We’ve been providing virtual reference service during the winter months. The Newtown Campus Library reopens on Sundays, 1:00pm-5:30pm beginning April 6th. We’ll be open on Sundays through the end of the spring semester.
Join us for a book discussion on The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.
Lower Bucks Campus Library, Thursday, 2/27, 12:30pm-1:30pm
Newtown Campus Library, Wednesday, 3/5, 12:30pm-1:30pm
A limited number of copies of the book are available to borrow through the library.
The book discussion is sponsored by the Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library.
Welcome to Bucks, and to Learning Resources! We’re looking forward to helping you to succeed. Learning Resources includes the Library, the Open Access Computer Lab, MInDSpace (for working on multimedia assignments), the Technology Learning Center (TLC, for technology help), the Tutoring Center, and the offices of the Virtual Campus (Online Learning). All these things are conveniently located together in the Library building. We’re the busiest place on campus–and you need to come in anyway to get your student ID card–so stop by and check us out!
By the way, you can like Bucks Learning Resources and Bucks Library on Facebook!
Now you can get help from a librarian by text message! Just text your question to 215-970-7123. If the librarian is offline your message will be saved and we’ll get back to you as soon as a librarian is available.
Check out our Ask-a-Librarian page for all of the ways to contact the Library.
The Library has acquired the online version of this encyclopedia of chemicals, drugs, and biologicals, which chemistry and nursing students have been using for years in its print version. Link to it from the Databases page of the Library’s website, or search for Merck Index in the online catalog.
The Library website’s Databases page now has a new design that will make it easier to find the electronic resources you need.
- The complete list of databases is more complete than ever, with the most popular EBSCOhost databases linked individually.
- A drop-down menu at the top of the page allows you to see recommended databases by subject, and by type of content. Do you want to see only the best databases for literary criticism, or psychology? Do you want to know which databases have newspaper articles? One click and you’re there!
- You can still link to information about off-campus access, and contact a librarian directly from the Databases page.
Have a look, at http://www.bucks.edu/academics/learn/library/databases/.
The College is closed from December 21 through January 1. The Virtual Campus is open to assist students in Intersession classes, including access to tutoring and library services. Assistance is available if you are encountering challenges with course registration on the web. If you are new to Bucks and have applied and completed the Placement Test requirement, you can schedule your advising & registration session. For details on all of these please see http://bucks.edu/break.
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