Tom Wall reflects on the libraries’ ongoing commitment to integrating library collections and technological expertise with the teaching and scholarship of our faculty.
Irish music followers worldwide will soon be able to stream and download hundreds of newly-released music tracks in The Séamus Connolly Collection of Irish Music, a digital collection that will be published by the Boston College Libraries on October 11.
Access to Scopus has been extended through 2017. Learn more about its most useful features and how it is being used on campus.
The Boston College Libraries have long supported faculty teaching and student learning through programmatic library instruction and individual student consultations.
Explore how Dataverse is being used at other institutions and how it can help you to manage your research data.
Stop by to check out the new touch tables in O’Neill Library and Burns Library and learn more about how we are using these new devices.
The Digital Scholarship Group and Dr. Michael Noone introduce the Burns Antiphoner, an interactive open access resource based on a 14th-century Franciscan antiphoner.
See an example of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in action and learn how you can get started with work in this area.
Learn more about the Boston College Libraries’ extensive collection of foreign language materials.
The proliferation of predatory journals has undermined confidence in open access publishing; due diligence can help authors avoid their scams and choose high-quality open access journals.