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How to Get a Book That Is Not at Dana
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2. Book not at Rutgers? Go to E-ZBorrow (PALCI) and sign in with your Net ID.
3. Book not in E-ZBorrow (PALCI)? Go to UBorrow and sign in with your Net ID.
4. Book not in UBorrow? Go to ILLIAD and sign in with your Net ID. Use the ILL book request.
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Academic Search Premier
Multidisciplinary database designed for undergraduate students, but good for an introductory search for graduate students as well. Searches exact phrases. Will output references in MLA, APA, Chicago, or AMA format.
Google Scholar (Rutgers restricted version)
Indexes many items not commonly found in one place elsewhere. Lists PDF or indicates Full Text@Rutgers if readily available. Does not prepare bibliographic output; you must use a citation manager (RefWorks, EndNote, Zotero, or the like) or other method to capture bibliographic information.
Full-text backfiles of important academic journals in many fields. WARNING: Most materials in this database are more than five years old.
Recent full-text articles, primarily in the humanities and social sciences.
Web of Science
Based upon the ISI citation indexes in science, social sciences, and arts and humanities.
Dissertations and Theses
Searchable database of theses and dissertations from many countries and many institutions. International file begins in 1637; US file begins in 1861.
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