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It is possible for current Rutgers students, faculty, and staff to access the Rutgers University Libraries' online resources off-campus. Be sure to go through the Libraries Website and you will be prompted to log in with your Rutgers NetID and password.
There are several ways to seek help from a librarian:
The Rutgers University Libraries Toolbar is a free Firefox extension (or add-on) that:
provides a drop-down menu to library resources
embeds library links on popular Websites such as Amazon.com
offers special functionality when you highlight terms on a Website and right-click over them with your mouse
allows linking from ISBNs, ISSNs, PubMed IDs, and DOIs to Rutgers-restricted online resources
is easy to install and easy to use
For more information, click on the link below:
Introduction to Online Resources
The Rutgers University Libraries offers access to hundreds of online resources.We realize that this might be a little overwhelming.To help you determine which one(s) to start with, this research guide identifies “core” and “related” indexes and databases, as well as a list of some additional resources an earth sciences student might find useful.If you are looking for a particular index or database, however, you may find it more efficient to browse our alphabetical listing of resources.Please click on the appropriate link below:
Rutgers-restricted 1940-present most comprehensive covers international literature for mathematics & statistics journals, books, & proceedings includes Mathematical Reviews & Current Mathematical Publications contextual help is available within MathSciNet tutorials are also available: http://www.mathscinet.info/index.html
1868-present (with the integration of the “Jahrbuch über die Fortschritte der Mathematik” database) primarily covers pure & applied mathematics; secondarily covers history & philosophy of mathematics and university education journals, books, & proceedings