The University of Maryland College of Information Studies (UMD iSchool) is a top-ranked research and teaching college where faculty, staff, and students are passionate about using information and technology to break down barriers and create exciting new possibilities.
Expanding the frontiers how information and technology is accessed, used, and leveraged to empower individuals and communities.
Working with community, academic, and industry partners to create information science solutions and create learning and career opportunities for students.
Offering Bachelor, Master, PhD, and Certificate programs to prepare the next generation of information professionals and researchers.
Supporting new generations of students through scholarships, internships, and connections while enjoying networking and other benefits.
The four Kim Loo Sisters in hats. Photo by James Kriegsmann, Circa 1939 (Left) The Kim Sisters. Robert W. Kelley / The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images file (Right)
iSchool Lecturer, Dr. Eric Hung, discusses the many histories and absence of Asian Americans in American popular music.
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A discussion about why we answer questions, and how a new paradigm can justify crafting search queries that go beyond information seeking.
The Maryland State House in AnnapolisLiz Zogby
Trace Center Director and iSchool professor Jonathan Lazar contributed to and testified in support of the bill to bring an accessibility requirem …
Image courtesy of the Association of Jewish LibrariesHayleigh Moore
How Jewish ethics and law can be applied to new technological discoveries of the online environment, the arts, and more.