Did you know that the library has laptops that you can checkout and use inside the library? We DO!! And now we have more! We just added 10 more Dell XPS 13-inch laptops to our collection. You can ask for Continue reading New Laptops for Checkout
In the most recent update of the Pew Research Center Internet Project, survey results indicate the percentage of American adults who own a tablet computer has grown from 3% to 35% in just three years. An almost equal percentage of Continue reading iPads at Langsdale
Welcome back to UB! Amidst all this back-to-school madness there is an oasis: Langsdale Library. We welcome your visit. We can assist you with research and help you find articles and books that you may need. Better yet, you can Continue reading Welcome Back, Scholar
from flicker via angermann RFID is coming to the library. But what exactly does that mean? Radio frequency identification (RFID) systems use microchips and radio waves to send and receive data about objects that have been tagged. A useful analogy Continue reading From the upcoming “Langsdale Link”: RFID: What Does It Mean to Me?
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Welcome back! Today marks the beginning of the new semester, and while recent arctic temperatures are forcing us to pull out our long underwear and thick coats as we go into the Spring semester, there are new and interesting happenings Continue reading Welcome back!
If you’re a busy bee during the school year who metamorphoses into a worker bee on occasion, ideally you should find a gig that will not only line your pockets, but will enhance your academic life. UB students with a Continue reading Need to put the “work” into your work-study award? Buzz into our hive.
Albert Einsteinakg-images / Universal Images Group Spring Break has come and gone. The countdown of the last 6 weeks begins now. It’s time to begin thinking about those final papers and projects that will be due soon. Research is usually Continue reading Need help researching for end of the year papers?
The Granger Collection / Universal Images Group There are moments every semester when I need a mini break. A moment in which I don’t think of papers, studying, assignments, test, quizzes, midterms, finals, or grades. Matter of fact, I like Continue reading Mini Breaks
“It’s so weird having no real obligations or deadlines. Yesterday I was almost completely unproductive. Not sure if I liked it.” – Rachel Wooley, Class of 2013, via Facebook Have the dearth of lectures to listen to, term papers to Continue reading Extended Due Dates + Ten-DVD Checkout Bonus = A Renewed Purpose in Life