22 Works

Visualizing Early Baltimore

(:Unkn) Unknown
September 13, 2014, marks the 200th anniversary of the major British attack on Baltimore. What was so important about Baltimore two hundred years ago? Over a few decades in the early nineteenth century, Baltimore's population exploded, and it grew from a small town to the third largest city in the young United States. What was the draw? After the British set fire to the city of Washington in 1814, they set their sights on Baltimore,...

Louisville StorySites

Emily Skinner
The purpose for this capstone project is to produce a web-based product which showcases the intersection of story and place in Louisville, KY’s historic cultural landscapes. My guiding question is: How can historic preservation methods be incorporated with creative use of personal narratives surrounding place to enhance the cultural vitality of communities? The project invited three local residents to share their stories around a significant historic site in their community that is meaningful to them,...

4-H Research

Amy Paster, Helen Smith & Jan Scholl

EFNEP Research

Jan Scholl, Amy Paster & Helen Smith

Web Accessibility Resources for Libraries

Dawn Amsberry & Binky Lush

Porn Stars and Politicians

Andrew Slater
”Porn Stars and Politicians” is an exercise in media literacy, personal consciousness and value constructions of ideal and real culture. The project design invites Internet users to engage in an exercise of value constructions and iconography/semiotics.

Hakini Arabi

Nadine Afiouni
Heritage languages are an integral part in the identity construct of children born to first and second generation immigrant parents. Many Lebanese immigrant families struggle to preserve the Arabic language within their households. This project strengthens the Arabic heritage language through the creation of an application that teaches the Lebanese Arabic language, while connecting the users to the Lebanese culture and its many facets. The application is called HAKINI ARABI, which is an Arabic phrase...

Be a Heroine!: An Analysis and Reflection of Superheroines and Culture

Jessica Kitrick
This paper is an analysis of storytelling and superhero themes as well as a supplement to the website project constructed at http://ravenalegria13.wix.com/superheroines. While the website addresses some storytelling aspects, this paper collaborates with the website and contains both a self-reflection piece to answer some personal questions and an analytical section to focus on why superheroes are so important to storytelling, digital arts, and cultural sustainability.

UMD Libraries Research and Teaching Fellowship

Rachel Gammons, Lindsay Inge & Alexander Carroll
Guiding documents, including schedules for the RTF101 and RTF103 (first and third semesters in the program). Observation forms, expectations for participants, journal club guidelines, policies and teaching outlines.

Jean de Rotrou : bibliographie critique

Jean-Claude Vuillemin

Utopian Literature in English: An annotated bibliography from 1516 to the present

Lyman Tower Sargent

Socio-Environmental Synthesis Tutorials

Cynthia Wei
This series presents a basic overview of some basic concepts in socio-environmental science.

The Blind Spot in the Green Revolution: Temples, Terraces, and Rice Farmers of Bali

Cynthia Wei, William Burnside & Judy Che-Castaldo
This is a teaching case study based on the anthropological research of Dr. Steven Lansing, and part of the SESYNC collection of socio-environmental case studies (www.sesync.org)

Booking the Athenaeum

Nancy Magnuson
Keynote address at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Library Association, College and Research Division.

Tradition in Motion: DABKEH!

Nicole Macotsis
Available on these platforms as well: YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCuSs3nv89Gg-cFEADvYJwBA Facebook: www.facebook.com/traditioninmotion Instagram: www.instagram.com/traditioninmotion

UMD Libraries Information Literacy Disposition Rubric

Rachel Gammons & Lindsay Inge
This rubric is used by the Teaching and Learning Services Department at UMD Libraries to evaluate one minute papers submitted by first year students during library instruction for ENGL101.

Save the Turtles! And the Grizzlies? Or the Woodpeckers? Prioritizing Endangered Species Conservation

Judy Che-Castaldo, William Burnside & Cynthia Wei
This is a teaching resource developed to teach about socio-environmental synthesis. Specifically, it is a case study teaching activity focused on endangered species conservation.

Sample Farmer Resume

Jennifer Rhodes
Sample resume that a producer could use to help demonstrate to a landlord how the producer operates his/her farm.

Tenant Newsletter

Jennifer Rhodes
Example newsletter for producers to utilize.

In Transition: Selected Poems by the Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven

Tanya Elizabeth Clement

Biofuel Ecophysiological Traits and Yields Database (BETYdb)

David LeBauer, Michael Dietze, Rob Kooper, Steven Long, Patrick Mulrooney, Gareth Scott Rohde & Dan Wang
BETYdb is a database of plant trait and yield data that supports research, forecasting, and decision making associated with the development and production of cellulosic biofuel crops. Data from a wide variety of sources with broad geographic and temporal coverage are included. Data are added on an ongoing basis.

Representative page for Intrepid Bio. for f1000Research Article

Michael P. Heaton Ted Kalbfleisch

Resource Types

  • Interactive resource

Publication Year

  • 2018
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  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2013
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  • 2008

Registration Year

  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014

Data Centers

  • University of Maryland Libraries
  • Penn State Institutes of Energy and the Environment/PSU Data Commons
  • Intrepid Bioinformatics
  • University of Illinois Libraries