Have you heard that records are making quiet comeback? Record sales were up in North America in 2008 and again in 2009. In the age of the mp3, what’s all this buzz about vinyl? Come see for yourself at Langsdale! Continue reading Vinyl — What’s the buzz?
Measures for Clinical Practice and Research solves a persistent problem for students in research methods classes in fields like psychology: how do you obtain a copy of one of test instruments that researchers use to perform original experimental research? Test Continue reading Test Instruments
Here is Tyeshea Neal, another student worker here at Langsdale Library. What do you like about the library? The quiet area’s where I can study. If you could recommend a service from the library to a friend what would it Continue reading Langsdale Library Presents…..
Here’s Naim Alali, another student worker here at the Library. What do you like about the library? It’s quiet and I can get whatever I need done. I also like the study rooms and that everything is easy to find Continue reading Langsdale Library Presents…..
This week is International Education Week and I asked a few of Langsdale Library’s staff to recommend a book by an International author. Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe-recommended by April Duncan Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini- recommended by Catherine Continue reading International Education Week
OK, so the end of the semester is quickly approaching, next on my list of things to do, is to introduce to you the student workers at Langsdale Library. You may see them around the stacks, behind the circulation desk Continue reading Langsdale Library Presents…..
Ship’s Bell of U.S. Cruisers Maryland and Baltimore Returned to Library – Along with Scholarship Over four years ago it was announced that “The great bronze bell that has stood at the center of the John and Frances Angelos Law Continue reading The Bell is Back!
The basement in Langsdale Library will be closed for asbestos abatement from Monday Nov. 16 – Wednesday Nov. 18. The basement will be inaccessible during that time. Fortunately, there is not much down there at the moment so most people Continue reading Langsdale Basement to be closed, Microfilm inaccessible
In this eloquent and eye-opening adventure narrative, Colin Legerton and Jacob Rawson, two Americans fluent in Mandarin Chinese, Korean, and Uyghur, throw away the guidebook and bring a hitherto unexplored side of China to light. They journey over 14,000 miles Continue reading Invisible China: E-Book of the Month
The University of Baltimore was founded in 1925 to provide an opportunity for working adults to receive degrees in Law and Business graduating its first class in 1928. This graduating class began the tradition of publishing an annual yearbook. Known Continue reading UB Yearbooks on the Web