Dr. Zubin Jelveh: Machine Learning Can Predict Shooting Victimization Well Enough to Help Prevent ItJune 27, 2022 | Mia K. Hinckle
Using arrest and victimization records from the Chicago PD, a machine learning model can predict the risk of being shot in the next 18 months.
With strengths in library and archives innovation, experiential design, online and social media communities, sociotechnical and cultural technolo …
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The new Committee is a major step towards enacting more Native and Indigenous repatriation archival policy.
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UMD Info College faculty and students join team to develop programs to help underserved urban and rural communities access broadband internet.
A compilation of resources and local events in honor of Pride Month, brought to you by the College of Information Studies.
Screenshot of an observation session on Zoom from the research study, with Dr. Emma Dixon, Ms. Diana Blackwelder, and a study participant (anonymized with an icon) viewing an NIH webpage reporting on risk factors for heart disease linked to dementia.Liz Zogby
Dr. Amanda Lazar and her team examine the barriers faced by people with dementia to accessing relevant, accurate health information.
Dr. Gibson will also be stepping into the Associate Director role for the Info College’s Information Policy & Access Center (iPAC).
Dr. Erete looks to build new community partnerships and engage the local community surrounding UMD in meaningful ways.
The College reflects on the visionary prowess and “can-do” attitude of Dr. Brian Butler as he steps into new leadership role.