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We are celebrating the right to read during Banned Books Week, September 21 - 27. Check out the Banned Books Display & Photo Contest in the Student Center, on Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 22nd and 23rd, from 11:00 - 1:00. We are also featuring Banned Books during our monthly Library On the Go  which will be held during the lunch hour on Sept. 26, from 11:00 - 12:30 at the ESB.  Grab your lunch from the food truck and a book to read while you are there!..Also, look for the Find Banned Books posters around campus to participate in the Scavenger Hunt Contest, Sept. 20 - 29.

Check out the new and improved eCatalog!  It has many more features, as well as improved filtering options and functionality to help you find exactly what you need.  Click on the eCatalog button on the library homepage to access it.

Discovery Search, on the library homepage, has been upgraded too, giving you even better results. In case you didn't know, Discovery Search will search nearly all the library databases simultaneously, saving you time by not having to search databases individually. There are some tricks to using it effectively which you can find on the Discovery Search pages in BUILD IT.


Welcome to the Bellevue University guide on Gun Control.  This is a good starting point for general research in this area. The areas covered by the sampling of resources include gun control, violent crimes and deaths, the National Rifle Association and arms transfers, as well as firearms ownership, law and legislation. Resources include reference selections from the BU library, database resources, and Internet links. Each book title links directly to the library Catalog.  Database recommendations link directly to specific databases and Internet links cover various aspects of this topic.

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