Quick refresher or for new students… Langsdale Library allows an item to be checked out for long periods of time. Due dates can fluctuate as it depends on the item — books, interlibrary loan requests (periodicals, journals, books, etc.), and Continue reading Reminder on Due Dates
Cupcake socials, classes taught by reference librarians, laptop loaners, and faculty and liaison orientations. These are just a few of the many things Library has already offered this semester and it’s just September. Working in Langsdale Library has afforded me Continue reading Library Constantly Reaching Out, Take Advantage!
Langsdale Library is celebrating the freedom to read during Banned Books Week. In public and school libraries around the world, many books are challenged, banned or censored – 460 challenges were reported to Office of Intellectual Freedom in 2009. Most Continue reading We’re reading banned books!
I am attending a conference this week titled “Yours Mine and Ours: Leadership Through Collaboration”. Specifically, the topic is convergence of archive, library and museum collections, a trend that seems to have been developing over the past decade.“We have no Continue reading Restoring CALM (Cooperating Archives, Libraries and Museums)
Mango languages online language-learning system is available 24/7 via Langsdale Library. Learn Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portugese, Russian, Spanish, Thai, Turkish, or Vietnamese at your own pace in your own place!
Hi students! We wanted to remind you that Langsdale Library is a great place to meet when working on group assignments. We have group study areas located all over the library. Recently, we added more areas in the lower level, Continue reading Langsdale has great new study areas
This is Dawn again —your student liaison. I hope you enjoyed your first week of class and enjoyed the long weekend! Langsdale Library is here for your needs and we are open to student suggestions. Therefore, we will display an Continue reading Open for suggestions
Adjunct English professor Dr. Arnold T. Blumberg, is making news by bringing zombies to his English 333 course. Blumberg, an alumnus of UB, is a professed zombiephile and author of Zombiemania: 80 Movies to Die for. The new course will Continue reading Professor brings zombies to UB
It’s true! 2 laptops and 8 mini notebooks are available for use within Langsdale Library. Stop by the Circulation Desk to take advantage of this new service or for more information. You’ll need your current UB ID and library barcode.
The Langsdale Library invites all UB students to a cupcake party on Wednesday September 8, 2010. From 3pm until the cupcakes run out. And these are not any ordinary cupcakes, the library is serving gourmet cupcakes, from the hugely popular Continue reading Let them Eat (Cup)Cake!