• 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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  • More Than Books Podcast: Episode 44 now Available!

    Each episode features library staff members discussing a topic related to literature, libraries, technology, pop culture, and more. In this episode, Sierra and Emily, along with our special guest Haley, will take you through some of our favorite YA Romances! Grab your beau and enjoy a cozy and romantic podcast for two (or three). Now available on iTunes!

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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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  • Library Facilities Evaluation Survey

    Partake in our Library Facilities Evaluation Survey to let us know how the Library facilities serve you! Participants will be entered into a drawing for a $10 Amazon gift card. This survey will run from February 27th until April 2nd and the winner will be notified by email once the survey is closed. Anonymous surveys are ineligible for the prize drawing. Paper copies are available at the Reference desk.

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  • Lean Library

    The browser extension Lean Library helps you access our library resources through a simple Google search. Via searches, it also provides alternate means to texts we do not currently have. It is currently available for most major web browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Opera. To get started, just click the “Download Now” button to install the browser extension today!
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  • Promoting Women in Science

    The study of science has always developed our understanding of the world around us. From Ada Lovelace (the first computer programmer) to Rosalind Franklin (who discovered the shape of DNA) science is what pushes humanity to grow, change, and innovate. Unfortunately, women have often been underrepresented in the scientific field. Even today, women make up […]

    Posted on March 5, 2021 by Megan McIntosh

  • Texas Independence Day

    Texas, currently known for being the second largest U.S. state has been a region sought out by many different countries throughout its history.  In fact, Texas has been claimed by six nations.  As early as the 16th century, Spanish explorers mapped the coastline of Texas and claimed the land for Spain. In the late 17th […]

    Posted on March 2, 2021 by Lorraine Patrick

  • All About Apps Winter 2020

      We all enjoy apps that help us in our everyday life. We found a handful that you might be interested in adding to your collection. Be sure to check these out!    Audible: Need a new book but with no time to sit and read one? Audible, a great source for audiobooks, podcasts, and […]

    Posted on February 28, 2021 by Allison Schafer

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