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Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)

Find and Use Library Resources and Websites

Note: You may have to log in with your OneLogin (BC email) to access library resources.

Why Would I Use a Library Database?

Library databases are great sources for finding information for your research paper. In the databases, you will find peer-reviewed or scholarly articles for your research. Journal articles and newspapers can be useful because you may find information on a topic that is so specific that no book has been written about the topic. Also articles may be more timely since it takes longer to publish a book.

Find Textbooks in the BC Libraries


Central:

  • Central campus library has a selection of textbooks
  • Textbooks are located in the Reserves section at the checkout desk
  • You need to show your BC ID card to use them
  • They cannot be checked out and removed from the library

Central checkout desk- 954-201-6649


North:

  • North campus library has a selection of textbooks
  • Textbooks are located in the Reserves section at the ASC checkout desk
  • You need to show your BC ID card to use them
  • They cannot be checked out and removed from the library

North ASC desk- 954-201-2262


South:

  • South campus library has a selection of textbooks
  • Textbooks are located at the Periodicals window on the 2nd floor
  • You need to show 2 forms of ID card to use them
  • They cannot be checked out and removed from the library

South reference desk- 954-201-8896

Get STEM Assistance

Services provided at the ASC:‚Äč

  • Academic Support Labs (STEM Centers, Math Labs, Writing Centers)
  • Collaborative Project Spaces
  • Graphing Calculator
  • Open Computer Centers (Printing)
  • Study Groups
  • Textbook Reserves
  • Tutoring by Certified Tutors (multiple subject areas)

And much more!