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English 102: Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? and City of Glass: to Library Services

This course guide was created specifically for Professor Andrew Erkkila's Spring 2019 English 102 Classes.

About the John Cotton Dana Library

Dana Library is one of the 26 libraries and centers in Rutgers University Libraries. The library's web site lists news, workshops, events and more.

> Know more about John Cotton Dana - Newark's First Citizen.

> Take a Walking Tour of Dana Library

Dana Library Subject Librarians

Subject Specialists at Dana Library and Jazz

Consuella Askew (973-353-5222)

Natalie Borisovets (973-353-5909)

Fobazi Ettarh (973-353-5911)

Bonnie Fong (973-353-3811)

Stephanie Mikitish (973-353-3805)

Vincent Pelote (973-353-5595)

Roberta Tipton (973-353-5910)

Krista White (973-353-5913)


More Services

Delivery and Interlibrary Loan: You can use this service to request books and articles unavailable in your campus library or in Rutgers. The books will be delivered to a Rutgers library of your choice, and articles will be delivered electronically .

Printing: All the computers in the library are connected to printers. For every current student, there will be no charge for the first $30 of printing (equivalent to 750 sheets in black and white) for every six month printing period.

Photocopying: Photocopy machines are available in the reference room. Black and white copies cost $ .10 per page. Money saving tips: Scan and save to your email or USB, and print it out in a computer lab with your NetID. 

Scanning: Scanners are available in the computer labs and the copy room in the library.

Wireless Access: The access (with RU NetID & passward) is available on 1st floor, 2nd floor and 4th floor in Dana Library. See the coverage map.

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