Try Scopus, a multidisciplinary research tool, now at Boston College in 2016. Covering journal articles, books, patents and more, use it to research the literature, but also to analyze and visualize research productivity and trends, by topic, author, institution and more. Also compare journals with its built-in comparison tool.Colonial America
A major digital collection of largely manuscript material, Colonial America will, when completed, consist of 1,450 volumes of files held at The National Archives in London. It provides a variety of ways of exploring its contents, including Data Associations which allows the user to identify and explore the most common persons, places or keywords occurring in documents written by a particular person, written in a particular place, or containing a certain keyword.PBS Video Collection, 2nd Edition
A collection of 245 streaming video titles, this resource offers documentaries on subjects in history, science and technology, diversity studies, business, and current events.Dictionary of American Regional English
Published by Harvard University Press, the digital edition of this print reference work features audio, interactive maps, and insights into the DARE Survey.
Join Carli Spina (Head Librarian, Assessment and Outreach, O'Neill Library) to learn about TAGS, a tool that allows you to harvest tweets, archive them in a Google Sheet, and then analyze them.
Tom Wall reflects on his seven years at Boston College Libraries.
Scott Britton describes the eight positions that the library plans to fill in the coming months.
Kimberly Kowal introduces Special Collections Online, a new discovery layer designed to make it easier to find and access our digitized special collections.
Anna Kijas describes a recent digital scholarship project that saw the library partnering with an undergraduate to bring an exciting digital component to his senior thesis.
Jane Morris provides an update on the BC Libraries' membership in the ORCID organization and how you can create your own ORCID.
Shelley Barber, Amy Braitsch, and Lynn Moulton describe Burns Library's recent acquisition of an account by Margaret Skinnider set during Easter Week 1916.
Sally Wyman offers an update on our access to multidisciplinary research tool, Scopus, and details its features.
Emily Toner describes recent efforts to add content created by BC's research centers to BC's institutional repository, eScholarship@BC.
Barbara Mento discusses the launch of BC's instance of Dataverse and explains the advantages of using the platform.
Amy Braitsch details efforts to improve research access to the Graham Greene papers and personal library held at Burns Library.