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English 102: Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? and City of Glass: Where do I find ...?

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

Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) and Article Delivery

ILLiad: Use for books, articles, book chapters, conference proceedings, and other materials not held by Rutgers
E-ZBorrow: E-ZBorrow is the fastest way to request books
UBorrow: UBorrow books come from Big Ten partner libraries

Full Text Articles and E-Books

Journals / Magazines / Newspapers

Look for the View Online link in the catalog or database. Or click on  to locate the resource online.


How Do I find electronic books (e-books)?

Limit your search to Available Online, or look for the View Online link.

Reciprocal Borrowing

Cooperative Access Arrangements

Sometimes you don't need to go far in order to obtain the book you need. Rutgers University Libraries have several reciprocal borrowing agreements with a number of libraries in New Jersey. If you want to borrow a book from the Newark Public Library, or other local libraries, use this link to find out more. Or visit your campus library's Circulation Desk to ask about what services are available and how to sign up for them.


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