University Librarian’s Report – July 2019

I’d like to start my article this issue by thanking all of you who attended our State of the Libraries meeting in June. It was a great opportunity for us to network with colleagues we don’t often get to see… Continue Reading

This Month in the Agenda – May 1993

How To Mary Beth Fecko, Technical and Automated Services, has written Cataloging Nonbook Resources: A How-To-Do-It Manual for Librarians. Cataloging is the starting point for access to nonbook materials, especially important for media which cannot be browsed in the manner… Continue Reading

What’s Happening around Rutgers – May 2019

Environmental Technology Late Night Wednesday, May 1, 2019 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. Rutgers–New Brunswick, Geology Hall Learn how scientists use new and exciting technologies to study and solve important environmental issues! Demonstrations, arts and crafts, and educational activities will… Continue Reading

Ex Libris Implementation Project Update – May 2019

Rutgers Law Libraries to Join Alma/Primo The Rutgers Law Libraries are joining our Alma and Primo instances in January 2020! Project planning for appending the Law libraries catalog has begun. We are currently participating in bi-weekly planning meetings with Ex… Continue Reading

University Librarian’s Report – May 2019

The last several months have been a flurry of activity. In addition to the day-to-day demands of a busy spring semester, it’s also the most planning-intensive period of the year, as we assess our standing at the close of the… Continue Reading

This Month in the Agenda – March 2003

DIY Courseware Congratulations to Ronald Jantz of the Scholarly Communication Center and Rutgers history Professor Rudy Bell, who wrote the article “Do it Yourself Courseware: How We Built A Reusable Web Platform for Studying World Cultures,” published in the February… Continue Reading

What’s Happening around Rutgers – March 2019

Art Together Sunday, March 3, 2019 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. Zimmerli Art Museum Art Together invites families to get creative, side-by-side, on art projects inspired by works from the Zimmerli Art Museum. Explore the wonderful world of art on… Continue Reading