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E-ZBorrow is a great option but due to high demand, it can take a few weeks. A quicker option is the chapter delivery service. Librarians will scan a chapter of your requested book and deliver it within a few days.
When you click on the Chapter Delivery button, you'll be brought to a form with the book's information already inputted. All you need to do is add the title of the chapter you're looking for and a date when you will no longer need the chapter.
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Make sure to limit your search to a delivery option that works for you. Here, Kayo limits her results to online resources. She scrolls down to the "Limit To," option on the left sidebar and clicks "Available online."
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When Kayo clicks on a video link she's directed to Alexander Street. nMany of the digital videos in the Rutgers libraries come from the Alexander Street or the Academic Video Online: Premium (AVON) database. You can search for videos directly from this database. Make sure you're already logged on to the Rutgers Library website via your NetID.
Alexander Street has a helpful transcript feature that you can access.
Learn more about it by watching the video (10:16).
Kayo created a list of keywords relevant to the Politics of Reproduction class. You can view it in the image above and learn more about keywords in her video. Make sure to check out the subject-specific tested keywords featured throughout this LibGuide.