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Art Library Research Guide: Not Available @ The Art Library

Visit this research guide for books, articles, images, websites, and other resources for your art and art history classes.

Get it From Another RU Library

If you find an article located at another RU Library you can get it sent to your email as a PDF. Allow a few days for delivery. It's safer to order materials ahead of time instead of last minute to make sure they get to you on time.

Articles: Find the periodical record and select article delivery from the yellow box. Enter your NetID and password. Once on the ILL page, click article request in the left-hand column. Enter the journal title, volume, year, inclusive pages, and article title, along with any other information asked for that would help librarians locate the article faster, like the source you found the article citation in. Click submit request, and you will get your article soon.

How to Request Delivery of an Article

Interlibrary Loan

If you need an article that Rutgers does not have go to the Interlibrary Loan page. Enter your NetID and password. Once on the ILL page, click ILL Book Request. Enter the requested information including the title. Click submit request. Allow 14 days for delivery from other libraries. (See video above.)

You can also find items at different libraries via WorldCat, and have them delivered to Rutgers (see WorldCat box on the Find Books page for details).

Subject Guide

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Megan Lotts
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New Brunswick, NJ
Subjects:Art History


Information on this page adapted from the Education guide by Kevin Mulcahy.

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