Whether it’s the 1960s or 2021, finals week can be rough! With the end of the semester approaching everyone can feel the pressures of that big project or a final exam. Don’t forget about all the support that is available Continue reading End Your Semester Strong with RLB Library
Check out the databases recently added by the RLB Library! You can view them on the A-Z Databases list under the “New/Trial Databases” column. The new databases include: Digital Black History A searchable directory of projects on all aspects of Continue reading New Databases at the RLB Library!
So, you want to start a business! Believe it or not, now may be a good time to start one. Besides having a good idea, writing a business plan is an essential first step. A business plan is basically a Continue reading Starting a Business? You Need This Resource!
Do you feel like you are drowning in papers, projects and studying with the semester ending soon? The RLB Library knows you are experiencing immense stress, especially during the pandemic, and it’s important you take care of yourself mentally and Continue reading Take a Break and De-Stress!
Keep up with the RLB Library’s online resources and services by using the RLB Library Support page for continuity of classes. This guide lists the resources and services that are always available and always free, whether the campus is open Continue reading FREE Online Resources at the RLB!
In compliance with UB’s plan to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, access to the RLB LIbrary building is closed until further notice. We will post updates as appropriate. Please be aware our online services and resources are still available. Here Continue reading The RLB Library is ONLINE!
You’ve just been handed an assignment in your HIST 295 class to research the life and times of a person from the past. You can’t help but feel the dread creeping into your core—how and where to go to find Continue reading Going Back in Time … with Newspapers.com
There are times when each of us feels overwhelmed or discouraged in our lives. In times of worry and uncertainty, I take refuge in the words of writers I admire. One of my literary heroes is James Baldwin, whose work Continue reading Who’s Your Literary Hero?
Photo Credit: Kaitlyn Veto Left Bank Books, an independent bookstore in Saint Louis, Missouri responded to the Ferguson protests with “a community curated list of books that explore race” in the United States. That project, known as Black Lives Matter:A Reading Continue reading Reading: Black Lives Matter