How do you access the library website and search the library catalog?
The information on this page will teach you how to access the plethora of resources available through the Rutgers University Libraries.
All resources and services from the libraries are available to you off-campus. When you are off-campus, you will be prompted to login with your netID when you try to access Rutgers-restricted resources, such as databases.
To utilize the libraries' resources and services on your mobile device, download the "Rutgers University" app, available in both iOS and Android. Tap the "Libraries" icon on the left-hand sidebar, and you will be directed to a mobile-friendly version of the libraries' home page.
Interlibrary loan and article delivery will be incredibly useful services during your time at Rutgers.
Article Delivery takes hard copies of articles from the Rutgers Libraries and creates PDFs for you, so you don't have to track down the articles yourself. In addition, if the Libraries do not have access to an article or book (either in hard copy or electronically), the libraries will arrange to get a copy for you. In the case of articles, an electronic copy is often available to you in only 1-2 days.
Follow the link to set up your InterLibrary Loan account, so it will be available when you need it:
If you have any problems setting up an account, please call 848-932-6000, and choose option 2.
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