Did you know that we have more than just books? Many still believe that libraries only have books. Yes, even today in our wondrous world of technology people still think this is true. In fact, we have over 35,000 full-text Continue reading Check us out… online
On the drive home tonight, I listened to a compelling argument for a broad liberal arts education from UB’s President, Bob Bogomolny. He acknowledged that the world today is changing at such a rate that students must prepare for not Continue reading President Bogomolny on WYPR’s Humanities Connection
This summer Langsdale is fortunate to be joined by two budding librarians, Lindsay and Rachel. You may have seen their faces at the reference desk over the last few weeks or months. Now is your chance to learn a little Continue reading Welcome to A Few New Faces!
With such success last summer finding out information about the staff of Langsdale Library, we are bringing you four new faces from our library staff for you to “get to know.”This past winter, Phil DeLoria, the University Archivist in our Special Collections library, Continue reading Get to Know: Phil DeLoria
In honor of commencement season, and more importantly, our own UB graduation ceremonies this week, take a peek at some performances of the traditional Graduation march “Pomp and Circumstance“ Congratulations Graduates. March on!
Langsdale Library’s Special Collections has been working in partnership with the UB Post staff and student workers to make a collection of back issues of the student newspaper kept in the university archives available online. Recent digital back issues and Continue reading UB Post Available Online
UB Faculty members Jessica I. Elfenbein, Thomas L. Hollowak and Elizabeth M. Nix recently published Baltimore ’68: Riots and Rebirth in an American City. This book offers chapters on events leading up to the turmoil, the riots, and the aftermath Continue reading UB Faculty publish Baltimore ’68
Attention students, faculty, staff, and administrators: Do you know about Open Access and how it relates to all of us in the UB community? “Open access (OA) is a worldwide movement wherein full-text scholarly articles are completely free and unrestricted Continue reading Open Access: What is it and why does it matter?
This semester’s edition of the Langsdale Link (the official Newsletter of Langsdale Library) is chock-full of information about Langsdale and its services. Here is what you can find “inside”: Welcome from the new directorNew Library Director Lucy Holman provides an Continue reading Read all about Langsdale: The Fall 08 Langsdale Link is here!
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Langsdale Library is highlighting works that touch on this year’s theme: “Generations of Women Moving History Forward.” We have also highlighted some other works by or about women that may be of interest. Here’s Continue reading NEW: Women’s History Month Resources