How an alumni is working towards improving access to critical online legal resources and striving to close the “justice gap.”
iSchool's Andy Fellows was one of four Committee speakers who presented a six-year plan developed to heal damage on the Lakeland community caused by urban renewal.
The award recognizes a conference paper from 20 years ago whose contents have had a major impact within and beyond the visualization community.
MLIS student shares her experience at the Library of Congress processing the materials of the late opera singer, Jessye Norman.
Supporting and provoking adult play in formal contexts.
Trace faculty and students contribute work and play key leadership roles at ASSETS 2021, which marks landmark 50th anniversaries for both the Trace R&D Center and SIGACCESS.
Library systems across Maryland are honoring Native American Heritage Month with events, discussions, and resources open to the public.
Gagan Jindal’s unexpected journey to creating a more accessible and meaningful user experience for all.
iSchool PhD student Lydia Curliss co-curated new online exhibit on the relationship between the indigenous Nipmuc communities and settlers.