At the JET library we are constantly trying to improve services for constituency groups across the college. In an effort to better understand current open educational resources (OERs) and open textbook usage, please take a few moments to complete this quick survey. Your responses are anonymous and will have a direct impact on services provided for students and faculty.
The following subject specialists are listed alphabetically and can assist with collection development, book requests and shelf lists.
Associate Librarian, Head of Instructional Services
Director, Library Webmaster
Associate Librarian, Head of Technical Services
Access Services Librarian
Electronic Resources Librarian
Associate Librarian, Head of Reference Services
Associate Librarian, Health Sciences Librarian
DigitalCommons@Molloy is our open-access institutional repository that highlights the scholarship and unique contributions of our students, faculty, and staff. It is highly discoverable on Google, Google Scholar and the Digital Commons Network. Launched in early 2017, the repository has already achieved thousands of downloads from all over the world. The DigitalCommons@Molloy works with the Expert Gallery Suite and is administered by the JET Library with support from contributing departments. Learn how to submit your work(s) today or contact the curator for more information.
BrowZine allows users to browse, read, and monitor journals available through the JET Library. Easily access full text of articles, create a bookshelf of your favorite journals, save articles in personalized collections, receive alerts when new journal issues are published, send articles to citation management or note taking programs and more! Very tablet friendly! Specific instructions and instructions are available here.
New to the Collection - Check inside our catalog to see what has become available within the last 30 days.
New items by topic. Whether browsing books or articles, RSS feeds can be set up to notify you when anything new is added to the subject area. Simply look for the Search Tools Get RSS Feed picture at the bottom left of any results page and set up your notification(s).
Note: Some type of RSS feed reader is required.