flickr user rosauraochoa Today is the tech blog Mashable’s fledgling holiday, Social Media Day. Regardless of whether or not we need a new holiday, they have been posting some interesting articles running up to it. One such article is the recent When One Social Network is Continue reading Happy Social Media Day!→
Ready for summer? Whether you are taking summer classes or want curl up with a good book, Langsdale’s got you covered. We have plenty of spaces for you to sit, study, read and relax. Summer Semester starts Tuesday, May 28th Continue reading New Summer Hours→
In honor of commencement season, and more importantly, our own UB graduation ceremonies this week, take a peek at some performances of the traditional Graduation march “Pomp and Circumstance“ Congratulations Graduates. March on!
Nothing really. At least nothing substantial on the surface. Some might say the title then is just a ploy to get people to click on the link, pandering to the instinct in all of us to read about all things Continue reading What Do the CEO of Twitter, Conan O’Brian, and David Foster Wallace Have in Common?→
Taken from the current issue of the UB Post By Heather Cobun Alumni authors from a range of disciplines gathered at Langsdale Library on April 4th for a reception and panel discussion of their trade. The authors and various attendees Continue reading Langsdale Library Panel Showcases Variety of Alumni Authors→
The University of Baltimore has been selected as one of 75 institutions to participate in the Association of College and Research Libraries’ (ACRL) program Assessment in Action: Academic Libraries and Student Success. The schools selected to participate in the program Continue reading Assessment in Action at Langsdale→
via Flicker (schani) The most important thing for most college students is sleep. Of course, there are your grades, work, and final exams, but, I feel the most important thing is sleep. So please take my advice: SLEEP SLEEP SLEEP. Continue reading Get Some Rest … and then Get Back to Work→
May is a busy month around campus as student are finishing up classes and preparing for final exam week. At the end of the semester students are like: So, Langsdale Library is giving the tired, stressed-out, “can’t-wait-for-the-semester-to-end” students some extra Continue reading Free Coffee, Game Night, and a Publications Showcase at Langsdale→