You can use the library's catalog to find many books and other materials such as videos, government publications, and more.
Can't make it into the library or want to see all of the options available to you? Try looking at some of our Ebook collections! Some of these books are discoverable in the catalog, but others can only be discovered by searching the databases themselves. Here are some of the best bet places to look for ebooks:
Want to broaden your search to find even more materials? You can search for resources from libraries around the world using WorldCat.org.
You can also try searching Google Books.
If you find an item (book, article, book chapter, etc.) in WorldCat, one of the databases, Google Scholar, or online that the Bentley Library does not own, you can request for that item to be sent here for you to borrow. Use our Interlibrary Loan system to request materials from other libraries.
Interlibrary Loan will not be able to obtain e-books, the full issue of a journal, reference books, and may not be able to obtain DVD/Videos, audio books, conference proceedings, dissertations, or case studies.
Borrowing from Other Libraries
Did you know that Bentley Library is a member of the Boston Library Consortium? Find out how to borrow materials with a BLC card!