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Bronx Community College Library website offers improved navigation for quick access to our resources and services. The site is also responsive, meaning you will get the same experience and content on all your devices, whether desktop computer, tablet, or smartphone. Remember, Activate your Library Account for the SUMMER 2018 Semester to access resources off-campus.
All students, faculty and staff now have access to the Wall Street Journal. All you need to set up your complimentary account is your BCC e-mail address. Click here to begin your subscription, wsj.com/BronxCC
The New York Times Digital is now available to all current CUNY students, faculty and staff! A NYTimes Academic Pass provides you with full access to NYTimes.com and the NYTimes.com smartphone apps* for 1 year from the date you activate it. You must use your BCC email account to access this free service. Click here to get started, http://www.nytimes.com/passes
CUNY OneSearch lets you search in one place for books, articles, DVDs, CDs, and more. CUNY OneSearch combines in one searchable place these three things: the CUNY library catalog; a massive index of articles from journals, magazines, and newspapers; and unique digital content from CUNY libraries
A streaming video resource with a vast collection of over 26,000 films covering a variety of subjects from leading producers. Collection includes documentaries, indie and foreign films as well as classic and blockbuster movies. For quick access on campus, click on the image. If off campus, please visit the A - Z Database list under the Research tab.
Please stop by the library to see our new exhibit, Fighting for Democracy: Dominican Veterans from World War II. Featured photo is of U.S. Army veteran Tito Enrique Canepa. Photo credit: The Tito Canepa Collection. Dominican Studies Institute Archives, City College, CUNY.
BCC Archives/Library is pleased to announce the development of two new educational resources that will enhance and promote the Hall of Fame. Visions of Greatness at BCC: Rethinking Racial Disparities in the Hall of Fame, a digital exhibit and a publication of a new finding aid for the Hall of Fame of Great Americans collection. For more information, please visit: http://bcc-cuny.libguides.com/archives/collections. Photo credit: "Uncle Harry" Swain, a former slave in his youth, places a wreath at the bust of Abraham Lincoln at the Hall of Fame, 1948.
The Archives’ purpose for this oral history project is to collect the vivid and provocative memories of BCC from students, faculty, staff and alumni. We are also interested in collecting stories from student groups and clubs, department chairs, retired faculty, and past and current administrators. For additional information, please click on the image. Photo credit: http://www.civicmediacenter.org/oral-history-project
CUNY Academic Works is an open access institutional repository dedicated to collecting and providing worldwide access to the research, scholarship and creative work of the City University of New York. This service is available to all BCC faculty and students who wish to submit scholarly or creative works, including articles, book chapters, conference papers, Open Educational Resources (OER), posters, and slideshows. For more details about submitting to the BCC section of CUNY Academic Works, please consult our LibGuide at http://bcc-cuny.libguides.com/academicworks. Questions? Contact Prof. Cynthia Tobar at email@example.com
Seeking information about funding and collaboration opportunities globally? Try Pivot, a new database, subscribed by the Research Foundation, available for all current members of the City University of New York (CUNY). To set up your account, you must use your CUNY email and you must login each time.
North Hall Library, 2nd Floor - 718.289.5431
May 25 - June 22
Mon. - Fri. 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sat. & Sun. CLOSED
Mon, June 25 8:00am - 7:00pm
We are committed to helping you reach your goals by providing you with quality resources and assistance.
We are here to support your research and instructional needs. Stop by to see how we can work together.
To assist you with your research needs, search our online databases. You can search by subject or topic.
To better serve our campus community the library has four service areas that have different goals and responsibilities.