Services at the Pickering Educational Resources Library
The Pickering Educational Resources Library offers many services for current members of the Boston University community and beyond. The open floor plan has space for about 80 seats, with separate rooms for collaborative work and quiet study.
Our eClassroom doubles as a computer lab when not reserved for a class. There are 23 computers in it, 4 elsewhere in the library, and printing on all is available through the MyPrint system. We have one scanner in the library and it is free to use.
Our circulating collections include books on teaching and other materials on Pre-K-12 educational practice, books for children and young adults, and Pre-K-12 educational kits and manipulatives.
Faculty services include the use of our eClassroom and Sustainability Resources Center, librarian-led tutorials within classes, and course reserves, among others.
Our staff is available to help answer questions about our services. Contact us by calling (617) 353-3734 or visit the library for assistance. The education librarian, Dan Benedetti, can also be contacted directly to answer questions or to schedule more in-depth research consultations.