Among the many new books at the Langsdale Library, The Book of William: How Shakespeare’s First Folio Conquered the World by Paul Collins, is worthy of note. [Call number: Z8813 .C65 2009] It describes the publishing of the First Folio Continue reading The Book of William→
Hello, I know you are very excited to see what’s going on in the library today; Right? Well I know I spoke about E-reserves but I wanted to mention Hard Copy Reserves this week. These are textbooks, videos and other Continue reading Hard Copy Reserves→
September 17 is Constitution Day. Find out more about this day and the document it celebrates by taking a look at our Constitution Day Guide: http://langsdale.ubalt.edu/howto/ConstitutionDay_guide.htm If you need help finding information on the Constitution, the Founding Fathers or any Continue reading Happy Constitution Day!→
An article in a supplement to the Baltimore Sun featured Langsdale and other area university libraries. The article, published Sunday, September 13, 2009, is entitled College Libraries: Universities provide a new frontier in research. The article highlights new ways libraries Continue reading Langsdale in the News→
Hi everyone it’s me again the Student Liaison helping you with all your needs @ Langsdale.I wanted to tell you about something that is very useful. Do you know that the E-reserves are available for you 24/7? Yes, I said Continue reading E-reserves→
. . .and read a book for fun! Check out Langsdale’s new Leisure Reading collection. Shelved just behind the reference desk at Langsdale, LR titles include such bestsellers as Twilight by Stephanie Meyer, Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Continue reading Take a break from studying→
Librarians Bob Pool (Law) and Tom Hollowak (Langsdale) played an integral role is rediscovering UB’s song, entitled only Alma Mater, and introducing it to the class of 2013. The story was recently featured in Baltimore’s Daily Record.
Langsdale Library will be closed for the Labor Day weekend, September 5-7. We will resume our regular hours on Tueday, September 8.
New to UB? Welcome to the school where knowledge works. I am Shamija Moncur the Student Liaison for the Langsdale library and like you, I’ve been there too. As the student Liaison it is my job to:1.Enhance the communication between Continue reading Welcome from your Student Liaison→
Flatlined lifts the veil of secrecy on twenty-first century health care and delves into the realities of good people caught in a bad medical system. Dr. Guy L. Clifton, a practitioner as well as a policy advocate, reveals first-hand accounts Continue reading E-Book of the Month→