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 email@example.com. The list will be updated throughout the school year.
Each of our databases has a different collection of journal articles, newspaper articles, and other resources. Below are a few that contain resources related to this year's question.
Remember: to access these resources from off campus, you will need to use our links for off-campus database access.
The library has organized a list of Recommended Websites to help you find reliable we resources. Below are just a sample of the resources that may relate to the Big Question.
Reference librarians are available to help with your questions big or small.
Walk-in questions are welcome or you can schedule an one-on-one appointment
Call Us: 540-828-5642
M-TH from 8am-10pm and Fri from 8am-5pm
Or you can contact us 24/7
Email Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Text Us: 540-318-1962
A sample of books from the library's collection
This articles are provided to help you brainstorm topic related to the Big Question.
You will need your college ID number to access the articles from off campus.