The Library offers many services whether you are on-or off-campus:
Chat: ‘Ask a Librarian’ will be available for the entirety of the fall semester. See the chat hours below and the chat window on this page. Help with research assignments, finding your class materials, and navigating online blackboard courses-we’re here to help!
Email: (email@example.com) Librarians are available by email when the library building is open and during remote service hours.
Video/Phone: Reach out through chat or email; librarians will set up video or phone calls with the system that works best for you: Zoom, Google Hangouts, WeChat.
YOUR REMOTE LIBRARY HOURS:
Chat, email, remote-librarian support available during the following hours:
- Monday: 10-6 pm
- Tuesday: 10-8pm
- Wednesday: 10-8pm
- Thursday: 10-6pm
- Friday: 10-6pm
If you need assistance outside of these times, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are more than happy to set up an appointment that works best for your schedule.
NOTE: Our hours are subject to change. Please reference our calendar (on the Annenberg Library Homepage) for up-to-date information on our hours.
Research Guides: The library’s research guides are a great place to start exploring your classes and topics on your own. Most Spring 2020 Pine Manor classes have their own individual guide, if you do not see your class, we recommend a general subject guide on your topic. Also check out our citation guide of MLA, APA, and Chicago styles.
Databases: Here you will find scholarly articles and eBooks, company and country data, and primary sources. The database list can be filtered by subject from the drop down menu. For subject-specific database recommendations, see the relevant research guide.
Interlibrary Loan Articles: You can select the blue “Request it through InterLibrary Loan” when using the library OneSearch from the home page or fill out this linked form if you need help locating an article not on that page. As always, feel free to email email@example.com for direct help with article access as well!
For more Database choices, you can explore what Online Resource the BPL offers. Massachusetts residents and students residing in Massachusetts while attending school are eligible for a Boston Public Library eCard, be sure to use your Massachusetts address. Learn more by clicking on the links below: