Faculty / Staff Directory
Dean of Learning Resources
Head of Public Services
Administrative Assistant III
Are books passé?
Have memory sticks outpaced library stacks? Are libraries now just for social networking? Some say libraries
are obsolete, part of the past. But that statement is simply untrue.
Today libraries are enjoying a golden age, flourishing not only in the confines of a building,
but also in the continuously expanding Internet universe. In the United States, 2 billion items were checked
out last year with nearly 1.8 billion visitors annually. The age of technology is not threatening our libraries,
but complementing our services and expanding our reach.
The BPCC Library is about information and data sharing and community. The Library provides a
gathering place for faculty, staff, and students, complete with trained informational professionals—called
librarians—who foster inquiry and assist with the interpretation of information both onsite and online.
National Library Week is April 15-21. This is a time when all types of libraries and the people
who use them celebrate the contributions of all libraries, librarians, and library workers in our schools and
communities and on campuses. Come help the BPCC Library celebrate. Visit the Library. Join our community.
"Come together @ your library."