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Students in Transition Seminar: In-person library session

Powerpoint slides for Library Instruction are available for download.  In order to ensure that the slides will continue to be updated, please only link to the current page that you are viewing:

Powerpoint slide show (Click the > sign below to advance to the next slide)

Selective links to Rutgers research and depts

Each department at Rutgers has a webpage that lists their teaching faculty.  For your assignment, it will be easier to identify faculty who have the ranks of "professor" or "associate professor" who have received tenured status.  Searching for "assistant professor" is also acceptable, provided that the assistant professor has had some publications. 

Choose a field that you are interested in.  Think about what databases you would be using to find articles published in the field.

Here are some suggestions on websites that you can use to find the professor's publications for your assignment.

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