Here are some tips for searching library databases:
QuickSearch is the search engine for the library catalog, which contains physical and digital resources like books, articles, videos, and much more.
Some databases provide the full text of an article, while others provide only citations or abstracts. If you don't see the PDF icon or linking to the full text of an article, click the button.
If Rutgers has electronic availability to the article, you will gain access.
If the article is not available at Rutgers, you will be able to request an electronic copy through an "Article Delivery" link.
To find a specific journal go the Advanced Search in Quicksearch and:
When searching for one-word journal titles (Life, Science, Nature, etc.), you may have better results using the Basic Search
To find a specific article ("known" citation) either:
Visit the library database page to find many databases organized by subject area. Use the "subject" dropdown to narrow down the databases for your field.
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