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Alcohol Studies Research Guide

Updated to meet the needs to work, study, and conduct research off campus, this guide aims to help you navigate Alcohol Studies Research at Rutgers focusing on electronic resources.

Welcome to Alcohol Studies! - Resources at a Glance

This guide will help you navigate Alcohol Studies Research at various levels.

  • You may want to begin your research on the RUL homepage in QuickSearch or by Finding Articles online.
  • Databases are the best to conduct a more thorough search or several searches in multiple databases.
  • This guide also has various other online resources under the Miscellaneous External Links tab. 
  • Once you've completed your research, use the tools and resources under the Writing/Citing tab to create your unique bibliography using RefWorks and completing your paper in MLA or APA format.

About the Alcohol Studies Collection

Formerly located in the Brinkley and Adele Smithers Hall, Busch Campus, Piscataway, New Jersey, the Center of Alcohol Studies Library, the former Information Services Division of the Center of Alcohol and Substance Use Studies, maintained one of the world’s largest and most comprehensive collections of English-language documents pertaining to the biomedical and psychosocial aspects of alcohol use and abuse until December 2016.

The archived pages, with lots of relevant information, are available courtesy of Internet Archive.

Former Databases

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