Over the past few decades libraries have evolved from storehouses of books to vibrant user-centered spaces that embrace learning, research and collaboration.
Reflections on the 2017 Digital Scholarship Incubator and Upcoming Events.
Exhibits and newly digitized records complement teaching and research resources developed by area institutions.
The Boston College Libraries are using Tableau to visualize our data and better understand our users’ needs.
Ever seen a dog walking through O’Neill Library and wondered why? Here are all the details about our therapy dog visits!
Citation management software lets you spend more time on research, less time worrying about styles.
The Bookbuilders of Boston scholarship funded work to create digital versions of previous Burns Library physical exhibits. Betsy Pingree, a PhD candidate in history, reflects on creating more accessible scholarship.
News on recent funding secured to make Irish and Irish-American cultural heritage available.
Boston College researchers now have access to the complete American Antiquarian Society Historical Periodicals Database on the EBSCO platform. It provides access, discovery and high-quality scanned images of its 6,500 American periodicals published between 1684 and 1912.
In November 2017, Boston College Libraries expanded our collection of comics and graphic novels and gave them a new home on the first floor of O’Neill Library.
Are you curious about Burns Library holdings and if/how they can enhance your courses? Burns Library staff encourages faculty interested in using special collections materials to enhance the learning outcomes of their courses to contact us for more information. Burns Library staff encourages faculty to contact us to develop sessions using special collections materials and/or help design activities and assignments that require students to apply and demonstrate what they have learned.