This is Dawn again.I am checking in with you to see if your research needs are met.Research can be a little overwhelming due to information overload. But, Langsdale makes life a little easier with databases organized into subject matter. Databases Continue reading Looking for resources? Check out our databases
Bibliophiles rejoice! Halloween will soon be but a haunting memory, but Langsdale Library’s annual book sale is imminent. Book lovers will have a huge selection to choose from, and ultra-savvy bargain-hunters can get a leg up on everybody else in Continue reading Bookmark the date: Annual Book Sale on November 3rd and 4th
Last week our student liaison posted a question on the blog about students’ feelings about ebooks and ereaders. Langsdale is considering having a few ereaders available for check out. Interestingly, I just read an story in the New York Times Continue reading ongoing debate about e-textbooks
This is your student liaison, Dawn. Congratulations students – we have almost reached the ½ way mark of our semester. Finally! I wanted to check in with you about a device that Langsdale may provide. Langsdale Library is conducting a Continue reading Do you want ebooks?
This time of year you’re working on the next big project for the semester. Maybe it’s in a field you’re unfamiliar with, or maybe you know your topic, but you still need to find resources. At Langsdale, we have library Continue reading Using LibGuides for research help
I don’t know how many faculty read the ProfHacker columns in the Chronicle of Higher Education*. Many of them offer useful suggestions for incorporating technology into the classroom or offer ideas on new course assignments and projects. In the latest Continue reading Chronicle column has teaching tips for faculty
Are you struggling with researching your next project? Well, don’t be shy, Langsdale Libary is glad to help. There are several ways to contact us — instant messaging, calling, emailing, social networking, and visiting. You will find we are quick Continue reading student Liaison says “don’t be shy”
Langsdale Library is celebrating Halloween by hosting a masquerade contest in October to coincide with our promotional READ posters. You and your disguise will grace a READ poster to be displayed in the library. It’s a great way to celebrate Continue reading Best disguise wins a prize