The Bucks Library is pleased to present some expanded online resources while the physical library is closed.
Additionally, a new open source database called National Emergency Library is available. It contains a collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed.
Please visit the Bucks Library Databases page and try them out. (Monica Kuna)
Use these forms to request Information Literacy or MInDspace Sessions
Use these ILL forms to request books and articles from the Newtown, Bristol Campus and Upper County campus or if BCCC does not own the book or article.
We hope you like this LibGuide. We tried to highlight information and resources that you might use often. Please remember that the Library's webpage contains even more detailed information, including databases, the Library catalog, and other helpful stuff.
Use this link for the databases: http://www.bucks.edu/library/databases/
Use this link to find a list of our in-house-created tutorials: http://www.bucks.edu/library/tutorials/
There are more links of interest to faculty in the boxes to the left.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us or any other Learning Resources folks. We would love to help you!
Poonam and Margaret
You can access the library databases from off campus with your Bucks UserID and Password. For more information check the webpage about Accessing the Databases. You may contact the HelpDesk at 215-968-8191 for additional help.
The Library has more than just books these days. Check out the links below for resources in other formats.