Library Blog Entry

Celebrating National Women's History Month!

Join the BMCC Library in celebrating: 

National Women’s History Month!  

 Today, women serve as leaders throughout industry, civil society, and government, and their outstanding achievements affirm to our daughters and sons that no dream is beyond their reach.”

--President Barack Obama            Read more here


Database of the Month:  CQ Researcher     

CQ Researcher database offers:

  • A revised “In the News” section, updated daily, connects CQ Researcher reports to news events
  •  This Week in History” tell readers what CQ Researcher was covering 10 years ago.
  • Recent Issues” are highlighted in a scroll bar across the bottom of the page to give users a peek  at new reports
  • Twitter and Facebook feeds now highlight recent report

Find what you need to make your report stand out! 


Celebrating African American History Month!

The story of African American History Month

begins in 1915, half a century after the

13th Amendment abolished slavery in the U.S.

Read more!




Database of the monthOpposing Viewpoints in Context

  • This database helps students research, analyze and organize a broad variety of data for conducting research, completing writing assignments, preparing for debates, creating presentations and more.
  • Click here to discover great information to help you make great presentations and produce quality papers!

Welcome to Winter Quarter 2012!

 The BMCC Library will be closed on

Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Monday, January 16, 2012
Check out our Database of the Month:
Click here to read more in our blog about this database, which is comprised of top stories on culture, politics, science, business, sports, the arts and more. This database includes coverage of important people including the world economic crisis, and many other top news stories from throughout the year, including:

The Year in Review - 2011 - a collection of articles comprised of 2011's top stories.


Native American History Month


Celebrate Native American History Month with the Library

Click here to find a wealth of information about what is

happening at Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and displays around the United States.