iSchool students, faculty, and staff have been leaders in diversity and inclusion initiatives on the UMD campus. One part of this has been our participation in the Maryland Dialogues on Diversity & Inclusion, which encourage advancing discussions of identity, difference, Continue reading Express Yourself! Contest- Maryland Dialogues on Diversity and Inclusion
Does the word networking give you a pang of anxiety? Check out these great networking tips from neuvoo.com! Also, don’t forget the webinar event the iSchool hosts next Wednesday, February 8 at 5:00pm, Cultivate your Network: How to Create, Maintain, and Sustain Continue reading Networking: Event reminder and resources
Welcome back iSchool students! Get excited for the upcoming semester as you meet new instructors and colleagues, discover interesting opportunities, and strengthen your mind tackling new challenges and projects. Just a reminder, the iSchool faculty and staff are here for you! Stop by Continue reading Welcome back students! Here’s to Spring 2017!
< Jeff Waters is the Coordinator of Graduate Student Services for the iSchool. He is from Baltimore, MD and holds a BA in Communications from Messiah College and an MS in Higher Education Administration from Drexel University. What excites you Continue reading Staff Spotlight: Jeff Waters
Illinois State University’s Milner Library seeks an innovative, dynamic, visionary librarian for the tenure-track faculty position of Scholarly Communication Librarian at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank. This position is responsible for guiding and leading the Library and the University Continue reading Scholarly Communications Librarian at Illinois State University- Normal, IL
Details below on how to access the 2016 International Conference on Digital Libraries, December 13-16, 2016 in New Delhi, India. This is an exciting opportunity to interact with and learn from other information professionals around the world! TERI (The Energy Continue reading Opportunity to Live Stream International Conference on Digital Libraries
Check out this article from CIO.com on trends among organizations and businesses in adopting more data-driven decision models. According to author Thor Olavsrud, the rhetorical centrality of data analytics in business may not actually be replacing traditional “gut-based” or instinctive Continue reading Article on data versus instincts in organizational decision-making
For the past twenty-five years the Alaska Library Association has been offering scholarships for MLS students with the stated purpose is to provide financial assistance to worthy students pursuing graduate studies leading to a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Studies Continue reading Scholarship opportunity for Alaskan residents
The Art Libraries Society of North America is now accepting applications for the 2017 Wolfgang M. Freitag Internship Award. The award grants $3000.00 to the selected recipient to support a 150 hour internship in an art library or visual resources Continue reading Funding opportunity: Wolfgang M. Freitag Internship Award
Looking for a distraction this afternoon? Check out this satirical piece from The Onion to hear Carla Hayden’s opinion on Con Air.