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Using Library Resources Tutorial - RIOT


This page contains videos for an interactive guide to using all the resources available to you at the Rutgers Libraries. Choose the video for the module that addresses the kind of information you are looking for:

MODULE 1:  How to find a subject for research

MODULE 2:  How to find sources

MODULE 3:  Selecting keywords for your search

MODULE 4: Identifying citations

MODULE 5: Evaluating Information - is it scholarly or reliable?

If you only need help finding information for specific resources - How to find Books, how to find articles, etc.., roll your mouse over the tab at the top of this page and choose your topic from the pull down menu that appears.

If you need further help, or have quesitons about this guide, please contact Krista White at

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Subject Research Guides  
These research and course guides are created by the librarians at Rutgers to help you with your research.  Each guide provides direction and guidance in using library resources in that subject area.

Visit our Tutorials page for tutorials on a variety of topics.


(a) Riot 4 -Identifying citations

RIOT Module 4: How to Identify Citations


(a) Riot 5 - Evaluating information

RIOT Module 5: Evaluating Information


(a) Riot 1 - Selecting a topic

RIOT Module 1: How to Choose a Subject


(a) Riot 2 - Find Sources

RIOT Module 2: How to Find Sources


(a) Riot 3 - Selecting keywords

RIOT Module 3: How to Select Keywords

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