Amira Unver, Director
Borrowing: (973) 290-4237
Research: (973) 290-4248
Mahoney Library serves the research and information needs of the entire campus community.
Please call on us if you have difficulty finding the information or sources that you need. Our Interlibrary Borrowing service is available for faculty and staff to use.
Give your students the help they need to succeed. Bring your students to the library, or invite a librarian to come to your class. We cover databases and online research, evaluating sources, finding peer-reviewed journal articles, searching the web, etc.
To schedule a library instruction session, please contact Amira Unver at email@example.com or 973-290-4233.
Please submit requests at least 2 weeks in advance. Faculty attendance and participation is encouraged.
The library's instruction space is at the back of the Reference Room on the library main floor. This area accommodates approximately 18 people. Indicate your preference for this space or a computer lab.
Place recommended or required course reading or study materials on reserve at the library. These may be library-owned books or DVDs, or your own personal copy of a textbook, article or DVD.
Add Reserve Materials for your Course
Ebrary Academic Complete is a collection of over 125,000 scholarly ebooks from leading publishers making an ideal foundation for a university ebook collection.
Films on Demand provides thousands of educational videos, each made up of several short, 3-5 minute clips. A great tool for augmenting classroom or online learning, Films on Demand can be accessed on or off campus.
Create a Video Playlist
The library provides training and support for student and faculty users of Zotero, a citation management tool that can help you keep all of your citation information together and generate a bibliography for you.
Organize, Format & Share Citations
If you're interested in how you might improve your teaching or better reach our students, check this list of books owned by Mahoney Library.
General education, learning communities, retention, the flipped classroom, online teaching, cooperative learning, first generation college students, ePortfolios, peer mentoring programs, multiculturalism, academic advising, mental health, and student success.