Finding Her Calling: From Elementary School Teacher to “2023 Maryland School Librarian of the Year”May 16, 2023 | Laurie Robinson
A profile of MLIS and Ph.D. alumna Sheri Anita Massey
ALA president Lessa Kanani’opua Pelayo-Lozada
(Video) ALA President Offers Advice for Future Librarians on Handling Banned BooksMay 4, 2023 | UMD INFO Staff
During the talk, attendees received advice tailored to both students planning to become library and information science practitioners a …
Embracing Experiential Learning: Providing Valuable Real-World Exposure to Aspiring K-12 LibrariansApril 13, 2023 | Laurie Robinson
The UMD INFO library field study program fosters growth and learning for MLIS students interested in school library careers.
From the Urban Renewal Impact website: Asheville community members accepting the Harlin J. Gradin Humanities Award. Standing (L-R): Priscilla Ndiaye, Andrea Clarke, Deborah Miles. Seated: Dwayne Barton, Dr. Harlin J. Gradin, and Karen Loughmiller. (Photo by Urban News)
Unearthing the Hidden Legacy of Urban Renewal: Asheville’s Southside Neighborhood Reveals Intergenerational ImpactApril 7, 2023 | Laurie Robinson
INFO plays a key role in a decade-long collaborative project creating a public access portal to Asheville's Southside Urban Renewal arc …
Dr. Mega Subramaniam and research admin team member Luis Cortes (Photo by Craig Taylor)
Computational Thinking is the New Literacy of the 21st Century—Are Students Prepared?April 5, 2023 | Laurie Robinson
Dr. Mega Subramaniam and team launched a suite of CT assessment tools for libraries to gauge the effectiveness of their CT programs.
Dr. Diana Marsh
INFO Biblioterp Podcast Launches! Episode 1: Dr. Diana Marsh, Dinosaurs, the Smithsonian, and her BookMarch 23, 2023 | Mia K. Hinckle
An INFO college podcast where host Dr. Jen Golbeck dives into innovative information science books.
INFO Alumna Sheri Massey: “7 Ways School Librarians Can Build Partnerships With Content Teachers”March 21, 2023 | Sheri A. Massey
How school librarians can collaborate with teachers on content development to advance students' critical thinking skills.
(Video) CAFe Speaker Series: Curating Longitudinal Natural History Data Through the CHANGES ProjectMarch 16, 2023 | UMD INFO Staff
Andrea Thomer, assistant professor at the University of Arizona School of Information, discussed natural history data curation.
The Case For Applying AI to FOIA ProcessingMarch 15, 2023 | Jason R. Baron
How Does Access To Government Records Work When An Agency Holds Hundreds of Millions of Emails?