Visit the fundraising page to lend a hand When researchers are finished working with the archival boxes Special Collections pulls for them, I occasionally sneak a peek at the stash– just to be nosy, or to share an item of interest Continue reading Turn up the Volume on Voices from the Past
Charles Dyer and Joan Harris, outside UB’s Hilda and Michael Bogomolny Room Last Saturday, Langsdale Library honored the legacy of archival collection donor, Joan Y. Harris, ACSW. Ms. Harris devoted her career to Baltimore as a public school social worker, Continue reading Joan Y. Harris: Celebrating an Archival Legacy
Quad Tape, soon to appear at a nonprofit regional archive near you. Tick-tock! Time is running out for videophiles to enjoy the glitchy, retro pleasures of analog media. Last year, the last videocassette recorder (VCR) was manufactured in Japan, and Continue reading Be Kind, Rewind: Putting Endangered Collections First
Langsdale Library and the ALC are open all summer long and we’re here to support you through all your tough summer courses! Working on a research project? Make an appointment with a Reference Librarian or drop by the reference desk Continue reading Academic Support @ Langsdale
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 Materials at Langsdale!
If you’ve visited the library recently and come away feeling a little starstruck, you’re not alone. That’s because Langsdale is featured extensively in the buzzy new true crime documentary The Keepers on Netflix, about the 50-year-old mystery of a slain Continue reading Location, Location, Location
Check out the new materials at Langsdale! We’ve recently added Credo Reference to our list of databases. Credo covers all of higher education’s primary disciplines, with over 650 titles to search. It includes publications like encyclopedias, atlases, dictionaries, and reference Continue reading Credo: New Database @ Langsdale