Are you at the School of Education and just need a quick answer?
Drop in at our circulation desk or see the reference librarian in room B15 — no appointment necessary.
Are you off site, or do you need to more in-depth research assistance?
Please email or make an appointment with Dan Benedetti, our education librarian and the Head of the Pickering Library.
More Ways to Get Help
- Search or browse Ask a Librarian FAQs
- Contact a different subject specialist
- View Education Guides or Education Databases
- View Research Guides, Course Guides, & How-to Guides
- Call the Mugar Library Research Center at 617-353-2700
- Ready to submit your dissertation? Call Brendan McDermott at 617-353-9387 for a consultation.
Pardee Management Library will be open the following hours throughout the summer:
|Monday – Thursday||8 am – 10 pm|
|Friday||8 am – 6 pm|
|Saturday||10 am – 6 pm|
|Sunday||12 pm – 10 pm|
For information regarding summer holidays, please visit our Hours Page.
If you have any questions, please reach out to us through our Staff & Service Contacts page.
This new ebook offers a solution to the problematic relationship between institutions of higher education and the question of compensation for amateur athletes. The authors are informed by critical race theory in their analyses of the topic, and also report on the results of a survey they conducted.
This and other ebooks are available on the ProQuest Ebook Central platform. For more ebooks suggestions on topics in education, try our Physical Education, Health and Coaching guide or our Higher Education guide.
Now through Sept 1st–whether you are new or returning, actively pursuing projects, making fall plans, or just looking to roam in the recordings–welcome or welcome back. Music staff are here to assist Mon-Thr, 8:30am-6pm and Friday 8:30am-5:00pm (see hours). Location: 2nd floor of Mugar Library, 771 Comm. Ave. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to inquire about something in advance.
Pardee Library will be open the following hours during Commencement Week (May 13 – 21):
|Saturday, May 13||10 am – 6 pm|
|Sunday, May 14||12 pm – 9 pm|
|Monday, May 15 – Thursday, May 18||8 am – 9 pm|
|Friday, May 19||8 am – 6 pm|
|Saturday, May 20||10 am – 6 pm|
|Sunday, May 21 (Commencement)||12 pm – 9 pm|
|Summer hours will begin on May 22.|
Many BU Libraries services and collections are available to alumni. Please avail yourself of these rich resources!
Digital access to some databases and journals remains for alumni through BU Libraries Search.
If visiting the campus you can use the library and its resources on site, including electronic resources, the listening room of the Music Library, and the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center. Reference help is also available in person, by email and phone. In addition, you can borrow books for 4 weeks with an alumni card.
More information on BU Libraries alumni resources can be found here.
Between the hours of midnight and 6:00 am, access to the library will be limited to currently registered Boston University students. All six floors of the library will be available for study space. Please note that after midnight, library services such as the Research Center and most circulation services, 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 Avenue in front of the GSU Plaza, with drop-offs at any on-campus location. If you have any questions, please contact Mugar Library Security at (617) 353-4015.
For detailed information about library hours and study spaces during exams, please visit: Extended Hours & Study Spaces Through Finals
Good luck on your finals!
|Thursday, May 4||8 am – 11 pm|
|Friday, May 5||8 am – 6 pm|
|Saturday, May 6||10 am – 6 pm|
|Sunday, May 7||10 am – midnight|
|Monday, May 8 – Thursday, May 11||8 am – midnight|
|Friday, May 12||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 main library website. Databases currently 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 contact the Pardee Library Reference Desk.
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.