Welcome back to another semester! The hunt for materials to supplement your learning is in full swing! Do you need access to books and articles that are not available in Langsdale Library’s collection? The Book and Document Delivery Department here Continue reading Find the materials you need!
Did you know that almost 1/5 of Americans polled own tablets or e-readers? According to a new Pew Internet & American Life Project report, ownership of both type devices almost doubled during the holiday season. As of January 2012, 19% Continue reading e-reader ownership up substantially
News is flying around Apple’s new tool to create multimedia textbooks for the iPad. Last week Apple announced its iBooks Author, which allows anyone to create an e-book on the ePub3 platform. Touted as the “Garage Band” app for authors, Continue reading Will Apple change the future of textbooks?
Wikipedia and other websites are conducting a blackout today to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA). Find out more about these two anti-piracy bills being considered by Congress. More information about these bills Continue reading Blackout Today – SOPA, PIPA
Launched in 2010, Historypin is a historic photo mapping website and mobile app that aims to “create a digital history of the world” through user-generated content. Special Collections at Langsdale recently added a small sampling of our digitized photographs to Continue reading Participating in Historypin