Tutors do an a amazing job — dedicating their time to help their peers succeed. The RLB Library hires and trains peer tutors who work as writing consultants, academic coaches, writing fellows, and, of course, tutors for math, accounting, statistics, Continue reading Thank a tutor during National Tutor Appreciation Week!
The UB Special Collections & Archives is celebrating American Archives Month throughout October! Let’s be honest, every month is archives month here at the UB Special Collections & Archives! But, every year October is a chance for everyone to learn Continue reading October is American Archives Month!
You probably won’t be surprised to learn that many librarians think research is fun. For students, however, it can sometimes be a source of frustration. It isn’t always easy to tell if you have a good topic, and it can Continue reading Join us for Research Party @ the RLB
Have you ever wondered about the history of University of Baltimore’s buildings? Was your college building constructed just for UB or did it have a previous life? Who used the space before you were a student or staff person at Continue reading The History of UB’s Buildings: The Liberal Arts and Policy Building
In archives and libraries “the stacks” refers to the many resources held by a repository for students and researchers to use. Librarians, archivists, and others work hard to preserve and make these resources and collections accessible and to create a Continue reading A Look Behind the Stacks: Meet the Library with Sarah Gilchrist
The Special Collections & Archives have been busy this past summer working to preserve and make accessible archival collections and digital resources. We are happy to announce that the Baltimore City Office of Civil Rights Records, a recently processed collection, Continue reading Explore Baltimore’s History with the Baltimore City Office of Civil Rights Records in the Archives
Congratulations to the editors and contributors of the recently published anthology: Baltimore Revisited: Stories of Inequality and Resistance in a U.S. City! Edited by Nicole King and Kate Drabinski of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and Joshua Clark Davis Continue reading Celebrate “Baltimore Revisited” at the Release Party!
You’ve just been handed an assignment in your HIST 295 class to research the life and times of a person from the past. You can’t help but feel the dread creeping into your core—how and where to go to find Continue reading Going Back in Time … with Newspapers.com
In recognition of Pulitzer and Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison, who was a keynote speaker here at the University of Baltimore in 2011, the RLB LIbrary would like to highlight a few of the 11 novels, nine non-fiction works, and Continue reading Tribute to Toni Morrison (1931-2019)
In archives and libraries “the stacks” refers to the many archival collections, books, and resources held by the repository for students and researchers to use. Archivists, librarians, and others work hard to preserve and make these resources accessible and to Continue reading A Look Behind the Stacks: Caleb Paul, Intern