Image adapted from photo by Arash Azizzada Although many archives across the country contain selected materials related to social protest and social change, some institutions have highly specialized collections devoted to documenting the history of protests, riots, uprisings, and social Continue reading Archives of Social Protest and Social Change
Between our WMAR-TV and WJZ-TV Collections, there are about 10,000 U-matic tapes with unique local television content that need to be digitized for preservation–we have started to slowly go through these tapes, starting with the oldest tapes from 1977 and Continue reading Ewww-Matic
Congratulations to UB sophomore Derick Ebert who has been named as Baltimore’s first Youth Poet Laureate. According to today’s article in the Baltimore Sun, Ebert will perform his work throughout Baltimore (and hopefully here at UB) in the coming year Continue reading Congratulations to Derick Ebert, Baltimore’s first Youth Poet Laureate
Did you know that Langsdale Library offers a list of all of our newest materials? We do! Each month we’ll post an update letting you know about a few select titles, but there are far too many to mention here Continue reading New at Langsdale
Congratulations! You’ve done all the hard work. Now let Langsdale help you with the final administrative hurdle. Once your department has signed off on your thesis or dissertation, you must submit two print copies to Langsdale Library. Instructions as well Continue reading Finishing Your Thesis/Dissertation? Read On!
Do you have an idea for a business? Maybe you want to develop a business plan? If so, Langsdale Library has a number of resources that could help. For example, we have information on industry trends, outlooks and barriers to Continue reading The Business Plans Handbook is the library ebook of the month
Dateline: April Fool’s Day, 2015 In a dramatic turn of events, the plan to renovate Langsdale Library has been scrapped in favor of a plan to demolish the current building and construct a replacement on the existing site. Peter Keating of Continue reading New plan calls for Langsdale Library building to be demolished and replaced