There are librarians online 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. every day of the week.
BEST for instant answers, brief interactions, short troubleshooting.
EXAMPLES: asking for quick help, locating or downloading full text of a known article, reporting or verifying an error, clarifying a minor detail, help to decide what database to use, short literature search, etc.
Email: Send questions to a team of librarians and library staff via email. Most questions get a response within 24 hours!
BEST for complex questions, troubleshooting that require access to borrowing records
EXAMPLES: questions on research, collections, and library sessions; troubleshooting requests such as on reserves and library accounts
Direct help from a librarian: schedule a meeting with a subject specialist (currently available online)
BEST for complex questions, troubleshooting that require more time
EXAMPLES: discussing library instruction for your course, finding resources for your class
Research Guides: Our subject research guides will help you find a wealth of information on your topic
BEST for general overview, orientation, finding basic resources
EXAMPLES: identify databases for a topic, find resources for a paper, check citation styles
Find Library Materials The stuff everyone wants to know how to do!
BEST for finding, accessing, and requesting materials
EXAMPLES: articles, books, data & stats, course materials, and video
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