Yes, it’s that time of year again! The end is in sight, but you still have all of those final term papers and tests to get through – ugh! To help you power through to the finish line and make Continue reading Coffee Break ’14
This time of year, faculty and staff at Langsdale take a moment to think about what they are thankful for:
Experimental Literature at LangsdaleDisplay Case Curated by Tim Paggi (MFA Spring ’15) Our inaugural library display in our new Learning Commons home combines our outreach to students and expertise and special interests of the staff. This display of our library Continue reading Making a spectacle of ourselves.
Langsdale Library would like to make you aware of a couple of fantastic events coming up. This is a bit of a short notice, but for those of you checking the blog between now and 12:30 p.m., there is a Continue reading Events at the Library and Movie Notice
It’s hard to believe hip-hop turned 40. To celebrate, why not brush up on your hip-hop history? Afrika Bambaataa and the roots of hip-hop NPR on the 40th anniversary of hip-hop BBC covers hip-hop history Wonder what Langsdale has to Continue reading Happy Hip-Hop History Month!
Thanksgiving is not yet here and I’m already thinking of Christmas. And I’m Jewish. How does that work? The term in the industry is “Christmas creep,” which simply means that holiday advertising occurs earlier and earlier each year. Knowing that Continue reading Christmas in September
Google Scholar, Google’s search engine for scholarly material, turns 10 on Monday (Nov 18). It has become a major alternative to commercial library databases in those 10 years, so much so that Langsdale and many other libraries have linked their Continue reading Google Scholar turns 10
For you gamers out there, the Library would like to introduce you to the recently launched Internet Arcade! The Internet Arcade is an Internet browser-based library of emulated video arcade games from the 1970s up through the 1990s. It has hundreds Continue reading The Internet Arcade
Curiosity got the best of student Kayla Antoine on Wednesday– she stopped into Langsdale’s administrative offices and asked what the ultra-mysterious “Cell Zone” booth on the third floor is supposed to be used for. Antoine was probably a little let Continue reading Intrepid Student Unlocks a Learning Commons Mystery