It’s a home, a university square where students and faculty will work together. It’s designed to inspire both individual research and collaboration. Kyle Fierstien The library is certainly home to us! With only a week before the highly anticipated move Continue reading Library 2.0: the new UB library
Langsdale is gearing up for the Spring 2018 semester with FREE workshops for UB students! Langsdale’s Achievement & Learning Center (ALC) offers around 200 workshops for the UB community every year. Whether you’re looking for course preparation (happening now!), computer Continue reading Free Workshops for UB Students
Langsdale and the ALC are thrilled to brag a little about our Fall 2017 semester offering of workshops. We’re gearing up for this semester with a full staff and a full list of workshops FREE to UB students. Whether you’re Continue reading New Semester, New Workshops!
Here are Langsdale’s holiday hours to help you plan your study schedule this week. We’ll be back in full swing on Monday. Have a great holiday!
Highlights from the Lidinsky Political Campaign Collection at Langsdale We are pleased to announce the addition of two new archival collections this fall: the Frank Lidinsky Political Campaign Collection and the Betty Garman Robinson Papers on community organizing. Both collections are Continue reading Newest Additions to the Archives
Business, Psych, Criminal Justice, or any other APA major? Don’t miss this opportunity to demo APA Style CENTRAL for free during the month of November. The ALC will be hosting a walk-in clinic for students and faculty to explore the Continue reading APA Style Central Tutorials
In the Winter of 2015, the University of Baltimore’s Klein Family School of Design became the new home of the Baltimore Poetry Library, the largest independent collection of poetry in the Baltimore metropolitan area. In an effort to expedite campus-wide Continue reading Baltimore Poetry Library comes to Langsdale
Happy NaMoWriMo! It is officially November, which means it is officially National Novel Writing Month as well. The event began in 1999, and last year there were over 480,000 participants. Over 1000 libraries, bookstores, and community centers found new ways Continue reading Happy NaMoWriMo
Photo credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center/Bill Hrybyk “Mikulski’s legacy starts with the ‘battle of the road.’” That’s the Baltimore Sun headline that caught my eye on the iPad this morning. Columnist Dan Rodricks highlights the roots of Senator Barbara Mikulski’s Continue reading Roots in the Road Fights
Mark Twain via Wikipedia There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics. – Mark Twain How does one chose a single university out of all the stellar universities in this country? Answer: Rankings? Earlier this month, US News Continue reading The Ranking Jangle in Higher Ed