Guest Post: 7 Strategies to Improve Collaboration Between Faculty and Librarians

7 Strategies to Improve Collaboration Between Faculty and Librarians The following is a guest post by Sarah Davies. According to a 2015 study by Library Journal, almost everyone across the board agrees that there is a breakdown of communication between Continue reading Guest Post: 7 Strategies to Improve Collaboration Between Faculty and Librarians

Voter Anger and the 2016 Election: What do they want?

Join your student colleagues for a forum discussing public opinion surrounding the election. CISSM Global Forum  February 2, 2017 | 12:00-1:15 pm | Van Munching Hall, School of Public Policy Atrium Steven Kull, Senior Research Scholar and Director of the Program for Continue reading Voter Anger and the 2016 Election: What do they want?

Undocumented Student Resources: Website Launch

The University of Maryland has launched the new site Undocumented Student Resources. This site contains useful information for students, faculty, and staff. At the bottom of the post, there are printable PDF resources courtesy of Undocumented Student Resources. Keep reading Continue reading Undocumented Student Resources: Website Launch

iSchool Faculty Presents on the Hill

On June 11, 2015, iSchool Associate Professor Mega Subramaniam participated in a panel presentation entitled: “Kids, Learning, and Technology: Libraries as 21st Century Creative Spaces.” The panel was organized by incoming ALA President Sari Feldman, ALA Washington Office, and Representative Continue reading iSchool Faculty Presents on the Hill

Applying for a Fulbright – Info Session Recording

2015 marks the second year in a row that an iSchool student or recent alum has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship for international research. With such history of success, the National Scholarships Office is strongly encouraging interested students and recent Continue reading Applying for a Fulbright – Info Session Recording