Library Research & Innovative Practice Forum
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The Library Research & Innovative Practice Forum is an annual event in June featuring lightning talks, presentations, and poster sessions by UMD Libraries’ librarians and staff.
(2020-06-26)This presentation discusses an oral history project undertaken by archivist John Davis at Special Collections in Performing Arts (SCPA) at the University of Maryland. Since 2017, Davis has interviewed more than thirty ...
(2021-06-03)A research data management (RDM) education diet is calorie-dense with technical and regulatory macronutrients, but often lacks essential micronutrients such as equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. As part of a ...
(2021-06-03)This presentation is an introduction to some research-in-progress, rooted in the Diamondback and the Black Explosion, that I would like to share on racial (in)justice issues affecting the University of Maryland and libraries ...
(2018-04-07)This project illustrates how the use of data-driven visualizations of sixteenth and seventeenth-century title page imprint information can illuminate aspects of the recusant printer network in the era of high-recusancy, ...