Final Finish Strong

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

Langsdale Lends a Hand with ‘Rat Film’ Research

Inspection by Health Department, courtesy of the CPHA Collection, via flickr Next week, Langsdale Special Collections is hosting a colloquium where three fellows are going to give presentations on their research into structural inequality, sharing the information they unearthed in Continue reading Langsdale Lends a Hand with ‘Rat Film’ Research

Academic Support @ Langsdale

Langsdale Library and the ALC are open all summer long and we’re here to support you through all your tough summer courses! Working on a research project? Make an appointment with a Reference Librarian or drop by the reference desk Continue reading Academic Support @ Langsdale

Credo: New Database @ Langsdale

Check out the new materials at Langsdale! We’ve recently added Credo Reference to our list of databases. Credo covers all of higher education’s primary disciplines, with over 650 titles to search. It includes publications like encyclopedias, atlases, dictionaries, and reference Continue reading Credo: New Database @ Langsdale

Try Out Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press is at Langsdale for a limited time! Langsdale is hosting trials for four Oxford University Press resources up until February 16. You can find them here, as well as on our Databases page. Check out the right Continue reading Try Out Oxford University Press

APA Style Central Tutorials

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

Welcoming the Fellows, Part 1: Caitlin Rathe

Caitlin sizes up the scene When Caitlin Rathe, a student at University of California Santa Barbara, jetted into chilly Baltimore from the sunny Left Coast last February, she wasn’t entirely sure she was going to find what she was searching Continue reading Welcoming the Fellows, Part 1: Caitlin Rathe

The Power of Public Archives

Photo credit: Xpressive4ever Dance Inc.  There is something very powerful about public archives when they are used by citizens to improve conditions for the next generation. That’s exactly what Angela Koukoui and her colleagues are doing at Langsdale Library. Angela Continue reading The Power of Public Archives

Academic Syncopation

Breaks in the academic calendar are important in Special Collections because they allow time for in-depth research. It’s common for faculty and graduate students to take advantage of their time outside the classroom to develop theses, dissertations, peer reviewed articles, Continue reading Academic Syncopation