A recent article in The Chronicle of Higher Education discusses how Twitter can be effectively used in an online classroom to facilitate communication and increase feelings of connection between faculty and students in an online environment. The article also notes Continue reading Twitter in the classroom
Hello as a student liaison for Langsdale Library I’m trying to develop a stronger relationship with the UB community and Langsdale Library. One way we can achieve this is by having a book club at Langsdale that meets once a Continue reading Anyone interested in a student book club?
We had a successful MFA student reading earlier this week in honor of Banned Books Week (Sept 25 – October 1); now we challenge you to read your own favorite banned book on YouTube.Readers across the country are sharing their Continue reading Speak Out (Or Should We Say Read Out) for Banned Books Week
Yes, Langsdale Library does have 10 new ThinkPads available for use within the library. But this post is about the original Think Pads which first circulated in the 1920s. To find out more about the original Think Pad take a Continue reading The Original ThinkPad
Will we ever know how many pages are on the World Wide Web? Google surpassed the trillion-page mark in its index three years ago (Google, 2008), and this doesn’t count the deep web that its search engine doesn’t index? With Continue reading Creator of World Wide Web is now trying to measure its size
Hello, my name is Vincent Nowicki. I’m a sophomore at The University of Baltimore.My major is Jurisprudence and I’m the student liaison for Langsdale Library.I feel my job as liaison is to be a bridge of communication between students, faculty,and Continue reading Greetings from Langsdale’s new student liaison Vincent Nowicki
The display case in the entry to Langsdale Library commemorates the tragic events of September 11, 2011. Created by library staff member Brian Chetelat, this display features a number of books dealing with the events of that tragic day ten Continue reading Remembering September 11, 2001
Welcome back students. Langsdale Library has made some changes to our homepage. Visit http://langsdale.ubalt.edu/ to see our site and take some time to become familiar with all of the new ways to find information available to you. You can search Continue reading New and Shiny