Learning Resources


May 4th Margaret Montet @Newtown Bookshop

Join Bucks librarian Margaret Montet at the Newtown Bookshop on Wednesday, May 4th at 6:30pm. She will be reading and sharing behind-the-scenes stories from her book, Nerd Traveler. The event features literary treats and a book signing. For more information visit: https://www.newtownbookshop.com/event/evening-margaret-montet

The Newtown Bookshop is at 2835 S. Eagle Road in Newtown (in the Village of Newtown Bookshop near Friends).


Library Flower Sale!

The annual Mother’s Day Hanging Flower Basket Sale is back! 

The Friends of the Library will be selling flower baskets near the main entrance of the library (Newtown campus).

Monday & Tuesday, May 2nd and 3rd, 8am-3pm or until sold out.

Baskets are $15

cash/check/credit cards accepted


Student Research Conference Presenter Registration Deadline: 4/14 11:59 pm

The Spring 2022 conference will be virtual again and is scheduled for Friday, April 29th, from 9am to 1:15pm. Student presenters must register to present by 4/14 at 11:59pm, using this link: SRC webpageRegistration usually takes about 2 minutes.

https://www.bucks.edu/academics/department/lang-lit/conference/

NB: 1) The deadline is firm, even for students who are participating as part of a class assignment. 2) If students are forming an organized panel or giving a group presentation (see SRC webpage for details), each member of the group needs to register individually. 3) Audience members do NOT register; they just click into Zoom through the SRC webpage on April 29th.


Margaret Montet to appear at Free Library of New Hope and Solebury!

Join Bucks librarian Margaret Montet on April 14, 2022, from 6:30-7:30 at The Free Library of New Hope and Solebury for a presentation on Information Literacy and Fake News. This presentation almost always evolves into a thought-provoking conversation, so why not stop by and check out the talk?

Please register here: https://calendar.buckslib.org/calendar?cid=3891&t=m&d=0000-00-00&cal=3891&cm=2284&inc=0


John Bradley Scholarship Applications due March 30th

John Bradley Honorary Legacy Scholarship

Awarded to a student who has successfully completed one or more developmental courses (reading, writing, and/or mathematics), majoring in any program in one of the College’s academic departments. The student must be enrolled at least part-time (minimum of three (3) credits), and intend to return to BCCC in the following academic year after the award is made and enroll in a minimum of three (3) credits. There is no minimum grade point average required to apply. Applications due March 30th. Please submit to monica.kuna@bucks.edu or drop off in person to the library services desk (Newtown campus 3rd floor).

For more information visit:

https://www.bucks.edu/scholarships/legacy/