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Planning and Public Policy: Edward J. Bloustein School Graduate Students: Finding Books

This is a guide to library and research resources for graduate students in planning and public policy.

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Tips for Using Quicksearch

  • Use AND to combine your concepts, e.g., brownfields AND redevelopment
  • Use OR to combine synonyms, related terms, e.g., urbanization OR  urban development
  • Use the * (asterik)  to search for the root word and any ending, e.g., transport* will retrieve transport, transports, transportation, transported
  • Look at the subject headings on the full record for an item-these can help you generate new keywords, concepts, etc.
  • Try using the Advanced Search to combine keywords and subject headings, author and title, etc.

Other Catalogs

WorldCat provides book holdings information from libraries around the world.  Items found in WorldCat that we do not own can be requested via InterLibrary Loan

E-ZBorrow, UBorrow, and more!!

Finding and Getting Books

  • You may return materials to any Rutgers University Library.  You do not need to return items to the same library from which you borrowed them.
  •  If you need books physically located in another RU library, you can request they be sent to the library of your choice.  On the full record in Quicksearch, select the "Request"  link. 
  • If you need books either not owned, checked out, or otherwise not available in the Rutgers University Libraries, the fastest way to get them is through E-Z Borrow.  Books requested from E-Z Borrow usually arrive in about one week.  For additional options and more information , please see Placing Requests via Quicksearch and  Borrow/Request/Renew.

 

 

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