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College of Information Studies

Matthew Kirschenbaum

Digging Into Digital Lit, Bit by Bit

English Professor’s New Book Explores How Modern-day Literature Is Made, Preserved and Studied

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Well-versed in the Metaverse

UMD Social Media Expert Explains Why Facebook and Others Want to Create an Alternate, Online World

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Digital images/tech

GEM of a New Graduate Degree

Master’s Program in Game, Entertainment, and Media Analytics Will Prepare Students for Growing Industry

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Silhouettes of people walking with canes, in wheelchairs, with prosthetics

Disability Summit to Examine Advances in Access, Equity

Global Panel of Virtual Presenters Will Speak on Effects of Pandemic, Social and Racial Justice Movements

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Library entrance with sign that reads, "Temporarily closed due to COVID-19. Be safe"

iSchool Expert Helps Develop Library Survival Manual for Crises

Nationwide Effort Helps Administrators, Staff Innovate to Serve Communities

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Students at computer with VR headset

New Partnership Aims to Help UMD Further Diversify D.C. Region’s Tech Ecosystem

National Push by Break Through Tech Is Part of the Gender Equality in Tech Cities Initiative

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David C. Driskell

Crowdsourcing Project Aims to Preserve Work of African American Art Pioneer

Correspondence, Other Documents of Groundbreaking Artist, Scholar and Curator David C. Driskell to Be Widely Available Online

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Don’t Take the (Click)bait

Researcher Enhances Tool to Help Users Detect Misleading Headlines, Videos

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Senior wearing a fitness tracker on their wrist

Rethinking ‘Hey, Google’ for Seniors

Researcher Partners With Older Adults on Tech Solutions to Retain Independence

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Double Duty

Architecture School’s 3 New Dual Degrees to Prepare Students for a Changing, Challenging World

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Project Fearless Season 1, by Berkeley Poulsen: Drawings of characters representing UMD majors

Major Characters

Student Digitally Paints Engineering, History, Psychology and More Into Fantastical Figures

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White House with Benford’s law graph

Op/ed: Breaking the (Benford’s) Law?

Suddenly-Cited Statistical Pattern Does Not Prove Fraud in 2020 Election, Researcher Explains

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