The library catalog is the place to begin if you are looking for books, journal articles, cds, dvds, and other research materials. This video focuses on how to find books in the library system. For more detail, see Catalog Help.
Search on the BC Libraries home page (library.bc.edu) for books, journals, articles, and databases. (Click the image to start searching.)
Preliminary results divide Books & more, Articles, Website, and Librarians. To get a deeper look at a category, click "see all results." To get a deeper look at a single item, click the item. (To experiment with these results, click the image below to see them in a new tab.)
Search from the BC Libraries home page to find books, articles, journals, databases, and more. Initial search results will be divided by type: Books & more, Articles, Website, and Librarians.
Searches a large collection of database content including articles, dissertations, government documents, media, open access content, and some books and ebooks. Does not include all journal articles. For more precise in-depth searching, look on the "articles" page of an appropriate Research Guide or click the Databases link to find a specific database.
Find more than 100,000 journal titles. (Keep in mind these are journal titles, such as Nature or The International Journal of Secondary Education. To search for articles, use either Article search or an appropriate database.)