Apply now to present at the 9th annual Inspired Discoveries, a symposium of undergraduate research and creative works! One of Langsdale Library’s missions is to recognize, encourage, and celebrate research and academic achievements. Take this opportunity to share your hard Continue reading Apply to Inspired Discoveries: Undergrad Symposium of Research & Creative Works
There’s new technology in the library and we’re ready to show you what it can do! At its basic level the Touchjet Pond is a portable projector. But ultimately it’s a portable touchscreen tablet that can be projected onto any Continue reading It’s Here -The Touchjet Pond!
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
Can you beat this score? Probably. The sliding tile game, 2048, has been all the rage in social media since it was introduced by the Italian programmer Gabriele Cirulli in March. Just for fun, here’s a special customized Langsdale Library Continue reading 2048: it’s not just for squares
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If you missed the Faculty Authors celebration held at Langsdale on October 23 (or even if you didn’t), you can browse a list of books authored by UB faculty and available at Langsdale by going to WorldCat Lists. WorldCat is Continue reading WorldCat Lists: Showcasing UB Authors and Langsdale Collections
May is a busy month around campus as student are finishing up classes and preparing for final exam week. At the end of the semester students are like: So, Langsdale Library is giving the tired, stressed-out, “can’t-wait-for-the-semester-to-end” students some extra Continue reading Free Coffee, Game Night, and a Publications Showcase at Langsdale
Image courtesy of Vancouver Film School UB’s own Anastasia Salter, Assistant Professor of Information Arts and Technologies wrote a useful post for the Chronicle of Higher Education’s Wired Campus blog in the ProfHacker column. In it she provides useful tips Continue reading Effective Management of Student Team Projects
Professor Anastasia Salter discusses the value of games in the library in a recent post in the Chronicle of Higher Education’s blog Wired. She states that campus libraries are a great location for games because of extended hours and the Continue reading Games in the Library