The BCC has appointed a new digital library for faculty members and students since December 2020. The library platform is ProQuest system and it is an innovator to resolve a challenge for accessing information and documentation on libraries or for researchers. It provides resources and tools supporting research and learning and for discovery and citation management and allowing library users to discover, manage, use and share bibliography and research gained from authoritative content.
Students and faculty member have access to the following information:
- Health Research Premium Collection: this collection is the most complete package in the health area, and addresses the diverse information needs of its users by offering a central access point to a wide variety of essential content from 1946 to the present.
- Sports Medicine and Education Index: this reference database offers abstracts and references in the field of sports science, sports medicine and dance. It also includes sports law, kinesiology, training, and sports sociology / psychology. Health education and physical therapy are also covered.
- Health and Medicine Ebook Collection: this collection offers access to support the needs of any student, faculty member or researcher in the field of health.
The BCC will have its own bibliographic fund to be able to cover the needs of the study program in each of the modules. In addition, access will be individualised for each member of the faculty and students