The public-facing document on the FY21 collections budget has now been posted to our website. You can view it here or by navigating to About > Mission, Vision, & Strategic Plan from the homepage.
Rutgers University Libraries are pleased to introduce BrowZine, a current awareness tool that allows users to find, read, and monitor the top scholarly journals in their field from almost any device. BrowZine improves discovery of current issues of academic journals… Continue Reading
Glenn Sandberg will retire on August 1, 2018, after 30 years of service to the university. His last day in the office is June 1. Glenn’s career at the Libraries began in 1988, when he was hired as the supervisor… Continue Reading
The New Brunswick Libraries announced their schedule of #Stressbusters events for the spring exam period. Highlights include a photo booth at the Math/Physics Library, button making at the Art Library, and pet therapy sessions at Alexander, Douglass, Kilmer, and LSM.… Continue Reading
On December 26, 2015, Izzy Stern tweeted: “Today is the day I found out that Rutgers doesn’t even have full ebrary access. So many sad faces.” As a graduate student in a major humanities department at Rutgers–New Brunswick, Izzy might… Continue Reading
The Roman Coins project is a collaborative effort to bring the Rutgers’ Ernst Badian Collection of Roman Republican Coins fully into the digital realm and to contextualize its 1200+ items in such a way that students, researchers, and a broad… Continue Reading
Like most other people, I cringe at the very thought that the fall semester is only a month away. Didn’t the summer just start? Where did all the time go? Why couldn’t we have a summer that is all year… Continue Reading