JBU students and employees can now sign up for complimentary access to the New York Times website, courtesy of the JBU Library, by activating your pass at https://nytimesineducation.com/access-nyt/. (Search for "John Brown University," not "JBU.")
New York Times content is also available for cross-search with other major news publications via the ProQuest U.S. Newsstream database:
Browsing collections of multiple types of media for entertainment and personal enrichment are now available in the lounge area behind the research help desk.
Fiction and popular nonfiction books for when you need a break from your textbooks.
Academic videos and documentaries on many subjects, as well as feature films including Academy Award Best Picture winners.
An assortment of classic and contemporary games and jigsaw puzzles are available for check out by JBU students or employees.
The current volume of print magazines and journals for an array of interests. (In-library use only.)
In anticipation of future renovations, the library has removed several thousand print books and journals over the summer that were in poor condition, obsolete, or otherwise no longer useful for JBU students. We think you will agree with us that it is much easier to find the books you really need on our less crowded shelves. Please be patient with us as we continue to shift and review the books in our collection during the coming academic year, and as always feel free to ask a library staff member if you're having trouble finding something you need in the library.
We welcome recommendations for new library acquisitions! Faculty, please use this form; students and staff, please email us.