Last week, the Federal Government launched Data.gov, a searchable catalog of free datasets available from federal agencies. You can browse by category (education, health, law enforcement, etc.) or by agency (Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Census Bureau, Bureau of Transportation Continue reading Free Datasets: Data.gov→
Langsdale’s Project Archivist Aiden Faust has received the Laurence B. Heilprin Award for student research at the University of Maryland’s College of Information Studies. Aiden will accept the award at tonight’s commencement ceremony in College Park. Aiden’s Archives Trouble: The Continue reading Staff member Aiden Faust wins UMCP award→
When I first started working at the Langsdale Library, in 1998, I was searching for books in our stacks and stumbled across an old set of volumes with the title Maryland in World War II: register of service personnel. I Continue reading Memorial Day Book Display→
Langsdale Library will offer free coffee and snacks. Monday-Thursday, May 5th-8th10am-6pm 1st Floor of Langsdale Library, 1420 Maryland Avenue Grab and go before your last classes of the semester, or stay and study!
Need a break from studying? Or looking for a quiet place to study? Come to Langsdale Library for free coffee and snacks. Monday-Thursday, May 4-7th 10am-6pm 1st Floor of Langsdale Library, 1420 Maryland Avenue.
Need a break from studying? Come to Langsdale Library for free coffee and snacks. Monday-Thursday, May 4-7th 10am-6pm 1st Floor of Langsdale Library, 1420 Maryland Avenue