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5 Tips to Disinfect Your Social Media of COVID-19 Fake News

Expert Identifies Commons Misinterpretations, Disinformation Tactics

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Feeling Anxious? Try Broadening Your News Feed

Journalism, iSchool Researchers Find That How We Build Our Online Information Environments Matters

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UMD’s third annual Data Challenge rallied 146 students from programs across campus to creatively transform data into information that could be used to tackle theme-specific challenges

‘Talk Data to Me’

Students Across Campus Find a Common Language in UMD Data Challenge

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Setting the Bar for Computer Access

UMD Libraries’ New Tech Targets Users With Mobility, Language, Vision Barriers, More

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Building a Next-Generation Workforce

New Shady Grove Facility to Boost Medical, Science Education for Maryland Students

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Gained in Translation

UMD Researchers Developing Translator System With Social Tact, AI Restraint

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Major Gains

iSchool Undergrad Growth Spurs Expansion in Hornbake

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Emotion Detector

What Feelings Make Us Share Content on Social Media? New Research Aims to Find Out

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The Trouble With Facebook

Researcher Interprets Social Media Giant’s Ongoing Missteps

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Space Capsules

Alum Tracks Down NASA Goddard History as Center’s Founding Archivist

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Cyber Brain Trust Looks to Safeguard Smart Tech

Experts Outline Roles of Academic, Private and Public Sectors in Evolving Threat Landscape

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Smart Cities

Report: “Smart Cities” Start With Community Conversations

Study Cites Value of Engaging With Baltimore Residents to Implement Tech

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