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?
This summer Langsdale is fortunate to be joined by two budding librarians, Lindsay and Rachel. You may have seen their faces at the reference desk over the last few weeks or months. Now is your chance to learn a little Continue reading Welcome to A Few New Faces!
You can find Langsdale Library on social media. We want to make sure everyone is updated on scheduled events, renovations, closings and free giveaways (woo-hoo!). It’s important for a college library to connect with its students and keep them informed Continue reading Socially Up-To-Date with Langsdale
As the student liaison for the library, I’m updated on changes and improvements happening at Langsdale. By asking students around campus, I got a better idea of their opinions on Langsdale’s progress. The students who frequently came to the library Continue reading Langsdale: A Student’s Perspective
Faculty members, did you know that the Langsdale Library records the books you have authored/edited to identify you as a UB faculty author? There is a “local note” in the library record that looks like this: Here is a road Continue reading Langsdale’s Catalog Salutes UB Faculty Authors
Before From the upcoming Langsdale Link: If you could look on the actions of humanity in the same distanced and objective way you might the movements of a cell under a slide or a zebra in the African grasslands, then, Continue reading Making Room for the Future: Renovations at Langsdale
Recently I came across a story about an anonymous “Secret Santa” in New York and New Jersey who gave away one-hundred dollar bills to victims of Hurricane Sandy. The “Secret Santa” traveled the city giving away a total of $100,000. Continue reading Tis’ the Season of Giving