Just in time for spring, Langsdale’s iMacs now have Office 2016 and Adobe Creative Cloud installed on them. Adobe Creative Cloud is a suite of Adobe programs, including InDesign and Photoshop. Our 13 lab iMacs also recently got upgraded to Continue reading NEW software at Langsdale
RED Talks, Research Engagement Day, is next Tuesday and Langsdale can’t wait to celebrate the research and creative works of UB’s faculty and graduate students! RED Talks is an opportunity for faculty and graduate students to share their research with Continue reading RED Talks: Research Engagement Day
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
There’s new technology in the library and we’re ready to show you what it can do! At its basic level the Touchjet Pond is a portable projector. But ultimately it’s a portable touchscreen tablet that can be projected onto any Continue reading It’s Here -The Touchjet Pond!
You can access Lynda.com training videos at Lansdale Library on 3 macs in the computer lab on the 4th floor (room 426A). Just login to any of the 3 designated macs (look for the sign) and use the shortcut on Continue reading Need Tech Training? Access Lynda.com @ Langsdale Library!
Now you can access Lynda.com training videos at Lansdale Library on 3 macs in the computer lab on the 4th floor (room 426A). Just login to any of the 3 designated macs (look for signs) and point your browser to Continue reading Lynda.com @ Langsdale Library
The Langsdale Library would like to officially introduce its newest Internet Archive presence. As is stated in its mission, the non-profit Internet Archive “is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a Continue reading Partnering with the Internet Archive
via Wikipedia I’ve never been much of a cheerleader for technology: a Luddite with an iPhone, a friend once called me; a technologically proficient skeptic with a Facebook account. I’m not sure what that says about me, about my convictions Continue reading Luddite with an iPhone
In the most recent update of the Pew Research Center Internet Project, survey results indicate the percentage of American adults who own a tablet computer has grown from 3% to 35% in just three years. An almost equal percentage of Continue reading iPads at Langsdale
Educause, a leading organization focused on information-technology issues in higher education released its 2013 ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology from the Educause Center for Analysis and Research (ECAR) last week. The report, which includes survey data from Continue reading National Study on College Students and IT Notes New Trends