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Open Access Fund Available

Interim Provost Joseph Quinn and University Librarian Thomas Wall have established an Open Access Publishing Fund. The Fund will reimburse article processing fees for Boston College authors who publish in fully open access journals.

Read the announcement in the Library Newsletter.
Read the Fund Policies.
Apply for funding online.


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24 Hours Begin 04/21

O’Neill Library, will be open 24/7 beginning on Monday, April 21 & continue through Tuesday, May 13 at 11pm. Gargan Hall begins 24/7 starting Monday, April 21 at 5pm through Tuesday, May 13 at 5pm. Additional study space will be available at O’Neill Library during the 24/7.  Click here for a list of rooms & times they will be available for student use.

2014 GIS Contest Winners!

It is with great pleasure that the Boston College Libraries announce the winners of the Fifth Annual Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Mapping Contest at Boston College. The response this year was impressive in the relevance, variety of topics and the attention to social justice and environmental issues. Prizes were awarded to both graduate and undergraduate entries with a third place tie for graduate submissions. Click here to read more.

Exhibits

Burns Library  - Are You Being Served? Historical Menus from the Archives

Burns Library - The Jesuit Victorian Poet: Gerard Manley Hopkins 125th Anniversary

O’Neill Level One Gallery - Dirty Charles Cleans Up His Act: an environmental success story

O’Neill Level Three Gallery - Illuminating Stained Glass: an Exhibition of Selected Decorative Windows of the Bapst and Burns Libraries

O’Neill Library Lobby - Lost Pagodas Found!

Stokes Hall - Revealing America’s History Through Comics

Theology and Ministry Gallery - If Heaven Be Your Destiny! The World of American Catholicism, 1945 - 1965