Answered By: Ann Marie Latini
Last Updated: Dec 15, 2023     Views: 17

"Get it @ R" is Rutgers University Libraries' link resolver; it helps connect you from indexing for a resource on one platform to the full text on another platform. When you click a "Get it @ R" link, if Rutgers has access to the resource, Get it @ R will take you straight to the resource. Sometimes, "Get it @ R" might take you to the journal homepage instead of straight to the article you want. In that case, you can typically find the list of journal issues and navigate to the one you need. If Rutgers does not have access to the resource, "Get it @ R" will take you to a QuickSearch screen where you can sign in with your NetID and request the resource through Interlibrary Loan.

If a "Get it @ R" link takes you to a dead end, please Ask A Librarian. Be sure to tell us which database you were using and which article, book chapter, or other resource you were trying to access.