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Teaching Critical Citation: Empowering Students and Researchers Through Citation Practice
Teaching robust citation practice is a core responsibility in many librarian jobs. But citation can be another tool that is used to keep traditionally marginalized populations sidelined or out of academia altogether. ...
Equitable from the Beginning: Incorporating Critical Perspectives into Your Research Design
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 ...
Segregation in UMD Libraries and UMD Library Education in the Early 1970's
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 ...
Opportunities and Challenges Facing Librarians in the Digital Humanities
In this presentation I will look at the challenges and opportunities for librarians and libraries as we support the growing field of Digital Humanities. I will discuss my experience as a digital humanist with my project ...
Consciously Editing SCUA’s Finding Aids
The phrase “conscious editing” was first used by archivists at UNC-Chapel Hill to describe their work “to re-envision our descriptive practice so that whiteness is no longer the presumed default, language in our description ...
Uncovering Hidden Datasets in DRUM
DRUM has been available for UMD researchers to deposit research data since the mid-2000's but little mediation or curation has been performed on these materials to date. As the Libraries begin planning for a new collection ...