Each year BC asks a campus wide Big Question to help spark conversation on a particular issue or topic. To help faciliate the conversation, and assit those of you interested in doing addition research for a paper or class, the library has created a list of relevent print and electronic resources.
This list is by no means comprehensive. If you need more help researching a topic, please contact one of the librarians. We'll be happy to help you!
Also, if you have any suggestions for resources to add to the list, please email Cori Strickler firstname.lastname@example.org. The list will be updated throughout the school year.
Each of our library databases has a different collection of journal articles, newspaper articles, and other resources. Depending on your topic, one of the ones below should suit your need.
Remember: to access these resources from off campus, you will need to use our links for off-campus databases.
The library has organized a Recommended Websites list to help you find reliable web resources. Below is just a sample of resources that are related to the Big Question.
Information Literacy Librarian
Office Phone #: 540-828-5415
Email Address: email@example.com
What is the Big Question?
The Big Question for 2013-2014: What should change?
A sample of books from the library's collection.
Articles for Thought
To access these articles from off campus you will need your college ID number.