So there are quite a few things going on at Langsdale. If you haven’t already, check out our Zombie display! Get festive for Halloween!! Dress up and come show us your costume @ Langsdale. Next month expect a new display Continue reading What’s Up Langsdale
Join us in celebrating faculty and staff authors on Thursday, Oct. 27, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., here at Langsdale. Light refreshments will be served.
Mark Bauerlein, author of the The Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes Our Future, has edited a new collection of essays from the likes of Nicholas Carr, Marc Prensky, Jakob Nielsen, Clay Shirky and others, Continue reading New Collection of Essays on the Internet
Do you think $100 is too much to pay for a book? How about $2 at the Langsdale Book Sale? You can help support Langsdale Library by purchasing used books from us during our annual book sale. With a few Continue reading Langsdale Library’s Annual Book Sale: Nov. 2-3
Midterms are here and Finals are approaching! It’s crunch time @ UB, plenty of test, and papers are being tossed at us students, so that means plenty of research is needed to be done. Langsdale online provides research help @ http://langsdale.ubalt.edu/research-help/. Continue reading Research Research
Midterms are right around the corner and the Library is a great place to study. We have study rooms on the second and third floor, and the lower level is a great place for study groups as well. Also, Langsdale Continue reading Need a place to study for mid-terms?
A group of students is starting at new Langsdale book club. We’ll have our first meeting on Thursday, October 27th from 9-10am in the Lower level of the basement to discuss our choice of books, meeting times, etc. We hope Continue reading New student book club coming to Langsdale
You may have heard rumors that Langsdale is haunted, and given the sinister offerings the library has in store this October, this may well be the case. Consider the display on the first floor in front of the Circulation desk, Continue reading Spooky books and DVDs are brain food this October
UB’s own Anastasia Salter has an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education‘s blog Wired Campuson using games in the classroom. In this article she talks not only of using games to enrich classroom learning, but considering game-inspired collaborative approaches Continue reading UB Professor Anastasia Salter discusses games in the classroom