This guide will help you find scholarly print and online sources relevant to Art and Art History.
The guide is organized by pages along the left side. You can access all of the information on a page by scrolling or by clicking the links under each page.
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The BPCC Library/Learning Commons in located in Building A. The library owns over 45,000 items, including books, magazines, DVDs and Blu-Ray's, as well as a growing digital collection. Our electronic resources include indexes and databases which contain numerous newspaper articles. The BPCC Library is a member of the LOUIS consortium.
Computers in the Learning Commons allow access to the internet and various course-related software. Research assistance is available from professional librarians and staff members. Library instruction classes are offered for all courses.
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3 Study Rooms, each with a computer
Writing Support Services
Anatomy model cabinets
3 Study Rooms with computer for each
Your BPCC student ID is required for all services and resources in many areas of the Learning Commons, please have it with you at all times.
No food or drinks are allowed in the Learning Commons.
Please be respectful of others who are studying in the Learning Commons.
To find books and material that can be checked out, please look on the second floor of the Library.
Books: Up to 20 at a time for 14 days.
DVDs, BluRays: Up to 2 at a time for 3 days.
Renew: You can renew your items. Renew items by accessing your account or by visiting the Learning Commons in person.
For information about all of the Learning Common's policies, check the Library's FAQ page.