Bio blurbs

This page is mainly for me, but should you be wandering around this site looking for a good copy/paste blurb or photos, here are ones I’ve used. These are accurate as of spring 2017.

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Mega: Robin Camille Davis is the Emerging Technologies & Online Learning Librarian and Assistant Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY), where she leads web projects at Lloyd Sealy Library. Her research interests include web preservation, critical information literacy, and textual analysis through machine learning. She earned her MA in Computational Linguistics from CUNY Graduate Center and her MLIS from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, where she was a Data Curation for the Humanities fellow. Robin writes the “Internet Connection” column for Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian. She has given presentations internationally at library and humanities conferences and is active on Twitter as @robincamille.

Job description: Robin Camille Davis is the Emerging Technologies & Online Learning Librarian at John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY), where she [leads web projects in the library] [teaches digital literacy] [pursues the future of libraries] [supports library instruction in online classes]. She has given presentations internationally at library and humanities conferences and is active on Twitter as @robincamille.

Short: Robin Camille Davis is the Emerging Technologies & Online Learning Librarian at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, where she leads web projects in the library.

Tiny: Robin Camille Davis is an Emerging Tech Librarian in New York City.

Links

robincamille.com (my personal site)

emerging.commons.gc.cuny.edu (my blog about emerging tech in libraries)

John Jay faculty profile

Photos

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Portrait of Robin Camille Davis