UMD iSchool Professor Richard Marciano makes the urban renewal archival records of black-owned properties in Asheville accessible.
UMD iSchool Research Professor Susannah Paletz researches content-based factors associated with sharing political and social posts on Facebook.
UMD iSchool Research Faculty member Edward Summers explains how to use a new Twitter API endpoint.
Professor Jennifer Golbeck discusses what the future of the internet will look like.
Associate Professor Tamara Clegg discusses the challenges associated with college athletes profiting off their names, images, and likenesses (NIL).
Brenda Johnson-Perkins, Jennifer Sturge, and Nini Beegan are among the Library Journal’s distinguished group of innovators shaping the future of libraries.
UMD iSchool’s Dr. Katrina Fenlon partners with regional and global organizations through the Sustaining Digital Community Collections Project focused on improving autonomy and preservation of…
The UMD iSchool celebrates the Trace Center’s 50th Anniversary highlighting some of its most influential technologies and industry standards developed to create a more accessible world for all.…
William Peniston, MLS ’87, proclaims himself an “old-fashioned librarian,” trained in the management of rare books, special collections, and paper archives.