A Research, Education and Outreach faculty librarian with subject expertise works with the faculty, students and staff in each UMB school:
Consult with faculty librarians and other professional staff who have expertise in these areas:
Collaborate with us to build healthy communities in Baltimore and throughout Maryland. Faculty librarians contribute a valuable health literacy component to University outreach projects.
Consult with us on your copyright questions regarding online teaching and learning and course reserves. We will help you navigate copyright basics, Fair Use, The TEACH Act, permissions, permalinks and public domain issues.
We have experience in collaborating with University global initiatives to develop information infrastructures and build information literacy skills.
Consider including library faculty as partners in your funded project. We have a wide range of expertise in providing advanced research support, outreach to the community, instruction, health literacy and more.
We assist providers of health care to create or locate jargon-free, easy to understand health and wellness information.
We can assist with locating information about IPE competencies, assessment, funding, and planning IPE events.
Consult with us about using appropriate keywords, controlled vocabulary terms and other descriptive data for projects such as organizing resource collections on the web, defining datasets and more. Accurate metadata is key to linking and ultimately locating your information on the web.
Collaborate with us on new and emerging technologies that facilitate and improve instruction, research and the learning process. Whether it be gamification, 3D-printing, mobile devices and applications or learning analytics, come talk with us.
Request consultations or presentations on trends particularly focused on the intersection of technology, education, knowledge transfer and the evolution of library roles and the concept of library as place.
Consult with us about the history of our schools and campus, genealogical research, early graduates of our schools, and the history of medical and allied health sciences.