The Burlington County Library has two locations one on the Pemberton Campus in the William K. McDaniel Integrated Learning Resource Center and the other on the Mount Laurel Campus in the TEC Building.
Pemberton William K. McDaniel Integrated Learning Resource Center
601 Pemberton-Browns Mills Road
Pemberton, NJ 08068
The William K. McDaniel Integrated Learning Resource Center is located on the Pemberton Campus. The facility is the first building on the right when you enter the campus on Academic Drive, just off the Pemberton Bypass (Pemberton Parkway).
About the William K. McDaniel Integrated Learning Resource Center Library
The William K. McDaniel Integrated Learning Resource Center houses the main library, the Distance Learning Office, the Tutoring Center, Writing and Math Labs, the Teleconference Center and a student lounge; it’s truly a resource center for students and faculty.
There are more than 115,000 items available in print and non-print, which can be accessed via our integrated online catalog. We provide additional resources to our students and faculty via inter-library loan services.
Our electronic databases, most featuring full-text documents, can be accessed both on and off-campus, via Internet access. Our online databases support academic programs such as psychology, nursing, education and literature.
Additionally, we have more than 11,000 titles in our reference collection and approximately 4,500 items on reserve by class, including requisite textbooks. Our information specialists are available every day, including weekends, and can be reached at extension 1306. Reference assistance is augmented by our "Ask a Librarian" instant messaging feature on the library homepage.
Teleconference Center (ILRC Room 102)
A comfortable state-of-the art technological meeting room is available for BCC and public functions. This instructional meeting room seats 75 people. To schedule the room, contact Scott Abbamonte (for internal groups) and Tara Martinson (for external groups).
The Career Adaptive Learning Literacy (CALL) Lab has been developed for Burlington County College under several Carl Perkins Vocational Education grants funded through the State of New Jersey. The CALL Lab, on the second floor of the William K. McDaniel Integrated Learning Resource Center in Room 203, is designed to provide self-paced, self-administered adaptive technologies for students who have special needs. The lab is wheelchair accessible and provides special tools and technologies to assist those individuals with hearing, visual impairments, and learning disabilities. The lab is also open to residents of Burlington County who have a disability.
Monday-Friday 9 am-4:45 pm CLOSED Weekends
Telephone: Extension 1202 at (609) 894-9311
The Pemberton facility is the designated repository for the Pinelands Collection. This facility also maintains the following collections:
- Pinelands Collection
The Pinelands Commission has designated the BCC library as the official repository for the countless volumes of documents, books and other memorabilia on the Pinelands, a unique region of New Jersey.
- Lou Gaul Cinema Collection
Donated by Lou Gaul of the Burlington County Times, this collection houses videos, DVDs and texts highlighting the best of American and World Cinema.
- Welsh Memorial Collection
Robert G. Welsh is a former senior professor from the Liberal Arts department who donated his personal library to the college. It is now maintained as a collection in the Burlington County College Library in his memory.
- Educator's Professional Development Collection
This collection, conveniently located at the top of the 2nd floor stairs, is dedicated to supporting our BCC educators. There is an array of books and journals on topics ranging from instructional practices, assessment techniques to strategic planning. We welcome your input in growing this collection to further support the faculty’s needs. Contact Lanzhen Tian at extension 1306 or 1104 or email@example.com for additions, in any format, to this collection.
- Center for Social Justice
This collection was initiated to address issues related to social tolerance, in particular, holocausts, religious intolerance, rights of the oppressed, materials on ethnic cleansing and other related issues.
Mount Laurel TEC 500 College Circle
Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054
Telephone: 856-222-9311, ext. 2021
609-894-9311, ext. 2021
The Mount Laurel campus is located on Route 38 between Hartford Road and Briggs Road and is easily accessible from the New Jersey Turnpike and Route 295. It can also be accessed from Marne Highway (Route 537). From Hartford Road, turn into the campus on Penmark Drive. Make a right on Votta Drive. The TEC building will be on your left.
About the TEC Library
The TEC Library is located in Room 111 on the first floor of the TEC building on the Mount Laurel campus; the library serves the information and research needs of BCC students, faculty, and staff. This facility supports all BCC programs and houses the paralegal collection. The library has full access to all BCC library online resources. Print and audiovisual materials from the main library are available through the public access catalog and are generally delivered in two business days.