A recent Library acquisition is the Benezit Dictionary of Artists, a database that contains nearly 170,000 biographical entries on artists across all media, from painters and sculptors to calligraphers, ceramicists, illustrators, installation artists, and performance artists. Read more!
Cabell Directories include Accounting, Computer Science, Economics & Finance, Educational Curriculum & Methods, Education Psychology & Administration, Finance, Management and Marketing. Read more!
Polls are an integral part of everyday life with results reported daily in the media. Survey information provides much of the basic underpinning for newspaper and magazine articles, radio and television news reports and speeches of public officials. Read more!
The University Librarian reflects on the accomplishments of BC Libraries over the past five years and considers the framework for future strategic initiatives.
Brendan Rapple reviews the digital edition of The Letters of Matthew Arnold produced by the University of Virginia Press.
Nick Szydlowski and Laurel Davis write about recent exhibits at the Law Library.
Results of the Fifth Annual Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Mapping Contest at Boston College.
David Horn writes about the building and the rich resources of The John J. Burns Library of Rare Books and Special Collections.
Justine Sundaram writes about the 1,000+ students who, over the past year, visited the John J. Burns Library for instructional sessions that focused on teaching students how to do research while utilizing the Burns collections.
Barbara Hebard discusses It Will Take a Lifetime, a book of essays by Fr. Francis W. Sweeney, S.J., former faculty member, poet and founder of the Boston College Humanities Series.
Enid Karr writes about the Personal Librarian program that's intended to help new students become acquainted with the services and resources of BC Libraries.
Sonia Ensins considers several new useful features that have been added to ReferenceUSA, a popular business database.
The Boston College Tree Inventory Data is the most recent addition to the Boston College Data Archive. This is a project to inventory all trees contained within BC's three campuses.