Celebrating the 6th Annual GIS Mapping Contest, University Librarian Tom Wall awarded gift certificates as prizes to authors of winning GIS posters on April 22nd in the O'Neill Lobby. Read More about the GIS contest!BrowZine
Wouldn't life be easier having just one place to find and read most of the journals you follow? It can be. Read More about BrowZine!Book Review by Fr. P. S. Kiley, S.J.
Stourton, a BBC journalist, has produced a program on the Catholic Church and narratives to accompany the series. Read More about Edward Stourton.
Human Rights Studies Online provides documentation, analysis, and interpretation of major human rights violations and atrocity crimes worldwide. More about Human Right Studies Online.Punch Historical Archive, 1841-1992
From 1841 to 1992 Punch was, arguably, the world's most celebrated magazine of humor and satire. Read more of the Punch Historical Archive.
Tom Wall looks back over the past academic year and discusses some Library changes, initiatives, programs and partnerships.
The New Sommervogel is a comprehensive and searchable online bibliography covering books, book chapters, journal articles and book reviews pertaining to Jesuit Studies.
Jane Morris discusses a new initiative to support faculty who revise their curricula to include high-quality materials that can be accessed at minimal cost to students.
BC Archives and the Digital Library program have collaborated to bring researchers thousands of historic images relating to Boston College athletics, buildings, faculty, and special guests and events.
Since its establishment in 1785 thousands of readers' letters have been published in The Times. Brendan Rapple provides some interesting examples.
Three BC students write about their experiences as Reading Room assistants in Burns Library.
Bill Donovan considers the "life" of BC graduate theses and dissertations after their completion by students.
Enid Karr writes that a number of Geology book series, such as special publications, memoirs, and field guides are now accessible online and available to the BC community.
Wanda Anderson writes about Lecture Capture, a technology that allows instructors to create recordings of classroom lectures and share them with students online and in Canvas.