The RLB Library begins its popular series of free Excel workshops on September 28, 2022. Three different sessions will be held to accommodate busy schedules. Learn the basics of Excel! Get comfortable using Excel. Learn how to navigate the interface, Continue reading Learn Excel With Free Workshops!
What if your professor has assigned you a research paper, and you don’t know what to write about? Here are some tips and tools to help you get started. Your topic can be on something you’d like to learn more Continue reading How Do I Find a Topic for My Research Paper?
Welcome to the RLB (Bogomolny) Library! We have three events during Welcome Week to help you get a good start on your semester. Event 1. Jumpstart Your Semester Workshops (Online and In-Person) Start your semester the right way by attending Continue reading Welcome Week Events at the RLB Library!
Would you like to keep up with what’s happening in and around the Baltimore business community? The RLB Library has an online subscription to the Baltimore Business Journal. This digital edition of the journal is a great resource for current Continue reading What’s Happening in the Baltimore Business Community?
Need some ideas for summer reading? Check out these ebook titles recently acquired by the RLB Library: Junaluska : Oral Histories of a Black Appalachian Community (2020) edited by Susan E. Keefe and Junaluska Heritage Association. “Junaluska is one of Continue reading New eBooks for July Reading
This blog post was created and written by Bria Warren, Inheritance Baltimore Community Archives Fellow. Learn more about the Community Archives Program at UBalt and Johns Hopkins University. Since August 2021, I have been working in a fellowship focusing on community Continue reading Thoughts From a Community Archives Fellow
The Johns Hopkins University and University of Baltimore’s Cultural Arts Legacy Project will be hosting free cultural arts activities at the Cherry Hill Arts and Music Waterfront Festival on July 4, 2022, at the festival grounds from 1 p.m. to Continue reading “Cultural Arts Family Reunion”: A Gathering to Rediscover and Rebuild Community at the Cherry Hill Arts and Music Waterfront Festival
We’re pleased and excited to announce Angela Koukoui has been appointment as our Outreach & Engagement Librarian. Working collaboratively with all areas of the RLB Library, Angela will develop, implement, and assess a variety of efforts both in-person and online Continue reading RLB Library’s First Appointed Outreach and Engagement Librarian
Just in time for summer reading! Check out this selection of ebooks recently acquired by the RLB Library. Becoming an Engaged Campus: a Practical Guide for Institutionalizing Public Engagement (2011) by Carole A. Beere, James C. Votruba, and Gail W. Continue reading New Ebooks for Summer Reading
With finals approaching, the RLB Library is a great place to study. There is plenty of quiet space with pods, glass-enclosed rooms, and private rooms to choose from. During DeStress Fest Week (May 9-13), you can also stop by Room Continue reading Come to the Library to Study and DeStress!