Spring Semester 2021
Monday-Thursday 8:00am - 6:00pm
New Trial Databases at BC3 Library
America's Historical Newspapers makes it easy for students to search and browse hundreds of U.S. newspapers published from 1690 through the 20th Century, including titles from all 50 present states. This fascinating content instantly makes history more real and relevant, giving students a better understanding of not only the past, but its lingering impact on present-day issues and events, as well.
Includes current and archived news content from more than 12,700 sources spanning 200+ countries and territories across the following regions.
The Library will provide a curbside pickup service to make books and other library materials available to patrons. Books must be from the BC3 Library's collection and noted as being “Available” in the BC3 Library Catalog. To use this service, complete the Curbside Pickup form.
We will contact you to schedule a pickup date and time. Pickup times will be between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm, Monday-Friday. At this time, curbside pickup is only available at the Main Campus location. The pickup location is the driveway between the Succop Theater and the Business and Allied Health Building. See map and directions.
Use it to find books, ebooks, DVDs in the library's collection
Reference databases are
A great place to start your research
Provide definitions, introductory information, facts, vocabulary/keywords, names
Preferred over Wikipedia by your instructors
Include citations for your bibliography!
Collection of encyclopedias, reference databases, issue topic databases
ProCon.org - web source that focuses on the pros and cons of controversial issues.
Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes scholarly literature across an array of disciplines including peer-reviewed academic journals and books, conference papers, theses and dissertations. Some of the resources are freely available full-text, others you will need to request using the library's Article or Book Request Forms.
Many publishers have opened up their online resources, making them freely available during the COVID 19 Pandemic. The following are sources that are temporarily available.
American Association of Publisher's compiled list of resources publishers have made available: https://publishers.org/aap-news/covid-19-response/
Ancestry expands collection with National Archives access: Start Exploring
Duke University Press
Cambridge University Press
Full online access go to LibraryJournal.com
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Password: LJfullaccess1
Digitized editions of magazine archive: click on "Access Digitized Edition" in the upper left-hand corner or click on Bookshelf in the upper left corner
Clarion University has shared this webpage with Broadband Resources and Internet Speed Test Websites.
Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, or PUA, is a federal program for people such as independent contractors or self-employed workers who are unable to work as a direct result of COVID-19 and are not eligible for regular state unemployment benefits.
Copyright Clearance Center links to freely available academic resources on COVID 19, useful for study and teaching in different subject areas including health, medicine and chemistry. https://www.copyright.com/coronavirus-covid-19/
STM compilation of COVID 19 related research articles and chapters https://www.stm-assoc.org/about-the-industry/coronavirus-2019-ncov/
Wiley articles and book chapters freely available on COVID 19 https://novel-coronavirus.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/
Laurie Eytel, Circulation Secretary, x8246
Brooke Draper, Acquisitions Secretary, x8293
Jennifer Greenwald, Librarian
Jean Shumway, Librarian, x8296
Martin Miller, Dean of Library Services, x8210