Martha Berry Digital Archives opensThe Martha Berry Digital Archive (MBDA) is a collaborative project of faculty, staff, and students at Berry College and Bloomsburg University to make the Martha Berry Collection available as a free, interactive, searchable, and extensible educational resource designed to enable teachers, researchers, students, and members of the larger community to study and learn from it.
Martha Berry Digital Archives
Look for the blue flagFlying our blue flags is our way of letting you know where we are. Wherever library staff is working, you'll see our blue flag displayed. Come in and ask us for help in your research, where the latest information can be found, or just to say hello.
New Exhibit in ArchivesMcAllister Hall, after being referred to as simply the Science Building for over a decade, finally received an official name over Mountain Day 2012. Dr. Lawrence E. McAllister is the man behind the name.
The Man Behind the Name
Circulating iPads!Memorial Library now has 3 iPad 2s with WiFi 16GB. Check them out for 48 hour lending and take them anywhere.
How to borrow an iPad
Need a room for group study? Reserve it! You may now reserve the library conference room for evening use by simply following our new room reservation link. It's easy to use and will ensure that the space will be available when you need to use it.
Group Study Room Reservation
Library StoreThe library store is now open! The circulation desk is now selling supplies you might need for any school work or projects.
Writing Center @ Memorial LibraryThe Berry College Writing Center is now located on
the second floor of Memorial Library. Hours of operation for the spring semester: Sunday: 4 PM-10 PM, Monday-Thursday: 10 AM-10 PM; Friday: 10 AM-3 PM, Saturday: Closed.
Having trouble with off-campus access?Try using your active directory log-in information when accessing databases from an off-campus location. Still not working? Call us at (706) 236-1739 for assistance.
Videos on Demand!Coming Fall 2011: Stay tuned for details.
You asked. We answered!Students Try Out New Text-a-Librarian Service
Frequently Asked Questions