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, you can find articles, books, and popular titles, as well as tips for writing and citing and information regarding the special collections at Rutgers University.
This guide will help you navigate Alcohol Studies Research at various levels.
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.
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This LibGuide was developed at the Center of Alcohol Studies Library by librarians Judit H. Ward, James Cox, and Molly Stewart. Contributors to the Readers Advisory on Addictions in Pop Culture also include Kate Scherler and Lauren Antolino. Recents updates were added by William Bejarano, Will Haggis, and Maria Ortiz-Myers.
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