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!!!
As mentioned in the latest issue of the UB Post and our previous blog post, Langsdale Library is moving into the 3rd and 4th floors of the Learning Commons while our current building is remodeled. Photo credit: Catherine Johnson, University Continue reading Documenting our Move
The Langsdale Library would like to officially introduce its newest Internet Archive presence. As is stated in its mission, the non-profit Internet Archive “is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a Continue reading Partnering with the Internet Archive
flickr user rosauraochoa Today is the tech blog Mashable’s fledgling holiday, Social Media Day. Regardless of whether or not we need a new holiday, they have been posting some interesting articles running up to it. One such article is the recent When One Social Network is Continue reading Happy Social Media Day!
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
The London 2012 Olympics are embracing the social web, especially Twitter. You can follow just about every athlete, team and news organization, along with a variety of Olympic Twitter feeds. Twitter is a social media platform that allows users to Continue reading Olympics, Twitter, and Access to Information
A recent article in The Chronicle of Higher Education discusses how Twitter can be effectively used in an online classroom to facilitate communication and increase feelings of connection between faculty and students in an online environment. The article also notes Continue reading Twitter in the classroom