At the beginning of this spring semester, Langsdale Library’s homepage got a facelift. If you visit our website on a mobile device, you will notice that the layout of our site changes to better fit your screen. Both the desktop Continue reading Do you use Langsdale’s resources on your phone/tablet?
Women’s History Month was first declared in the United States by President Ronald Reagan in March of 1988. With this year’s Women’s History Month now in full swing, Langsdale Library would like to highlight some documentaries from our collection that Continue reading Must See DVD’s for March
Langsdale Library, the Helen P. Denit Honors Program, and the Office of the Provost are sponsoring an undergraduate symposium entitled “Inspired Discoveries” on Friday, April 29, 2016 in the Business Center Auditorium and Atrium. This symposium will be part of Continue reading Inspired Discoveries: $500 scholarships for undergraduate student projects – enter by April 11!
The University of Baltimore Langsdale Library is pleased to announce a research fellowship program, funded by the University of Baltimore Foundation’s Fund for Excellence. The fellowship program will support archival research on structural inequality in Baltimore, to be conducted in Continue reading Fellowship Opportunity: Archival Research on Structural Inequality
Did you know that Langsdale Library offers a list of all of our newest materials? We do! Each month we’ll post an update letting you know about a few select titles, but there are far too many to mention here Continue reading New Materials at Langsdale
Many of you have been finding your discourse communities this Spring. Now that you’ve found it, you should participate! By contributing to the community you can also add to your resume. Historians, Political Scientists, Pre-law, and Business Managers should look Continue reading Discourse Community Participation
Author Gary Pattillo, writing briefly in CR&L News about a soon to be published study investigating the relationship of library usage to student outcomes, notes that at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky where the study was undertaken, “freshman and sophomore Continue reading Library Use