Views of Special Collections and Archives in the Learning Commons Summer is a wonderful time to conduct original research. With a break from classes, students and faculty alike take advantage of this time to rest, travel, and visit the archives! Continue reading Looking for the Archives?
Breaks in the academic calendar are important in Special Collections because they allow time for in-depth research. It’s common for faculty and graduate students to take advantage of their time outside the classroom to develop theses, dissertations, peer reviewed articles, Continue reading Academic Syncopation
Langsdale’s lobby, circa 1968 After the first few weeks of your freshman year are over, the giving out of syllabi has stopped and you finally feel like a true college student. You attend class punctually and attentively. You go home Continue reading The Best Place to Study
‘Tis the season for sticky fingers: just a reminder to keep an eagle eye on your personal belongings when visiting Langsdale– or any place on campus, for that matter. Laptops and other pricey items are particularly vulnerable to theft during Continue reading A note about theft prevention
Hi students! We wanted to remind you that Langsdale Library is a great place to meet when working on group assignments. We have group study areas located all over the library. Recently, we added more areas in the lower level, Continue reading Langsdale has great new study areas