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Mahoney Library serves the research and information needs of the entire campus community. Please call on us if you have difficulty finding the sources that you need.

Developing Student Research Skills

You can request a Zoom instruction or invite a librarian to come to you to give your students a head start on research. We offer instruction on databases and online research, evaluating sources, finding peer-reviewed journal articles, searching the web, citations, and more.

Library Workshops (Faculty)

  • Request Form for Library Instruction

    To schedule an information literacy session for your class please use the request form above. Topics of instruction can be general research, specific databases and resources, and Zotero.

    Requests must be submitted at least two (2) weeks in advance and are met on a first come, first serve basis. Faculty attendance and participation is required.

Learning Support Resources

Course Reserves (Faculty)

You can place course reading or study materials on reserve at the library. Students are only allowed to check them out for two hours at a time, giving everyone more access to the materials. These may be library-owned books, or your own personal copy of a textbook, article, or other resource. If you would like to place an item on reserve, please click on the link to fill out the request and then bring the item to the Circulation Desk at Mahoney Library. You can also fill out a form in person, when dropping off the item, if you prefer.

Add Reserve Materials for your Course

IDEA Lab Resources for the Classroom

  • Virtual & Augmented Reality (VR/AR)
  • 3D Printing
  • Podcast & Streaming Equipment
  • Emotive Epoc+, EEG Headset

If you are interested in speaking with someone regarding these resources and how they can be integrated into your classroom, please email or call (973) 290-4015 for more information and to make an appointment.

Read more on the IDEA Lab

Proquest Ebook Central

Proquest's Ebook Central is a collection of over 125,000 scholarly ebooks from leading publishers, making an ideal foundation for a university ebook collection. Members of the campus community are able to browse, read, and borrow many of the titles, and many are downloadable and printable.

Please note: each title has different limits to amount of downloading allowed.

Browse Collection

Streaming Video

Films on Demand provides thousands of educational videos, all of them ranging from three (3) minute clips to full-length videos. This resource is great for augmenting classroom or online learning, and can be accessed on or off campus.

Create a Video Playlist


The library provides training and support for student and faculty users of Zotero, an easy-to-use online bibliographic tool to help you organize, cite, and create bibliographies from research sources. Please contact us to schedule an instruction class on Zotero.

Organize, Format & Share Citations

Professional Reading

Faculty Development

Mahoney Library holds a number of print resources aimed at improving teaching and better reaching out to students. Topics include general education, learning communities, retention, the flipped classroom, online teaching, cooperative learning, ePortfolios, peer mentoring programs, multiculturalism, academic advising, mental health, and many others.

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