Photo Credit: Kaitlyn Veto Left Bank Books, an independent bookstore in Saint Louis, Missouri responded to the Ferguson protests with “a community curated list of books that explore race” in the United States. That project, known as Black Lives Matter:A Reading Continue reading Reading: Black Lives Matter
Libraries have always been concerned with protecting people’s privacy. Some say that, in our online world today, privacy is dead and we should resign ourselves to this unfortunate fact. Not so. If you are concerned about protecting your privacy online, Continue reading Who is watching you online?
Are you looking for “date movies” with which to woo your sweetie this Valentine’s Day? Or do you just want to kick back with a cinematic love-a-thon regardless of what the calendar reads? Langsdale has you covered with a vast Continue reading Romantic Reels
There’s a very dominant narrative in our culture that online is forever. We warn young adults to be careful about what they post on social media lest it wind up in the hands of future employers. But not everything is Continue reading Not everything is forever online!
There have been a few blog posts written before about the WMAR-TV and WJZ-TV Collections, but today I would like to discuss the process of actually finding and accessing an AV item that is requested. First, how might researchers even Continue reading Finding AV in Special Collections
Over the past few years, Langsdale Library has been providing access to a growing collection of ebooks, Even if you are someone who prefers the printed page, reference books seem particular well suited to an electronic format. For these sources, Continue reading Reference Ebook of the Month: The Statistical Abstract of the United States