Use the Rutgers Libraries' QuickSearch to find materials, including books, articles, audio and video recordings, government documents, course reserves, and much more.
Consult the QuickSearch help guide for information about searching, refining results, and viewing records.
What if there is no electronic version of the book you need? You can use our Click and Collect service to get what you need from our libraries: https://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/how_do_I/click-collect
Sign in when searching the Libraries for full access to Rutgers-restricted resources. Signing in also also allows for creating and saving lists, requesting items, and managing your library account.
QuickSearch provides many filters you can use to refine your results. If you want to limit your results to just books, select books under "resource type" on the left:
If you are enrolled in a Rutgers program located on a Community College Campus with a library, arrangements have been made for you to use that library. Bring your Rutgers ID card (and drivers license if you are a county resident) to arrange borrowing privileges.
Select Rutgers Libraries to find books, articles, media, and other resources available from the Rutgers Libraries. Use Advanced Search to limit your search by resource type, language, or date.
You can find course reserves through the Reading List Tool in Blackboard, Canvas or Sakai.
You can also find course reserves by going the the main library web site and selecting FInd --> Course Reserves to search for course materials placed on reserve by your instructor. Use Advanced Search to search for reserves by instructor name, course name, or course number.
By default, QuickSearch only displays results that are available from the Rutgers Libraries. To search for materials beyond Rutgers, click Expand My Results. You may be able to request these materials through interlibary loan.
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