September 26, 2019 3:00pm — September 26, 2019 4:30pm

Room 6137 | McKeldin Library | Registration Required
 
Dan Russell, Google’s own guru of “user happiness,” has been leading search workshops here at Maryland for years. He maintains a blog with periodic search challenges called Search/Research. He also has a free online course, Power Searching with Google. And now he is coming here to talk about the book he has just written with his best tips — including step-by-step examples — that can improve your search skills and enhance your critical thinking about the search process.
 
This program has been organized by the University of Maryland’s Future of Information Alliance and the University of Maryland Libraries. Sponsors for FIA progams in 2019-2020 include the following:

The Andrew and Julie Klingenstein Family Fund
Google
… and from the University of Maryland:
Philip Merrill College of Journalism
The iSchool – Maryland’s College of Information Studies
College of Behavioral & Social Sciences
College of Arts & Humanities
Office of the Provost
Office of the Vice President for Research
University Libraries

If you are interested in supporting FIA programs and activities, you may do so at http://go.umd.edu/fiasupport.

If you have any questions, please email us at fia@umd.edu.

Ira Chinoy, FIA Director and Phillip Merrill College of Journalism Associate Professor
Anne Rose, FIA coordinator