The Boston College Libraries serve as incubators for ideas and storehouses of knowledge. Our services are designed to help students bring the two together.
BC Libraries will participate this Fall in a nationwide pilot instruction assessment project called “Project Outcomes.”
The BC Community now has access to Wall Street Journal subscriptions through the library, and access to comprehensive news databases.
The BC Libraries Digital Studio has some new personnel, and has updated the website with new descriptions and documentation, and upgraded equipment.
Boston College Libraries is participating in a one year Yale University Press pilot program that provides access to important Art & Architecture monographs and museum catalogs.
Enid Karr, Liaison Librarian for Biology, signed up every incoming Biology graduate student for an ORCID – an outstanding achievement. ORCIDs help distinguish researchers and make Boston College scholarship more visible.
BC faculty, researchers, and graduate students are invited to participate in the survey study “ORCID iD adoption in academic communities.”
Fall 2018 digital research and pedagogy workshops with the Digital Scholarship Group.
The 43rd annual Boston Antiquarian Book Fair, November 16-18 at the Hynes Convention Center, will once again include a Burns Library booth on “Cultural Row.” Burns Library is giving away complimentary tickets for the opening night reception.
A BC Libraries collaborative project brings folk stories written by Jamaican school children in the 1930s to new audiences.
Just like the Hindi word for the elephant its name implies, HathiTrust is enormous and it never forgets.
An ILL request that led to a digitization request that led to a discovery about the history of our own collections: the story of an O’Neill Library treasure hunt.