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Publication Date

Fall 2019


It was the ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus that once said: "the only thing that is constant is change.” Over the last several years, we have certainly witnessed many exciting changes here at Molloy and the library is no exception. At the JET Library we are constantly evolving and transforming to best provide the Molloy community with premium resources, high-level services and accommodating spaces. Although the library lost a stack room this past summer with recent campus renovations, we did gain some space when we repurposed one of our stack rooms into a much needed and highly requested by students, Quiet Study Area. This past year we also welcomed our first Access Services Librarian, David Nochimson, per diem librarians Leslie Wong Look and Debra Bernstein and a new per diem staff member, Iain Mawhinney. Among other library news, included in this issue you will learn about several new electronic resources added to the collection, as well as innovative systems to help make your visit more time-efficient. Our students have been very excited and appreciative of the addition of test prep books and textbooks to our collection for both their convenience and cost savings. Need to use a laptop but you left yours at home? No worries, the library now offers laptop lending. In being consistent with change, this year also marks the end of Bob Martin’s career at the JET Library as he embarks on a new chapter of his life as a retiree. Although Bob will certainly be missed at the JET Library and by so many at Molloy College, we are forever grateful for his valuable contributions to Molloy and the JET Library. As always, we welcome you to stop by the library to check out our new resources, perhaps read one of the books from our collection reviewed in this issue or to stop by and say hello to our new JET Library members!

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Study, Community



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