Search Portals
Search Portals

Badian Roman Coins

The Roman Coins portal is a collaborative effort to bring fully into the digital realm Rutgers' Ernst Badian Collection of Roman Republican Coins, and to contextualize its 1200+ items in such a way that a broad section of the public can readily understand general patterns of development in Roman money in its first 250 years and to study the many individual objects for this period that hold historic, economic or artistic interest. These coins form one of the largest collections of its type in North America and the Coins portal provides comprehensive digital access for study and teaching. The coins, with their rich multidimensional images and metadata incorporating the notes of Badian will be used in courses in classics, history, art history and economics, enabling students and faculty to contribute stories that will build a rich corpus of numismatic scholarship. For more information please visit

Center for Women's Global Leadership Poster Collection

The Center for Women's Global Leadership Poster Collection provides digitized access to approximately 300 posters published by women's rights organizations worldwide and housed at CWGL. The posters chronicle 20 years of transnational women's activism and advocacy, while documenting evolving issues of the blogal women's movement. For more information please visit

China Boom Project Video Archive

About 100 individuals provide their answers to the question, "Why did China boom?" in full-length videos deposited into the China Boom Project Video Archive. These individuals, many of them with considerable expertise on issues related to contemporary China, were interviewed by the China Boom Project staffers of Asia Society from 2008 to 2010. The Archive is a valuable resource on China for educators and researchers in a wide range of academic fields, such as business, economics, sociology, and history.

Classics Text Portal

Creating digital libraries in specific subject areas is both very important to scholars and an opportunity for academic libraries to support the work of academic departments. Rutgers University Libraries is addressing this need by offering a collection of over 80 classics texts in this dedicated Classics Texts Portal. Using the subject Browse list is a convenient way to become familiar with these collections - see the Search and Browse functions below. Authors represented include Aristotle, Boethius, Epictetus, Galen and Plato. Some less famous works are included. Full text searching can be done across the entire collection for those texts that are in English.

eBethArké: The Syriac Digital Library

Beth Mardutho seeks to promote the study and preservation of the Syriac heritage and language. The eBethArké digital library, a collaboration of Beth Mardutho and the Rutgers University Libraries, provides digital resources and tools for people to pursue the study of this ancient legacy globally. We aim to serve the academic community and the heirs of the heritage. For more information please visit

McNair Research Institute Poster Collection

The Rutgers University - New Brunswick Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement program aims to prepare students from low-income, first-generation, and underrepresented backgrounds for doctoral studies. The ultimate goal of the McNair program is to increase doctoral degree attainment among underrepresented student populations. This poster collection features the McNair program's student's first body of scholarly work, and showcases undergraduate research. It also provides a snapshot of the Libraries' commitment to increasing the number of first-generation and underrepresented students in the academy. For more information please visit

New Jersey Historical Maps Portal

This collection of digital maps includes many historic maps from Rutgers University Libraries' Special Collections and Archives. Users can browse by subject terms (e.g. agriculture or railroads) and by counties of New Jersey. It should be noted that there are a significant number of aerial photographs of New Jersey communities included in this collection. These resources are included here as a natural complement to the map collection. Other topical collections of digital maps are in the process of being added to this website. For more information please visit

New Jersey Video Portal

Growing New Jersey's digital media collections in libraries and improving accessibility is a critical issue for the 21st century. Rutgers University Libraries is addressing this need by offering this first set of video collections for public viewing. Using the subject browse list is a convenient way to become familiar with these collections - see the search and browse functions below. This work is funded by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and these collections will continue to grow, including both public and licensed videos. All videos will ultimately be available at the grant-funded website:

President's Committee for Hungarian Refugee Relief

President Eisenhower appointed a committee to help resettle refugees from the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. Between November 1956 and April 1957, 32,000 refugees came through Camp Kilmer, NJ (now on the Livingston Campus of Rutgers) and found new homes and jobs in the US through the work of the Committee. After his service as Chair, Voorhees took home two boxes of its records and these eventually came to Rutgers with the rest of his papers. The records include correspondence, statistics, and newspaper clippings that document the planning, procedures, and results of refugee processing. For more information please visit

Rutgers Young Horse Teaching and Research Program

The Rutgers University Young Horse Teaching & Research Program videos were produced for research and classroom use, and include records of standardized temperament tests, veterinary care, and general behaviors for two "non-traditional" types of horses for which there is a dearth of data: draft horse crosses and Bureau of Land Management mustangs. The Program's research focus is on the nutritional requirements of young horses, and relationships between nutrition and behavior for these less-studied breeds; the Program also provides 30 students a year with a unique opportunity to train and handle young horses; each student has charge of a horse, and logs behaviors and other data for that horse throughout the course. Research data has been the basis of several honors theses. For more information about the Program, see

Rutgers Inclusion and Diversity Research Portal

The Inclusion and Diversity Research Portal pulls together for the first time the published work of Rutgers faculty working on diversity and inclusion research across the disciplines, highlighting the broad involvement of faculty and graduate students in investigating these important issues. Through the portal, this research is made available to anyone worldwide, promoting the University's intellectual contributions to diversity and inclusion freely without borders. The portal also serves to connect researchers with one another by helping faculty and students identify others working on related areas, building research communities and fostering collaborations across the State of NJ.

The portal answers the University's strategic plan call to form a more inclusive, diverse and cohesive culture, and addresses the strategic priority to enhance public prominence by showcasing RU faculty research to the world.

For more information please visit

Rutgers Reflects

This site brings together the scholarship produced at Rutgers that relates to the events of September 11, 2001, and to the effects that day have had on our teaching, learning, and living. It collects and facilitates access to Rutgers Scholarship, reflects on the legacies of 9/11, and documents the creative growth that can emerge from tragedy. The website includes both resources that we are permitted to archive in RUcore, and other citations to works of Rutgers scholars, with links to available sources. For more information please visit

Rutgers University Yearbooks

Beginning with The Scarlet Letter, first published by Rutgers fraternities in 1871 and providing a list of fraternity members and a catalog of officers and students, Rutgers University colleges and campuses published yearbooks throughout the twentieth century and some into the twenty-first. The Scarlet Letter is only one of the Rutgers University yearbooks. The Newark and Camden campuses along with other New Brunswick campus colleges (including Douglass, Livingston, Cook, and University College), also produced yearbooks throughout the twentieth century and some into the twenty-first. These yearbooks provide invaluable glimpses into student life over the years. The photographs, design elements, and names of clubs and organizations all tell a story. The Libraries are seeking funding to complete this massive digitization effort. To view the yearbooks and share your memories, see

Stedman Gallery Collection

The Stedman Art Gallery, established in 1975, is located in the Fine Arts Center at Rutgers University-Camden. The gallery serves both its students and its surrounding communities through a series of outstanding exhibitions throughout the year as well as a Museum Education Enrichment Program. Stedman's growing collection focuses on works of art on or of paper by contemporary American artists, while also featuring excellent examples of work in other media and art from other times and places. This collection project was supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through grant award #MA-31-15-0313-15. The Stedman Gallery is part of Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts.

Video Mosaic Collaborative Portal

The Video Mosaic Collaborative (VMC) is a collaboration portal that integrates the Robert B. Davis Institute for Learning Video Collection, a video collection capturing mathematics learning experiences across a range of grades, types of schools and a time span of 20+ years, with a collaboration platform and tools designed to transform mathematics research, teaching and learning. For more information please visit
Version 8.3.13
Rutgers University Libraries - Copyright ©2020