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Welcome to Rutgers. We have prepared this guide to the Rutgers University Libraries to help you get started even before you arrive on campus.

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E-Z Borrow allows you to borrow books from another institution. The turnaround time is usually 2-4 business days. Go to our web site, and click "Delivery and Interlibrary Loan". It is FREE!
The libraries can scan articles for you if we have the journal in print format. You will have it in PDF format. Go to our web site, and click "Services &Tools" and then Borrow/Request/Renew. It is FREE!
You can place items on reserve in print or digital form for your students. For more information, go to our web site, click on "Faculty" and then "Reserves" or visit this web site:
The reference librarians are here to help you with your research.  Visit one of our reference desks in-person or visit this page to find the subject specialist in your area!
Would you like to schedule library instruction sessions for your courses? We can help you develop library research components for your classes. Contact us or visit us at
Are you interested in creating multi-media projects? Visit our Sharon A. Fordham Multimedia Lab located at Douglass Library. It houses latest software such as Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, After Effects and many others...


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