During the COVID-19 pandemic, your ability to borrow books and other print materials might be limited.
When in QuickSearch, look for books that are available online.
- How to find the book you need for class? (1:11)
- How to look up a book by title and author? (3:28)
- How to find a book by ISBN? (2:01)
- How to look for a book on a topic/subject? (2:52)
- How to get a book? (1:12)
- How to request a book that the library does not have? (0:53)
- How to look up a reserve? (1:38)
Rutgers QuickSearch gives students and faculty ready access print and ebook volumes in 25 Rutgers collections, plus multimedia and many full-text electronic journals.
BROWSE by title or use advanced search and limit to Resource Type Books to find books on a topic.
Sign in with your Net ID and password for full access.
To limit to books in a specific Rutgers library, use Filter My Results on the left-hand side of the screen and filter by Library, for example Dana Library or Smith Library.
Use the Request link under Find in Library in the full record to borrow a book from another Rutgers library.
"environmental justice"-- Will retrieve items by exact phrase in title or keyword
inequality AND education-- Will retrieve items with both keywords
-- Will use * as a wild card to retrieve what comes next: disparity or disparities
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