As Women’s History Month is underway, the RLB Library would like to highlight contributions made by women. We have curated this Libguide to draw attention to resources recognizing the numerous contributions made by women in their communities, nationally, and around Continue reading Celebrate Women’s History Month with the RLB Library!
“Ahoy, matey! Belay your carousin’ ” [Hey there! Stop your messing around] and start learning to speak Pirate. Or choose from over 70 other languages and dialects on Mango, an online language learning resource available on the library’s A-Z list Continue reading Speak Pirate (and over 70 languages) with Mango!
On January 16th University of Baltimore RLB Library’s Special Collection and Archives, in partnership with Johns Hopkins University’s Sheridan Libraries and the Billie Holiday Project for Liberation Arts, hosted a community archives workshop. The purpose of the workshop was to Continue reading Preserving Amen: The History of Spirituality of People of African Descent
Don’t know how to do the citations on your final paper? Studying for that MATH final exam? Final Finish on December 4 from 6:00 pm to midnight is a great opportunity to work on final projects and finish strong this Continue reading Finish Your Semester Strong–Come to “Final Finish” at the RLB 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 Debbie Li
Tutors do an a amazing job — dedicating their time to help their peers succeed. The RLB Library hires and trains peer tutors who work as writing consultants, academic coaches, writing fellows, and, of course, tutors for math, accounting, statistics, Continue reading Thank a tutor during National Tutor Appreciation Week!
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
When you think of bookmobiles, you probably wouldn’t consider this mode: The Mongolian Children’s Mobile Library exists through the efforts of publisher and translator Dashdondog Jambyn, who takes children’s books by camel to nomadic herding communities and remote parts of the Continue reading It’s National Bookmobile Day!
What would you do if you were accused of a crime you didn’t commit? And then given a sentence to die in a gas chamber? Before 1985, in the state of Maryland, there was not much you could do. You Continue reading Bloodsworth
Community Archives Workshop 2018 at University of Baltimore This free 2-hour long hands-on workshop will provide tools and training that will help individuals, activists, and community organizations with ways to archive and preserve their documents, photos and artifacts. Bring your Continue reading Community Archives Workshop 2018 at University of Baltimore