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RT @RutgersGSE: Rutgers students, faculty, and staff have access to 10 million titles that are not on the shelves at @RutgersU http://t.co/C90B2CvSml
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There are currently some technical problems with our Electronic Reserves- apologies for the inconvenience. If you are unable to access your class reserves, please let us know by phone, chat, email or here. We will need the Instructor name and the class name.
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RT @rucgleaner: Check out the most popular article of the week.  Written by Mark Bodrog about student veterans.  http://t.co/Eiy6lOet2G
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All Rutgers University faculty, students, and staff can take advantage of free and secure wireless service when visiting an eduroam® (education roaming) member university. Most Big 10 schools are participating members of the the eduroam consortium. Also many other universities, research centers, and libraries around the world are members. See the link for more details and a list of places.
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New Database: Health and Wellness Resource Center  (http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/indexes/hwrc)

A collection of general interest health and fitness magazines, medical and professional periodicals, definitions, and directories. Included are links to diet, cancer, and health assessment sites as well as government databases. Includes some full-text.
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With all these weather related closings and delays, we just wanted to remind you that if you can't get to campus for the research help you need, librarians are available via instant message/chat M-Th 10-12, 2-6 and 7-10 and Sun. 7-10. Chat box will appear on our website. 
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Construction Noise Warning: Beginning tomorrow morning and throughout the day, an electrician will be drilling more holes in our ceiling for new electrical outlets for the 2nd floor.  This work is very noisy for short periods of time and will take about 2 weeks to complete. Apologies for the disruption.
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Our current display on Women in Comics and Science Fiction. Prepping for #buffytobatgirl conference this weekend.
http://buffy2batgirl.camden.rutgers.edu
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RT @RUCamdenArtsSci: #RutgersCamden's Career Center is sponsoring a Public Service Job Fair today, 3/5! http://t.co/NmtUOesuv7
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Read about faculty publications, class space in Douglass Library and a new way to search articles here in the February edition of Rutgers University Libraries Essentials
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If the Olympics have been taking up some of your study and research time, why not turn that viewing into a research project? Here are some interesting titles from our collection: (links to catalog from our tumblr post)

Women’s sport and spectacle : gendered television coverage and the Olympic games / Gina Daddario. CAMDEN: GV742.3.D33 1998

Drug games : the International Olympic Committee and the politics of doping, 1960-2008 / Thomas M. Hunt ; forword by John Hoberman. ALEXANDER: RC1230.H86 2012

Olympic cities : city agendas, planning and the world’s games, 1896-2016 / edited by John R. Gold and Margaret M. Gold. ALEXANDER: HT166.O4 2011

Crafting patriotism for global dominance : America at the Olympics / Mark Dyreson ALEXANDER: GV706.35.D96 2009

Olympic turnaround : how the Olympic Games stepped back from the brink of extinction to become the world’s best known brand by Michael Payne ; foreword by Sir Martin Sorrell. CAMDEN: GV721.5.P34 2006
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The library for the Camden Campus of Rutgers, The State University. Also serving the Camden Campuses of Rowan and CCC.
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Welcome to the Paul Robeson Library. Home of @bilblioraptor, the Campus Computing Center, helpful staff and knowledgeable librarians.

Spring Semester
Monday  - Thursday           7:30 am- 10:00 pm
Friday                               7:30 am- 5:00 pm
Saturday                           9:00 am- 5:00 pm