When you think of bookmobiles, you probably wouldn’t consider this mode: The Mongolian Children’s Mobile Library exists through the efforts of publisher and translator Dashdondog Jambyn, who takes children’s books by camel to nomadic herding communities and remote parts of the Continue reading It’s National Bookmobile Day!
What would you do if you were accused of a crime you didn’t commit? And then given a sentence to die in a gas chamber? Before 1985, in the state of Maryland, there was not much you could do. You Continue reading Bloodsworth
Community Archives Workshop 2018 at University of Baltimore This free 2-hour long hands-on workshop will provide tools and training that will help individuals, activists, and community organizations with ways to archive and preserve their documents, photos and artifacts. Bring your Continue reading Community Archives Workshop 2018 at University of Baltimore
Need a poster printed for a conference or class presentation? Submit your Poster Request Here. The library’s Access Services is now providing poster prints for academic presentations and poster sessions. With the financial support of the Office of the Provost, Continue reading RLB Library Poster Printing
Many people have benefited from the unique archival materials we have here at UB Special Collections and Archives department. The collections inspire countless researchers, students and faculty to learn more about the artifacts they’ve uncovered. There’s more to Continue reading Leaving a Legacy Honoring the History of Archive Donors
The Robert L. Bogomolny Library and the University of Baltimore are thrilled to be chosen as 1 of 79 institutions, nationally, to receive a $15,000 grant from the National Endowment of the Arts to fund an NEA Big Read Program. Continue reading Book Drive for the NEA Big Read at UB
The Oldfields School visits Langsdale Library’s Special Collection For the month of May, Oldfields School for Girls does a 2-week experiential learning program for the students to get a wide variety of history, art and culture. Last week, Oldfields students Continue reading The Oldfields School visits Langsdale Library’s Special Collection
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
This photo by unknown author is licensed under cc by-nc-nd 2.0 Here’s an interesting essay in the Chronicle of Higher Education on the changes (losses) we face in academic libraries and the impact on higher education (and I would argue Continue reading Libraries’ place in the university
Did you know that your UB Library offers a list of all of our newest materials? We do! Each month we’ll post an update letting you know about a few select titles, but there are far too many to mention Continue reading New Materials at the Library!