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10/20/2021iSchool News

A new online exhibition provides more equitable access for Indigenous Peoples and Indigenous studies scholars to printed and archival materials directly related to the languages and lives of the…

08/09/2021Hayleigh Moore

Brenda Johnson-Perkins, Jennifer Sturge, and Nini Beegan are among the Library Journal’s distinguished group of innovators shaping the future of libraries.

04/12/2021UMD iSchool Staff

In The Promise of Access, Dr. Daniel Greene shares a radical perspective on why tech solutions aren’t solving complex social problems such as STEM education and the digital divide.…

04/07/2021Hayleigh Moore

Library and information studies, youth services, and information systems are among programming areas to earn top-five rankings.

03/22/2021UMD iSchool Staff

Free, virtual women's suffrage exhibits compiled in honor of Women's History Month and the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment.

03/03/2021Press Release

Developed by LIS experts + 137 library staff across the nation innovating to serve their communities during COVID-19 and civic unrest.

02/25/2021Mia K. Hinckle

Stories of six exceptional leaders transforming the library and information science community

11/13/2020iSchool News

As chair of the board, University of Maryland iSchool MLS alumna Mary Hastler will continue Maryland Humanities' racial equity work.

11/10/2020iSchool News

An "iSchool hanger-on," Nancy began a long association with the school as a student and has returned sporadically over the years to teach, advise, and work on projects.