• Creating Conservation Champions

    Join the library on Thursday, April 15, from 12:30 to 1:30 pm for a Lunch and Learn! Hosted in Library Room 480 and via Zoom, presenter Susie Louis will discuss her organization Conservation Fusion and its mission. Mask wearing and social distancing will be practiced.

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  • More Than Books: Vol 24 Issue 2

    Check out our Spring newsletter! Our feature article discusses the importance of surveys and what library surveys are on the horizon for BU. The newsletter also talks about Allie O’Connor’s retirement, tips on powerpoint or Canva, a journal review on “Better Nutrition” as well as a book review on conspiracy theorists. Learn about apps such as Fax.Plus and ComiXology, as well as our upcoming events and so much more!

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  • Journal of Human Capital

    The JHC is dedicated to human capital and it’s expanding economic and social roles in the knowledge economy. Published quarterly, this peer reviewed academic journal was developed in response to the central role human capital plays in determining various aspects of how resources support economic growth. JHC offers a platform for a variety of topics, acting as a forum for theoretical and empirical work on human capital. Check out this great resource for your research needs!

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  • Cloudsource Open Access

    Accessing journal content can often be a confusing task, complicated by individual publishers differing subscription models, cumbersome paywalls and login screens, puzzling usage limits, and other copyright restrictions. The Open Access movement aims to change all that by making full-text journal content freely available on the web. Open Access Journals are published with no restrictions […]

    Posted on April 11, 2021 by Joel Hartung

  • National Unicorn Day

    Unicorns, those mythical creatures that capture the imagination of every child, are celebrated each year on April 9.  In spite of their imaginary existence, this horse-like creature with the single large spiral horn, has been found throughout history.  They appear in early Mesopotamian artwork and are described in myths and stories from ancient China, India, […]

    Posted on April 9, 2021 by Margie McCandless

  • Allium

    Alliums are members of the onion family and most are perennials. Did you know that Alliums are edible? At least some of them are. Alliums are bulbs or are plants in the onion family.  Edible alliums include onions, shallots, leeks, garlic, and chives.  Ornamental alliums include Giant Allium, Drumstick Allium and many more that you […]

    Posted on April 8, 2021 by Chris Armstrong

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