Sean Knowlton

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Responsibilites
The Scholarly Engagement Librarian for Digital Scholarship uses technology to support and advance scholarship in a wide range of subject areas. The librarian provides leadership for and contributes to new initiatives for digital scholarship support across campus. He will identify and implement evolving digital tools and resources that advance scholarly investigation while building upon the traditional research methodologies. Working with faculty, researchers and students, the librarian will further successful use and integration of digital tools in research, teaching and learning. The librarian will be a partner and resource person for subject librarians and curators and will serve as a liaison providing research assistance, information literacy instruction and collection development in assigned subject areas.
Degrees
Degree Type: 
MSLS
Degree Major: 
Master's of Science in Library Science
Degree Institution: 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Degree Year Received: 
2002

Degree Type: 
M.A.
Degree Major: 
Master of Arts in Hispanic Literature
Degree Institution: 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Degree Year Received: 
2000

Degree Type: 
B.A.
Degree Major: 
Bachelor of Arts in Education
Degree Institution: 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Degree Year Received: 
1994
Professional Affiliations
Organization: 
American Library Association
Sub Group: 
Association of College & Research Libraries
Digital Scholarship Section
Instruction Section

Professional Activity
CNI-ARL Digital Scholarship Planning Workshop, November 8-10, 2017, Providence, RI. Participant.

Digital Scholarship Institute (Association of Research Libraries), June 5-9, 2017, Dover, MA. Participant.

Sean Patrick Knowlton. 2017. “Placemaking and Place Identity along St. Claude Avenue in New Orleans.” Presented at ARLIS/NA 45th Annual Conference, New Orleans, February 7, 2017.

Sean Patrick Knowlton and Sócrates Silva. 2017. “Building Shared Latin American and Iberian Research Collections: 2CUL as Case Study of an Enduring Collaborative Model.” Collecting Latin America Beyond the 21st Century. McFarland & Company: Jefferson, North Carolina. [Book chapter in press].

Raquel Horlick and Sean Patrick Knowlton. 2016. “Sexual Health Literacy: An Engaged Role for the Academy Library.” Presented at the NOLA Information Literacy Collective Forum 2016, Tulane University, August 19, 2016.

Sean Patrick Knowlton and Adam Beauchamp. 2016. “Reflections on the Practice: A Conference Roundup and Review of Library Instruction West and LOEX.” Presented at the NOLA Information Literacy Collective Forum 2016, Tulane University, August 19, 2016.

Rebecca R. Malek-Wiley and Sean Patrick Knowlton. “From Sludge to Sky: A Library Renewed.” WESS Newsletter. 39:2 Spring 2016. 

“Intentional Teaching: Reflective Practice to Improve Student Learning.” ACRL Immersion 2015. Nashville, Tennessee, November 4-8, 2015. Participant.

Sean Patrick Knowlton. “Teaching with Technology: Incorporating Textual Analysis into a First-Year Writing and Rhetoric Course.” Presented at the NOLA Information Literacy Collective Forum 2015, University of New Orleans. August 14, 2015.
 
Sean Patrick Knowlton, Jeremiah Paschke-Wood, and John P. Bourgeois. “Working with the ACRL’s new Framework: Gaining Perspective on Instruction. A panel presentation at the NOLA Information Literacy Collective Forum 2015, University of New Orleans. August 14, 2015.

“Large-Scale Text Analysis with R.” HILT 2015: Humanities Intensive Teaching and Learning.  Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana. July 27-31, 2015. Student.
Professional Interests
Digital Scholarship
Information Literacy
Curriculum Vitae
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