Do you have something to say or a story you what to tell or experience you want to share? Are you conducting research that you want to publish? Are you looking for new professional development opportunities to enhance your skills? Continue reading
The University of Maryland’s College of Information Studies, Maryland’s iSchool and the Information Policy and Access Center (iPAC) will host the Symposium on Diversity in LIS Education on April 11, 2014, at the University of Maryland, College Park campus. This Continue reading
We here at the iSchool are thankful for each of you! We hope you all have a relaxing break and enjoy your time with friends and family. Happy Thanksgiving!
Wishing everyone a warm and Happy Hanukkah from the iSchool! May your holiday be filled with peace and joy.
Summer Study Abroad Course: “Follow the Fringe”, 2nd Season. Application period opens December 2, 2013. The University of Maryland, College of Information Studies, Maryland’s iSchool, announces a Study Abroad course offering this summer. Directed by Mary Edsall Choquette, iSchool faculty, the Continue reading
Some of you may be gearing up for graduation next month. Many more of you are starting to see the glimmering end-of-the-tunnel as you prepare for your final semester. And for the rest of you, it’s never to early to Continue reading
Believe it or not, we are fast approaching the “halfway” mark of November. This semester, blogMLS has covered a range of topics including how to connect with the library world, information about iSchool and UMD resources, faculty and alumni profiles, Continue reading
Tuesday, November 12, 2013, 5:30-8 pm Orem Alumni Ballroom, Riggs Alumni Center, University of Maryland Join Dean Jennifer Preece and College leadership in this celebration of accomplishments of the iSchool’s programs and research and a look at the future. The Continue reading
Tara Lebherz is a 2013 graduate of the MLS Program who now works as a Children’s Services Supervisor and Assistant Branch Administrator! What made you decide to enter this field? I’ve always been a fan of and a proponent for Continue reading
Scare up a good book. Find a spine-tingling story. Happy Halloween!