To access all electronic resources restricted to the NJIT community from off-campus you will be asked to authenticate using your UCID. You may also use a VPN to access the library, but it is not necessary. Check the website for detailed information on accessing resources remotely.
Subject access to the journal literature in architecture, art, design, and other subject areas is provided by a variety of databases. For material not owned by the NJIT Library, Interlibrary Loan Services will still be available.
Below is the created by Professor Taher and generously shared with us three video tutorials for online teaching which "cover the essential information that faculty need to know to do the most important things. They also show examples of Rima's architecture online courses.
2- Video 2 shows how to create and proctor online exams using the Respondus LockDown Browser + webcam and ProctorU.
3- Video 3 has a few more helpful hints and practical information on the following:
If you have questions regarding these tutorials you can contact professor Taher at Taher@njit.edu
If you need instructional support you can contact the NJIT Office of Digital Learning
More information instructional continuity available at https://www.njit.edu/
Research help can be provided by email, chat, or video conference using Google Meet, Zoom, WebEx , or Skype - whichever method works best for you.
Numerous Research Guides can help to navigate the library and online resources on a variety of subjects. We currently have over 30 guides related to architecture and design! There are also more general guides.
Please contact us if you want to include in your course the library Canvas module.
There is a variety of online resources available at NJIT
Databases: Below are just a few recommended databases related to topics of architecture and design that have content readily available online. A full list of databases can be found on the library website.
E-books: The library has access to a great variety of electronic books that can be downloaded and viewed at any time, from anywhere. To search for e-books from the online catalog, limit results to available online. To download e-books, you will need to log in using your UCID. Detailed information on e-books at NJIT including information on software needed to view downloaded books is available on the library website.
Web Resources: There are many reputable resources online for studying architecture and design. A comprehensive list of these resources is available on our Research in Architecture and Design Lib Guide.
Below are a few recently acquired resources that we recommend: