Professional Library

The Professional Research Library provides information services and access to professional resources and the Multicultural Resource Library for Baltimore County Public School employees. The professional research librarian, Fran Glick, provides expert search services using DIALOG online services that provides access to many research databases not available to the general public. The library is located at ESS and includes a collection of books, scholarly journals, multicultural resources, CD-ROMS, database and eBook subscriptions (fulltext magazine, newspapers, books), and other information resources of interest to the educational community. The librarian is available for research assistance related to academic pursuits and fulfilling employment responsibilities with the Baltimore County Public Schools.

Services

  • Research assistance
  • Online database searches
  • Access to professional collection of books, journals, and media
  • Fee-based subscription to ProQuest (fulltext professional journals for K-12 educators)
  • Fee-based subscription to databases and eBooks (fulltext magazine, newspapers, books)
  • Access to the Multicultural Resource Library
  • ERIC document delivery
  • Maryland Interlibrary Loan from public and academic libraries in Maryland (books, journal photocopies, etc.)

Professional Library


Contact Information

 Librarian:  Fran Glick
 Phone:  410 887-4908
 Fax:  410 887-5811
 Email  fglick@bcps.org

Hours of Operation

7:30-3:30- Monday- Friday
Extended Hours by Appointment


Locations

Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
Educational Support Services Building on the Greenwood Campus at 6901 Charles St., Towson, MD 21204. It is housed on the1st floor in room 104. Get driving directions from MapQuest.

Monday and Wednesday
9611 Pulaski Park Drive Suite 307
Baltimore, Maryland 21220
410-887-4035
Get driving directions from
MapQuest.



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