Bertot's keynote touched on issues surrounding the potential of open data to spur innovative and transformative government in a digital age, but also discussed the challenges of inclusive eGovernment Read more
Bertot Delivering Keynote at ICEGOV 2014
The Dialogue on Public Libraries cites iPAC 2013 Digital Inclusion Study in report that argues for leveraging the U.S. public library to “drive community advancement.” Read more
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Aspen Institute Dialogue on Public Libraries, Rising to the Challenge: Re-Envisioning Public Libraries, Washington, D.C.: The Aspen Institute, October 2014.
Jaeger is First Recipient of Combined ALISE/Library Journal Teaching Award Read more
Paul Jaeger, iPAC Co-Director and UMD iSchool associate professor
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Mega Subramaniam has been promoted to Associate Professor with tenure. Mega has been an Assistant Professor at University of Maryland's iSchool since 2009 and has acted as the associate director for the iSchool's Information Policy and Access Center (iPAC) since 2011. Please join us in congratulating Mega on this great achievement! Read more
Dr. Mega Subramaniam
Dr. Mega Subramaniam

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Friday, March 6, 2015
Mega Subramaniam has been promoted to Associate Professor with tenure at the iSchool!
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Jaeger is First Recipient of Combined ALISE/Library Journal Teaching Award

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Libraries and Local Big Data

In Fall 2015, the iSchool will launch a new specialization: Community Analytics & Policy (CAP) within the MLS program that focuses on the intersection of analytics, policy, and data.

Improving the Health Literacy, Health-Related Self-Efficacy, and Long-Term Health Outlook of Disadvantaged Youth through the Facilitation of Scientific Inquiry and Information Literacy Skills

Youth are increasingly engaging in self-directed information-seeking behavior on the Internet. This is particularly true for health information (Fergie, Hunt, & Hilton, 2013; Franck, Noble, & McEvoy, 2008; Kaiser Family Foundation, 2001; Smart et al, 2012). At the same time, studies have shown that youth often struggle to find credible and relevant sources (Gray et al, 2005; Eastin, 2008; Flanagin & Metzger, 2008).