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
To celebrate National Read Across America Day 2020, the RLB Library is starting our new blog series focused on book reviews and reading suggestions from the RLB Library staff. The What Are You Reading? blog series highlights books recommended by Continue reading What Are You Reading? with David Kelly
As we near the end of October, American Archives Month, we are excited to tell you about the Waxter Center Oral Histories Collection. This collection of oral histories was recently processed and is available for use at the UB Special Continue reading Connect with the Community with the Waxter Center Oral Histories Collection in the Archives!
Well, now you can find out! You can also find out if a computer is available in your favorite spot. We have a new tool for your convenience, and it’s called: LabFind. All you need to do is go to Continue reading LabFind – Is that application on a computer in the Library?
In archives and libraries “the stacks” refers to the many resources held by a repository for students and researchers to use. Librarians, archivists, and others work hard to preserve and make these resources and collections accessible and to create a Continue reading A Look Behind the Stacks: Meet the Library with Sarah Gilchrist
Did you know that the Robert L. Bogomolny library offers a list of all of our newest materials? We do! Each month we’ll post an update letting you know about a few select titles, but there are far too many Continue reading New Materials at the Library!!!
Last week I wrote a searching (maybe aimlessly wandering) article in which I tried to figure out what exactly a library is. I didn’t come up with a good answer. But it started me thinking about all the odd collections Continue reading The Mysticism of Record Collection
The National Archives building (via Wikipedia) Throughout my life, I’ve had a bizarre relationship with libraries. Bizarre because, as a child, I didn’t particularly like to read, though, for some reason, I still liked going to the library. I’m sure Continue reading The Problem with What a Library is?
Like much of the world, Langsdale has been bitten by the World Cup bug–which may or may not be the same or similar to those crazy giant moths occasionally flying on the field (or “pitch,” as any self-respecting soccer fan (read: ‘football Continue reading World Cup @ Langsdale
Everyone has trivia knowledge about pop culture, sports, history, fashion, etcetera, but how much trivia knowledge do you have about libraries and books? According to the World Record Academy, the smallest library is located in Cardigan, Canada. It is roughly Continue reading Library Factoids