How to put materials on in-library reserve and e-reserve for your students
Library liaisons are available to work with you on class assignments, academic resources, and your own research
Books, articles, book chapters, dissertations and media items that the John Jay Library does not own and that cannot be requested through CLICS or through the media department (contact the interim media librarian, Prof. Maria Kiriakova, by email or at (212) 237-8260) can be ordered via interlibrary loan.
The Library has over 2,000 videos on DVD or VHS, as well as over 10,000 subscription streaming videos. Videos on DVD/VHS are available to reserve for classes. If we don't have the video you would like to use, you may also make a video purchase request.
Keep track of your resources and generate bibliographies with this easy-to-use bibliographic management program.
Obtain quantitative and qualitative information on your scholarly output using these resources.
Resources from CUNY to help you make decisions that encourage both information creation and information sharing.
Data management plans (DMPs), data security, and archiving/sharing data.
Suggest materials for the library to purchase
Copier and workstations for faculty
A copy machine, two workstations, a printer, and a scanner are available for free faculty use. These are located on the second floor of the library in the southwest corner (see floor map).
Use of other libraries
Your faculty ID card provides access and borrowing privileges at the libraries in the CUNY system. The New York City metropolitan area contains a wealth of other research libraries as well. You may arrange for access to other university libraries for the use of particular items not owned by the CUNY libraries. Talk to a librarian at the Reference Desk (upper floor) or email us.
The WorldCat database is useful in determining locations for resources that are not in the CUNY system. WorldCat offers access to the catalogs of many, many research libraries worldwide.
As CUNY faculty or staff, you have a complimentary digital subscription to the New York Times. Read the news on your computer & smartphone. CUNY students have a complimentary digital subscription too — please let your students know!