The Bertrand Library features a robust collection of materials including books, journals (both electronic and print), research databases, government documents, films, a/v equipment and more. Faculty and librarians work together to build the collection, whose primary goal is to support the University curriculum.
Here are some key features of the collection:
We are pleased to be able to offer library visitors access to our electronic resources.
While the Bertrand Library subscribes to over two hundred research databases and electronic journals, access is limited to current Bucknell faculty, staff and students and visitors while on site. There are a few freely available research databases that non-Bucknell users can access from off-campus, including:
If you would like information about a specific database, or want to inquire about availability of additional databases, please contact the Library Services Desk at 570.577.1462, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or browse our Research by Subject guides.
The Bertrand Library offers the following services/resources to guest users:
Because our first priority is to serve the current members of the Bucknell community, availability of electronic/computing resources is limited. At especially busy times of the day/year (during finals, etc.), we can not accommodate guest users.
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