Sebastien Marion
Sr. Librarian, New York Tech University
New York, New York




About

Who am I? What am I doing? I am a higher education faculty librarian at New York Tech specializing in libraries, knowledge management and search literacy. I am an independent thinker, online educator and expert learner.

The central organizing theme of my career is to identify initiatives and projects that innovate and further develop 21st Century libraries.
Over the past few years, specific research topics have included: strategic library planning, information retrieval and the web, and Communities of Practice (CoP).

Currently, I am writing a book about search skills, learning how to use Google effectively, and learning how to do research.

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Contact

Select Writing

2017

Filling the Skills Gap.
New York Tech Box Blog.

Interviews

2016

The Progressive Librarians: 10 Ways to be More Forward Thinking.
Thompson Reuters, State of Innovation Blog

2014

Libraries of the Future, Fox 5 News with Ernie Anastos.
Live Interview.

Talks

2017

From Teaching Places to Learning Spaces
New York Institute of Technology University Global Summit

2016

Mind Mapping: Towards Patterns for Learning
Naussau County Library Association

Work Experience

2013-Present

Assistant Professor, Virtual Services
New York Institute of Technology

2005-2012

Associate Professor, Webmaster
New York Institute of Technology

2000-2004

Instructor
New York Institute of Technology