Kyle Jones
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.