iSchool's Beth Bonsignore joins interdisciplinary team to expand Wi-Fi infrastructure in urban greenspaces.
Applications will be accepted this fall for new data journalism Master's program.
UMD iSchool Research Professor Susannah Paletz researches content-based factors associated with sharing political and social posts on Facebook.
Associate Professor Tamara Clegg discusses the challenges associated with college athletes profiting off their names, images, and likenesses (NIL).
Data shared by 30M+ Facebook users world-wide will enable earlier detection of COVID-19 outbreaks, help communities to prepare, inform policymakers, and reveal patterns in effective preventative…
UMD iSchool's Dr. Jessica Vitak discusses the college's robust participation in the ACM's prestigious CSCW 2020 Conference.
Xiaoyun is currently exploring how people present themselves across their social media ecosystems and what factors could influence their self-presentation.
Social media has been a tool for boosting civic engagement, but also a vehicle for surprisingly convincing fake news and videos.
To bring your district together online, Jen Golbeck suggests creating a safe space, setting guidelines and rules, gaining participation, and making it accessible and equitable.