Brandeis University

The Brandeis Library is a rich environment that fosters research, teaching and discovery, and provides professional services, resources, experience and expertise. It empowers people to become creators and innovators, with reference and research services providing more than resource and citation help. Staff offer consultation sessions, embed themselves in classroom teaching, and present workshops on emerging trends in research, such as data visualization, open access and information literacy.

Brandeis University is represented on the Boston Library Consortium Board by Brandeis National Committee University Librarian Matthew Sheehy.

For the Brandeis Community

If you are a member of the Brandeis community and are interested in using the resources of other BLC member libraries, contact Brandeis Library’s Information & Borrowing Desk and ask for information about obtaining a Consortium Card.    

If you are a librarian at Brandeis interested in learning more about the BLC and how to participate, please send an e-mail to sstearns@blc.org.

Using the Brandeis Libraries

If you are a student, faculty member or researcher affiliated with another Boston Library Consortium member library interested in accessing the Brandeis Library, please contact the reference or information desk at your local library and ask for information about obtaining a Consortium Card.