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April 14 - 22, 2014

Mon 9 AM - 6 PM
Tue 9 AM - 6 PM
Wed 9 AM - 6 PM
Thu 9 AM - 6 PM
Fri 9 AM - 5 PM
Sat 10 AM - 6 PM*
Sun CLOSED
Quiet Study Area

*No Internet Access in the
Library on April 19

 

What's New in the Library in 2014?


April

9th Annual BMCC Library Can You Haiku Contest

To enter, go to the Submission Page.

January

Additional Trial Databases Now Available!

Please visit the Trial Databases page.

New Citation Tutorial Videos!

MLA Style and APA Style



2013


December

Fall 2013 BMCC Library Newsletter!

The latest library newsletter is available to download.


September

New Trial Databases!

The following are new Psychology trial databases:
PsycEXTRA
PsycTESTS


August

New Multiple Online Resource Search!

EBSCO Discovery Service is now available on the homepage to search online resources, including e-books.


July


New Databases!

The following databases are now available:
Oxford Islamic Studies Online
DSM-5-TR Online

June


Additional Request Forms Available!

Two new helpful request forms have been added to the website: the Faculty Turnitin Appointment Request and the Database/E-journal Request.

Spring 2013 BMCC Library Newsletter!

The latest library newsletter is available to download.



May


Off-Campus Access Video Updated!

The "logging in from off-campus" tutorial video is updated.

Updated Library Hours!

The Summer Session hours are now available.

April


Research Consultations Are Now Available!

On April 23, the BMCC Library unveiled a new service. In addition to the
Ask a Librarian service, librarians are now available to help students one-on-one with their research projects. Both half hour or hour sessions are available and appointments can be scheduled with 24 to 48 hour notice.

Please take advantage of this new service available to all students and fill out the reservation form today!

8th Annual BMCC Library's Can You Haiku Contest

Professor Dorothea Coiffe started the BMCC Library's Can You Haiku Contest eight years ago and continues to coordinate and co-judge it every year during Asian Heritage Month at BMCC. Her co-judge this year was Professor Elise Song.
Haiku is a traditional form of Japanese poetry that has three lines of 17 syllables-consisting of 5, 7, & 5 syllables, respectively. (The rules for writing Haiku in Japanese are strict, but in other languages it is simpler.)

Eligible entrants needed to conform to this year's rules. Each poem had to be an original haiku in the 5-7-5 format and contain any variation of the word CLASS. On April 23, the judges declared two winners and two runner-up/honorable mentions, all of whom were BMCC students.

The winners were:

Smiling old blind man
With fake, no class, shiny coin,
Resting in his hand.

-R. Lemnaru

Secondhand things, but
I still live like a princess:
A high-class lowlife.

-R. Elliott

Runner-up/honorable mentions were:

All human beings
Breathing, bleeding, all in sync
Your class is my class

-D. Ventura

Individuals
So intelligent while free
Classes of them move

-E.B. Alulema



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