Research at UMD’s iSchool changes the way we think, the way we live, and the way we engage with the world. Our faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students approach complex, emerging problems from diverse perspectives – communication, information retrieval, policy, computer science, education, archives, business, human factors, law, humanities, and more.

Our researchers focus on the intersection of information, people, and technology and help people use information to expand their capabilities. We enable discovery, creativity, problem solving, and fun while making the world a better place.

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Renee Hill and Increasing Understanding of Diversity in Library and Information Studies

Diversity and inclusion in library and information studies is increasingly recognized as a vitally important topic to include in curricula, scholarly research, and practice. However, there is only a limited amount of research and literature addressing this need, especially the practical side examining methods for increasing understanding of diversity issues in LIS.

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