Are you having trouble accessing library resources?
Tip #1: Start at your library’s website
When working from off-campus, start at your library’s website. Links to eresources -- ebooks, ejournals, streaming videos, and databases -- from the libraries’ websites are specifically designed to work from on or off-campus and are copyright compliant.
Tip #2: Contact us
For technical problems with library resources contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For research-related questions contact your campus librarians:
Tip #3: Share properly
The best way to share content is to find an article, ebook, or other library content in Library Search, copy the permalink, and paste it into Blackboard, Canvas, a word document, email, etc… Permalinks work from on or off-campus and are copyright compliant.
Tip #4: Google Scholar
When off-campus, Google Scholar may no longer realize that you are associated with Rowan University. Please set your Google Scholar preferences to Rowan University and click save.
Tip #5: PubMed
When off-campus, PubMed may no longer realize that you are associated with Rowan University. Please either begin your PubMed searches from the CMSRU Library or RowanSOM Library homepages or set your PubMed Outside Tool MYNCBI preference to Rowan University and click save.
Tip #6: Install LibKey Nomad
Chrome users can install LibKey Nomad -- a Rowan specific Chrome browser extension that is aware of Rowan’s journal holdings and provides Rowan specific links to library systems from PubMed, publisher websites, and Wikipedia.
Tip #7: Consult Library Guides
Librarians have authored subject-specific and general research guides to using library resources.
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