The following tools and sites mentioned below are instrumental for gaining a better understanding of using QuickSearch and how to conduct a search. Along with this, guides for citing materials and seeking one-on-one research help is made available.
This link goes over how to approach finding a database related to your research question. With this, there is also guidance with selecting terms and keywords to search for more information or resources.
Rutgers faculty, staff, and students have access to a number of citation formatting tools to manage resources and have materials cited in different styles. This includes, EndNote, RefWorks, and Zotero. The library also recently gained access to an online version of the Chicago Manual of Style (16th and 17th edition).
Depending on academic discipline, a specific citation style will be designated. This link goes through the different styles with tutorials and videos for formatting the citations and making sure proper credit is given.
Users can seek librarian assistance via email, chat, or telephone through the Rutgers University Library website. For specific research questions, librarians specializing in that field can be found here and contacted for help.
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