Remember to bring your Rowan at Camden ID card with you!
As a student at Rowan at Camden, you have access to two library systems, Rutgers and Rowan.
While you're at the Robeson Library, you can use all of Rutgers online library resources. When you're anywhere else, you'll use Rowan's electronic library resources. You will need your Rowan network ID and password to access these resources from home.
You can do research at home by going to the library's homepage:
One of the best ways to get started is to use ProfSearch:
Signing Up for Your Rutgers Library Account
It is free to use the Paul Robeson Library, you just need to sign up for a Rutgers University Libraries account, following the steps below:
If you are currently enrolled at Rowan University at Camden, you may borrow books from the Paul Robeson Library for 28 days unless the books are recalled.
You may also request books and articles from other Rutgers University Libraries, as well as other college and university libraries using our EZ Borrow interlibrary loan service.
As a student at Rowan University at Camden, you have full access to the research database collection of the Rowan University Libraries and Rutgers University Libraries. These databases cover a host of topics, you should familiarize yourself with databases and journals related to your major. You can stop by the Paul Robeson Library where a faculty librarian can show you the best databases in your area of study, and how to find articles in the database collections. Note you will need to visit the Robeson Library to access the Rutgers University database collections.
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