Beginning Friday May 1, 2015 at 7:00 am, through Saturday May 9, 2015 at 11:00 pm, Mugar Memorial Library will be open 24 hours.
During late night/early morning hours (generally between 11:00 pm and 7:00 am) access to the library will be restricted to currently enrolled Boston University students with a BU ID (Terrier card). All six floors of the library will be available for study space. Please note that during the late night hours, regular library services, such as checking out books, will not be available. Also, the Music and African Studies Libraries and Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center will be closed.
Mugar Library will provide a van service from midnight until 6:00 am for anyone that needs a ride home on campus. The van will make periodic pick-ups on Commonwealth Ave. in front of the GSU Plaza, with drop-offs at any on-campus location. If you have any questions, please call the Mugar Library Security Department at (617) 353-4015.
Good luck on your finals!
The press is the publishing arm of the National Academies of Sciences and Engineering, the National Institute of Medicine, and the National Research Council, and publishes books and reports that scientists, educators, and policy makers rely on.
Their Education collection is an outstanding source for current issues. A free account registration is required. Costs listed on the site are often for the purchase of physical copies.
These items are discoverable in BU Libraries Search.
Find Journal Articles
- Humanities Full Text
- MLA International bibliography
- Philosopher’s Index
- Religion & Philosophy Collection
- International Medieval Bibliography
- The Oxford Companion to World Mythology
- Who’s Who in Non-Classical Mythology
- Norse Mythology: A Guide to the Gods, Heroes, Rituals, and Beliefs
- Dictionary of African Mythology
- The Cambridge Companion to Greek Mythology
- Bulfinch’s Mythology
- Dictionary of Asian Mythology
- Dictionary of Celtic Mythology
- A Dictionary of Ancient Near Eastern Mythology
- A Dictionary of Superstitions
- Dictionary of World Mythology
- A Dictionary of Creation Myths
- Brill’s New Pauly
- The Hutchinson Dictionary of World Mythology
- Brewer’s Dictionary of Modern Phrase and Fable
- Theoi Project: Exploring Mythology in Classical Literature & Art
- The Perseus Digital Library
- Ancient Library
- Icelandic Saga Database
- Encyclopedia Mythica
- Camelot Project (University of Rochester)
- Classical Myth: The Ancient Sources
- The Online Medieval & Classical Library
- Folklore and Mythology Electronic Texts
- Forum Romanum
- Irish Literature, Mythology, Folklore, and Drama
- Wiki Classical Dictionary
- Forum Romanum
Pardee Management Library will be open extended hours during the final exam period. The hours for May 1 – 8 are listed below. Mugar Library is also holding extended hours.
|Friday, May 1||8 am – 8 pm|
|Saturday, May 2||10 am – 6 pm|
|Sunday, May 3||10 am – 12 midnight|
|Monday, May 4 –Thursday, May 7||8 am – 12 midnight|
|Friday, May 8||8 am – 6 pm|
Good luck with your exams!
Did you know that BU Alumni have remote access to many electronic resources including ebooks and full text journal articles? To access these resources, alumni may visit the Alumni Services webpage on the Library’s website. Databases currently available to BU alumni include ABI/INFORM Complete, Business Source (Ebsco Alumni Edition), ebrary Alumni Academic Complete (multi-disciplinary ebooks), JSTOR and Project Muse (multi-disciplinary journal archives), among other excellent electronic resources.
If you have any questions, please contact a reference librarian.
Did you know that BU Alumni have remote access to many electronic resources including ebooks and full text journal articles? To access these resources, alumni may visit the Alumni Services webpage on the Library’s website. Databases now available to BU alumni include ABI/Inform, Business Source (EBSCO Alumni Edition), JSTOR, Project Muse, and others. For additional information, please see the Library Services for Questrom School of Business Alumni page.
If you have any questions, please visit the Pardee Library Service Desk, or give us a call at (617) 353-4304.
Common Sense Media is a great site for parents and educators. A new feature of the site lists several common “Parent Concerns”, such as:
- Privacy and Internet Safety
- Violence in the Media
- Screen Time
- Sex, Gender, and Body Image
- Facebook, Instagram, and Social.
One can find reviews of books, games, movies, apps, and more by an age-appropriate slider. Also available on the main menu bar, the “Education” section contains a wealth of Digital Literacy eBooks for all grade-levels (these include Teacher editions), and other professional development tools.
The site is a fantastic way for parents and educators to help kids keep their social media interactions safe, productive, and positive.
Religion and the Roots of Climate Change Denial
Speaker: Katharine Hayhoe, Texas Tech University
Date: Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Time: 5:30-7:00 PM
Location: McGuinn Hall 121
A live broadcast of this event can be watched at http://frontrow.bc.edu/climatedenial for those who can not attend in person.
More information here.
Videos, pamphlets, and ephemera are currently being processed. If you would like more information about AREN’s holdings, please contact the African Studies Library.
Yazi Dogo – Hausa Theater Icon from the Republic of Niger, contains video and other materials organized by AREN founder John Hutchison and hosted by the African Language Materials Archive.