Learning Resources


Book Launch for Brethren Hollow by Bill Hemmig, Jan 28th 7pm

Join us for an enjoyable evening with Bill Hemmig, Dean of Learning Resources and Online Learning, as he reads from his newly published novella, Brethren Hollow. Use the following link to register for this online event https://tinyurl.com/ybxbx6bh

https://read-furiously.square.site/product/preorder-brethren-hollow/44?cs=true
Special promo code to use at checkout: BCCC 
Anyone who enters the code will get 10% off the book and will receive a bookplate signed by the author. 


Halting of Curbside Services

Library Curbside Services will be suspended on Tuesday, November 24th until further notice.

Bucks students, faculty, and staff in need of library materials are encouraged to make their requests by Thursday evening, November 19th for a Monday, November 23rd morning pickup.

To return materials, please use the library drop off link to schedule an appointment for either Friday, November 20th or Monday, November 23rd:

https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/BucksCountyCommunityCollegeLearningResourcesMaterials@bucks.edu/bookings/s/1Xe-1C7TqkuwmqtfgjEFmw2

  • Due dates will be extended on Bucks library materials. 


Me and white supremacy ~ Book Discussion Nov 19th

Join us on Nov 19th at 12:30 for an online book discussion of Me and white supremacy : combat racism, change the world, and become a good ancestor by Layla F Saad. Please use this link to sign up:  tinyurl.com/y3eucb8q

Print copies of the book are available to students, faculty, and staff for curbside pickup from the Newtown campus library. Requests can be made for a 3-week checkout through the library catalog today or by using this link: 
https://bucksedu.wufoo.com/forms/library-materials-request-form/
Call number: 305.809 S111 M479 2020    

Sponsored by Bucks Wellness & the Library 


Me and white supremacy ~ Book Discussion Nov 19th

Join us on Nov 19th at 12:30 for an online book discussion of Me and white supremacy : combat racism, change the world, and become a good ancestor by Layla F Saad. Please use this link to sign up:  tinyurl.com/y3eucb8q   

Print copies of the book are available to students, faculty, and staff for curbside pickup from the Newtown campus library. Requests can be made for a 3-week checkout through the library catalog today or by using this link: 
https://bucksedu.wufoo.com/forms/library-materials-request-form/   
Call number: 305.809 S111 M479 2020    

Sponsored by Bucks Wellness & the Library 


How to return your Library Books, additional information…

Curbside Drop-off of Library Materials:

Please use the following link to schedule an appointment to return library books using Curbside Drop-off: https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/BucksCountyCommunityCollegeLearningResourcesMaterials@bucks.edu/bookings/s/1Xe-1C7TqkuwmqtfgjEFmw2 

Please email library@bucks.edu with any questions regarding this process. When returning library materials you will not be permitted to exit your vehicle. Please keep to appointment times and communicate any last minute changes to library@bucks.edu. The library will not accept Bookstore books.

Library Information for Fall 2020

  • The physical libraries will remain closed, our extensive virtual services are available.  
  • Library Fall Hours (online/remote)
    • Monday – Thursday 8am – 9:00pm
    • Friday & Saturday 8am – 3:30 pm
    • Sunday 10am – 2:30pm
  • The library has a robust collection of electronic materials that can be accessed remotely with a Bucks username and password 24/7.
  • Student IDs are not available for the Fall 2020 semester.
  • To request curbside pickup of physical materials from the Newtown Campus, please use this form: https://bucksedu.wufoo.com/forms/library-materials-request-form/  Please allow extra time as this process can take up to two weeks to complete from the time a request is made. *Curbside service is limited to current students, faculty, and staff.
  • Library chat services and additional contact information:  https://www.bucks.edu/library/ask/
  • We are able to remotely address even the most complex of research needs. https://www.bucks.edu/library/fac-services/research/    (link is also on the Library Ask a Librarian page)