Don't miss our next Lunch and Learn: "Television's Golden Age" on Tuesday, April 17 from 12:30 - 1:30 in Library Rm. 480. Adjunct faculty member, Margaret Smith, will lead a discussion about how cable-alternative TV shows are gaining popularity. She will bring up shows such as: Orange Is the New Black, Stranger Things, and The Handmaid’s Tale. Register here
Paint & Sip. Have fun painting while sipping (non-alcoholic) sparkling cider with others from Bellevue University. Drop by the library any time from 2:00 - 4:00 pm on Thursday, April 26,
Food for Fines will be going on the entire month of April. If you have overdue items or outstanding fines on returned items, just bring in a non-perishable food for each overdue library item. Your fines will be cleared and food will go to the Bellevue Food Pantry. A win-win situation for everyone!
Statista Workshop. Learn how to use Statista to find statistics of all kinds for your research papers. Offered online on Tuesday, May 1, from 7:00-8:00 pm, via Blackboard Collaborate. Register here.
A BETA version of the revamped BUILD IT (Bellevue University Information Literacy Development Interactive Tutorial) is now available for you to preview. Check it out here and read all about the process and the changes you will find to BUILD IT in the feature article of our library newsletter (see below).
Episode 28 of the library "More Than Books" podcast, The Spotify Parable, is now available on iTunes. Joel and Colin discuss the concept of digital ownership and whether or not we delude ourselves by thinking that such a thing exists.
Welcome to the Bellevue University guide for Legislative History. This guide will help you locate the documents needed to compile a legislative history. Resources for finding this information include library legal databases, websites, and books. Tabs are labeled according to their content. It is recommended that you read through all the information before beginning your legislative history, as some methods may work better than others, depending on the legislation being researched.
Legislative History refers to the progress of a bill through the legislative process, and to the documents that are created during that process.
Components of a legislative history, in order of importance: (http://lib.law.washington.edu/ref/fedlegishist.html)
You will be prompted for your BU login when you attempt to access the library databases and e-books from off campus.Your username is your 8 digit student ID# preceded by Bellevue\ . Be sure to use a backslash and not a forward slash, after Bellevue, with no spaces before or after it. Your password is the same one you use for Blackboard and BRUIN. It must meet the requirements of 8-32 characters using a combination of upper and lower case letters, numerals, and special characters. You will be required to change your password every 90 days.