Much like the universe, Langsdale Library is expanding! Two departments have relocated to the second floor of H. Mebane Turner Learning Commons: Special Collections and Integrated Digital Services. The Special Collections research room– where researchers can view archival materials (by Continue reading Special Collections and Integrated Digital Services: New Digs!
Can you beat this score? Probably. The sliding tile game, 2048, has been all the rage in social media since it was introduced by the Italian programmer Gabriele Cirulli in March. Just for fun, here’s a special customized Langsdale Library Continue reading 2048: it’s not just for squares
On the left is is portrait of R. Loran Langsdale, for whom Langsdale Library is named. He has been peering out over the circulation desk in Langsdale Library for years. But now that we are operating on the 3rd and Continue reading Where’s Langsdale?
Our third floor move. So it’s finally happening: Langsdale is–right now, as I type–moving. Our shelves are slowly being emptied of their books, office dust bunnies and lost, favorite pens revealed as the movers move file cabinets and bookshelves. Traffic Continue reading Pardon Our Dust
Helicam Cinestar8 Octocopter testing by Ville Hyvönen on flickr Sometime between the end of the spring semester and the beginning of the summer, Langsdale Library will be moving to a temporary home on the third and fourth floors of the Continue reading Langsdale Piloting Book Delivery Drones During Move
As mentioned in the latest issue of the UB Post and our previous blog post, Langsdale Library is moving into the 3rd and 4th floors of the Learning Commons while our current building is remodeled. Photo credit: Catherine Johnson, University Continue reading Documenting our Move