November is National Career Development Month and Langsdale and running with the Career & Professional Development Center’s theme of Creating Career Connections. In addition to all the events offered by the Career and Professional Development Center listed here, Langsdale also has Continue reading November is National Career Development Month
You can access Lynda.com training videos at Lansdale Library on 3 macs in the computer lab on the 4th floor (room 426A). Just login to any of the 3 designated macs (look for the sign) and use the shortcut on Continue reading Need Tech Training? Access Lynda.com @ Langsdale Library!
Celebrate indigenous and international cultures by learning a new language through Mango Languages. Choose from over 10 languages (including English!). Log in through the Langsdale databases and help fight Monolingualism! Some facts about bilingualism: 21 percent of Americans speak more Continue reading Celebrate Indigenous Cultures with Mango
Now you can access Lynda.com training videos at Lansdale Library on 3 macs in the computer lab on the 4th floor (room 426A). Just login to any of the 3 designated macs (look for signs) and point your browser to Continue reading Lynda.com @ Langsdale Library
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You’ve put in all that work. Your thesis/dissertation has been accepted. You’re ready to turn print copies in to Langsdale for binding. But, did you know that you can also put an electronic copy into a database that is accessible Continue reading Thesis and Dissertation Writers – Show the World Your Work!
When news reporters first warned Marylanders about Hurricane Sandy, most look away. “We have dealt with hurricanes before,” was the general response. It wasn’t until Governor O’Malley gave a press conference that prompted Marylanders to take immediate action and prepare Continue reading Hurricanes: In The Future
Scrolling through the library databases, I came across something extremely different. There was a database geared towards something other than typical library research. It was a research database named Mango Languages. This database is loaded with tons of information about Continue reading Mango Languages: A Student Perspective
The One Ring by Suzi Duke on Flickr One of the things we hear from students who are looking for information is that they don’t always know where to begin. Given that the library provides access to millions of articles Continue reading One Search Box to Rule Them All
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