Library

About the Fisher College Library

The Library serves as a gateway to information resources, creating an environment in which the members of the Fisher College community can access and use information in a constantly changing, technologically driven world.

The library embraces the College Mission by providing resources designed to support the curriculum, to promote intellectual curiosity and cultural appreciation, and to engage students, faculty and staff in the teaching/learning process

Library Resources

As a member of the Metro-Boston Library Network (MBLN), Fisher students, faculty, and staff have access to resources from several libraries, including The Boston Public (all 26 branches), Chelsea Public Library, Malden Public Library, and Fisher College.

BiblioCommons

Access over 27,000 books and films in our Integrated Library System through BiblioCommons.

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Library Archive

Search Fisher College's digitized collection: The Charles Viewer, The Beacon, and College Catalogs. 

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Online Databases

Access resources on any subject you need to research in Fisher College's online databases. 

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Fisher Library: Serials Solutions

Search Fisher College's databases for full text availability by journal title.

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Films on Demand

Access a wide variety of videos and movies both on campus and remotely through Films on Demand.

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Boston Public Library: Serials Solutions

Search BPL databases for full text availability by journal title.

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Contact Us

Fisher College Library
118 Beacon Street,
Boston, MA 02116
T: 617-236-8875
 
Joshua McKain
College Librarian 
T: 617-236-8854
 
Cara Parkoff
Associate College Librarian 
T: 617-236-5420
 
Robin Colleen Moore
Librarian 

Library FAQs

Library Privacy Policy

The Fisher College Library does not share personally identifiable information with outside vendors or with anyone else inside or outside Fisher College. As a member of the Metro-Boston Library Network (MBLN), Fisher College adheres to the Boston Public Library's "Patron Privacy Policy," which follows the "Code of Ethics of the American Library Association."

The Librarians have access the College's database of student, faculty and staff information, which includes names, Fisher College identification numbers, home addresses, and e-mail addresses. The Librarians need access to this database in order to generate 14-digit Library barcodes from the Fisher identification numbers that are required to access both materials and databases of the MBLN and to contact borrowers regarding overdue and lost materials.