The Jessie S. Brennan Library staff offer a variety of services, in-person and virtual, and a number of resources, in both physical and electronic formats, that support research, teaching, and learning. The librarians offer research support to students, faculty, and staff, including information-literacy instruction. The librarians meet with students in person and virtually via Zoom, as well as answer their questions through email, phone, text, and the Library Chat, an instant messaging service.

The library contains a collection of more than 40,000 print items, and through the library webpage, provides access to over 100 databases that include over 45,000 online journals, 60,000 e-books and over 55,000 streaming and digital video and audio titles. The library provides 24/7 access to online resources from both on and off campus.

As a member of the Minuteman Library Network, the library shares resources with 41 libraries, including four academic libraries. This allows us to provide easy access to over six million items, all searchable through a shared online catalog.

There are PC and Mac computers, along with printers and scanners located throughout the library, which also houses the Winslow Archives, the Academic Achievement Center, the Center for Academic Advising, the Kyo Yamawaki Education Library Collection, and several group study rooms. The library is open seven days a week during the regular academic year.

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