UMD iSchool Alumni Spotlights
UMD’s iSchool Takes Great Pride in its Graduates
From archivists to librarians, web developers to information architects, our iSchool alumni succeed as information professionals in every field imaginable. Take a moment to read these interesting stories about your fellow iSchool Terps!
Image courtesy of the Association of Jewish Libraries
How Jewish ethics and law can be applied to new technological discoveries of the online environment, the arts, and more.
Jane Robbins (left) and Mary Keefer (right), 1988. Image courtesy of the UW-Madison School of Library and Information Studies Digital Collection.
The iSchool catches up with the its first PhD graduate as she shares her legacy as one of the most influential leaders in library science educati …
Creating first-person, virtual reality experiences to enhance empathy and address growing issues in the caretaking industry.
Alumni’s PhD experience inspired the launch of two research groups to develop new technology for youth and other in-need communities.
Images courtesy of Hawa Jalloh (left) and Shannon Bland (right)
Read about two alumnae who are creating spaces for current and aspiring librarians and authors of color.
Connecting people with technology to enhance decision making, foster collaborative learning, and create more inclusive online communities.
CAP students in the Expanded Arts Summer Job Program enjoy a lunch break, circa 1970 (Photo courtesy of Robert Breck Chapman Photographs at Special Collections & Archives, University of Baltimore)
The Inheritance Baltimore program is one of the many ways MLIS alumna, Angela Koukoui, is providing better access to her community’s hidden histo …
Wayfinding through our integrated digital world as a UX research leader.
How an alumni is working towards improving access to critical online legal resources and striving to close the “justice gap.”