Final Finish Strong Do you find yourself looking for a place to study late night on campus to get ready for finals? Are you looking for a one stop shop where you can get academic support? If you answered Continue reading Final Finish Strong
Christine Wertz ’17 takes a page from history Many of the most crucial battles in the LGBT+ movement happened in the 1980s, and–as history major Christine Wertz discovered– a number of them happened right here in Baltimore. Christine already had Continue reading Helping An Undergrad Illuminate Local LGBTQ+ History
Do you have an idea for a business? Maybe you want to develop a business plan? If so, Langsdale Library has a number of resources that could help. For example, we have information on industry trends, outlooks and barriers to Continue reading The Business Plans Handbook is the library ebook of the month
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O. Von Corven “The Great Library of Alexandria Last week I got an iPhone, my first. As you could probably guess, I’ve spent the past few days both trying to figure the thing out and browsing the insane amounts of Continue reading iPhone Apps and Library Books
Albert Einsteinakg-images / Universal Images Group Spring Break has come and gone. The countdown of the last 6 weeks begins now. It’s time to begin thinking about those final papers and projects that will be due soon. Research is usually Continue reading Need help researching for end of the year papers?
Hi! I’m Pete Ramsey, one of the Reference and Instruction Librarians at Langsdale Library. I joined UB in August this year, and have been enjoying my work here very much. You may have seen me at the reference desk, in Continue reading Going Farther with Google Maps
From Compiler: Wired Blogs:Google To Add Embedded Videos to Default Search Results We’re here at Google’s Searchology event in Mountain View. Google’s Marissa Mayer has announced that the company is launching a new, integrated search experience Wednesday called Universal Search. Continue reading Google Universal Search Launched Today
In celebration of Black History Month, Langsdale Library is highlighting works that touch on this year’s theme: “From Slavery to Freedom: Africans in the Americas.” We have also highlighted some other works by or about African-Americans that may be of Continue reading NEW: Black History Month Resources Page
Cite RightPN171 .F56 L55 2006“Includes comprehensive coverage of the following citation styles: MLA; APA; CSE (biological sciences); AMA (medical sciences); ACS (chemistry); Bluebook and ALWD (law); AAA (anthropology and ethnography).” Greenwood Dictionary of World HistoryD9 .B88 2006“An indispensable, handy, and Continue reading New Reference Books