Come visit the Law in Postcards exhibit while it's still on display, and grab a bookmark and catalog! Read More!Therapy Dogs Visit BC Law Library
Therapy dogs help to lower anxiety, provide relaxation, and release calming endorphins. Read More!
Just as the Burns Library's iconic Ford Tower evokes the tower of Ballylee Castle, so does one story draw another, as the Irish proverb goes. Read More!10 years of AJCU's "AskaLibrarian24/7"
The Association of Jesuit Colleges & Universities came together ten years ago to form a consortium whose mission is to provide point-of-need, high quality, online virtual reference chat service. Read More!Checkout Audiobooks on OverDrive: Enjoy eBooks and audiobooks Anytime, Anywhere
Want a good book for a long car ride? Like to listen to fiction while working out at the Plex? Read More!
Tom Wall announces that the new eScholarship@BC, BC's digital repository, is live and ready to showcase faculty and student work.
Jane Morris and Emily Toner discuss some of the features of the new eScholarship@BC repository and provide a number of cogent reasons why one's scholarship should be deposited there.
Conservator Barbara Hebard writes about Dr. Virginia Reinburg's 'history of the book' course which was enhanced by integrating books from the Burns Library in the curriculum, and by incorporating hands-on workshops in the conservation lab.
BC Libraries have recently acquired the digital Loeb Classical Library which is comprised of 520 volumes of the most prominent ancient playwrights, orators, historians, philosophers, poets, mathematicians, medical writers and Church Fathers.
Enid Karr writes about user-created "collections" in HathiTrust and how these collections can yield additional benefits from this increasingly important database.
The Burns exhibit A Common Cause: The Lives and Works of David Goldstein and Martha Moore Avery showcases the latest fully processed collection from the Burns archives.
David Horn writes about the Burns Library's Emmet Larkin Papers, a large and varied collection of the papers of the famous American historian of nineteenth century Irish Catholicism.
Burns Librarians David Richtmyer and Kathleen Williams write about two fascinating Irish related volumes recently acquired by Burns.