University Launches Site For Scholarly Work - The Heights 2015-02-17


"In 1925, Boston College acquired Bapst, and in 1984, O’Neill. Now, in 2015, the University is creating a new kind of library. BC recently launched eScholarship, an online repository of faculty and student work. The digital collection was created in order to facilitate greater accessibility to scholarly material for BC students and faculty, as well as offer greater security in the preservation of these materials. This online resource will ease research by allowing readers to specify searches to works by a certain author, collection, school, discipline, and degree level. Readers can search for PDF versions of published and unpublished work, as well as submit theses and dissertations of their own ..."


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02/17/2015, 08:17

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02/17/2015, 03:17