Before making an appointment for see a Librarian, please complete this worksheet to better define your search needs.
EndNote is a program that helps users collect and organize references from online or other sources, create a searchable personal database of references, find full text articles, manage and annotate PDF files, cite references while writing a paper, create bibliographies formatted in a preferred style, and more. The Libraries are licensed to provide access to EndNote for students, faculty, and staff of all Rutgers University students, faculty and staff. For some useful information on using EndNote please see the Library guide at http://libguides.rutgers.edu/_endnote
EndNote can be downloaded at http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/EndNote . You will need to Log in with your NetID to download the program.
The Health Science Libraries offer workshops on using EndNote. You can signed up for the workshops at http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/smith/library_workshops . EndNote offers very helpful, short, training videos on their YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/EndNoteTraining
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is a service that is provided by the Smith Library to obtain materials not in our collection in a timely manner. The Library also has a Pull & Copy Service; articles are retrieved from the Library’s collection and copied or scanned for the requestor for a nominal fee.
Qualified requestors may obtain books, dissertations, audiovisual materials, and photocopies of journal articles not available in the Smith Library. Materials may be requested from another Rutgers University campus library or from libraries throughout the United States.
Some requests may not be able to be filled. For example, copies of dissertations or audiovisuals may not be lent by their holding libraries. Most libraries will not lend items from their reference or reserve collections or complete volumes/issues of journals.
Interlibrary Loan and Article Delivery Services allows you to request materials and articles not owned by the Rutgers University Libraries and articles from the Rutgers University Libraries Collections.