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Developed by Rutgers librarians with expertise in a variety of disciplines, this guide aims to help find resources on marijuana-related issues from Rutgers Libraries and beyond.

Click on the book cover to access the ebook through the catalog

Find eBooks

Start with QuickSearch on the Rutgers University Libraries home page

  • Enter your search term(s), you will get a list of results.
  • Use the left panel to narrow down to eBook.
  • Under ‘Resource Types” select Book.
  • Under “Limit to” select Available Online.
  • Select any title from the results list to view the complete details, including the link for online access.

Selected Books

Find Streaming Videos

Start with QuickSearch on the Rutgers University Libraries home page

  • Search for a topic of interest in the QuickSearch searchbox
  • Check "Limit To" "Available Online" in the left panel
  • Filter by “Resource Type” in the left panel to “Video”
  • Once you have found a title, click on “View Online”
  • Log in with your NetID to watch the selected video

You can also search one of the popular video databases (Rutgers-restricted):

Selected Videos

More Videos

Find Databases

HINT: There is no single database to search for such a complex topic. Although there is some overlap, each database has its unique coverage of scholarly journals. Please consider using several, choosing from a broad range.

On the Rutgers University Libraries homepage, select Databases under Resources.On the Indexes and databases page, you can browse by Subject or find a database by name, if you know what you are looking for.

Select from hundreds  of databases in the following disciplines. Read the description to learn about topics and coverage.

Access to restricted resources for Rutgers off-campus users will require authentication using NetID. Log in when prompted.
See also box entitled More than QuickSearch for suggested databases.


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