Books for the Beach or Backyard Need a break from studying or want a book to take to the beach? Check out Langsdale Library’s Leisure Reading collection on the first floor of the library. These are just a few of Continue reading Summer Reads
The library is making an effort to help you get to know us better, this is our second combination of a staff member’s collection, along with recommendations for materials in our own collection. Meet Aiden Faust, the Digital Collections Librarian Continue reading Getting to know U, Sophomore Year
Ray Bradbury, once called “Poet of the Pulps,” considered himself a graduate of the library, where he spent much of his time. Although he didn’t attend college, he said, in an interview with Public Libraries,”there’s no use going to a Continue reading Do not burn after reading
This post was written by Langsdale librarian Catherine Johnson A recent Mashable article pointed to some data collected by EasyBibabout the types of resources students use in academic papers. This study found that the most cited websites are: Wikipedia, New Continue reading Information Literacy: What is it good for?
Langsdale On the Go! kiosk It is difficult to disassociate libraries with books. Drive down any main street in the US and chances are you will run across a public library marked with the logo of a silhouetted human-type-figure sitting Continue reading Graven and digital tablets: new technology at Langsdale
This Summer the library wants you to get to know us a little better. And so we plan on presenting several of our staff members favorite collections in our 1st floor horizontal display case, along with some recommended books and Continue reading Getting to Know U