Lecturer, San José State University School of Information
Kyle M. L. Jones received his MLIS in information science from Dominican University in 2009 with honors. He has worked professionally at award-winning institutions: the AC Buehler Library at Elmhurst College in Elmhurst, IL, and at Darien Library in Darien, CT. Currently, Kyle is a third-year doctoral student in the School of Library and Information Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and teaches on topics related to digital tools, trends, and controversies.
His recent publications include:
- Using WordPress as a library content management system: A library technology report (technology guides; with P-A Farrington)
- Learning from Libraries Using WordPress: Content-Management System Best Practices and Case Studies (technology guide; with P-A Farrington)
- “The LIS Professional Commons and the Online Networked Practitioner” (book chapter; with M. Stephens)
- “Friended, Tweeted, Posted: Social Sharing for Project and Knowledge Management” (book chapter; with M. Stephens)
He is currently researching information ethics and privacy issues related to learning analytics technologies in American higher education institutions.