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Oxford Biblical Studies Online

Oxford Biblical Studies Online provides a comprehensive resource for the study of the Bible and biblical history. It offers a ready access point for a wealth of Bible text and commentary. The Bible content is supplemented by collections of major apocryphal Old and New Testament texts in translation.


Oxford Scholarship Online: Social Work

47 e-books from Oxford Scholarship Online. Strengths in broad areas of the discipline, such as child welfare and mental health, are supported by a particular focus on research methods and evidence- based practice.





Staff Activities
Conferences, new staff, accomplishments.

Faculty Publication Highlights
Interviews with authors of newly published works.

Faculty Research Support
Resources and procedures to support the research process.

Newsletter Archives

Boston College Libraries


University Librarian Thomas Wall

New University Librarian, Tom Wall, introduces himself, offers his first impressions, outlines his strategy on hearing about faculty needs, and summarizes his philosophy in leading the Libraries.




Lapus Lazuli Scarab

Recent Acquisitions by Burns Library

A review of some of the more notable recent acquistions of the Burns Library.




Lisa Feldman Barrett Faculty Publication Highlights

Lisa Feldman Barrett discusses the new fully peer reviewed journal, Emotion Review.




WorldNew Discovery Tool WorldCat Navigator

Enhanced access to collections from libraries in the Boston Library Consortium and around the world.




Barbara Hebard in the Book Lab

New Conservator Barbara Hebard

What does a book conservator do? New conservator Barbara Hebard let's us know.






The Evolving Book

The notion of what is a book is clearly evolving. How exactly do we define a book today?




Apple iconLibrary Technology Updates

Some brief updates on library technology initiatives to improve services and enhance access to the collections.


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