About Paul Jones
I held two positions at UNC-Chapel Hill:
Clinical Professor at the School of Information & Library Science
Director of ibiblio.org
until my retirement on July 1, 2020.
I also retired from:
Director of the Masters Program in Information Science at UNC SILS
Vice President of the Board of Trustees of North Carolina Writers Network
Board Member At Large of the The Arch Mission Foundation – Our mission is to preserve and disseminate humanity’s most important information across time and space, for the benefit of future generations.
I am easily contacted on most social networks as smalljones. Although I gave up email on June 1, 2011, an email sent to firstname.lastname@example.org will return a reply with an extensive list of ways that you might reach me. I will also answer my phone or, if unavailable at the time of your call, will return your call.
I hold no formal office hours, but I am very flexible in regards to meetings particularly with UNC students. See my Google Calendar as email@example.com Do feel free to schedule a time there.
Office: 109 Manning Hall
INLS697 – Emerging Topics in Information Science – Fall 2017
INLS697 – Emerging Topics in Information Science – Spring 2016
JOMC 449 – Living and Working with a Life Online in 2015 – Fall 2015
INLS 697 – Emerging Topics in Information Science – Spring 2015
JOMC 499 – Living and Working with a Life Online in 2014
INLS 697 – Emerging Topics in Information Science – Spring 2014
JOMC 449 – Virtual Communities and Vernacular Video – Fall 2013
University of North Carolina
109 Manning Hall, CB#3456
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3456
In 1990, I won the North Carolina Writers’ Network Chapbook Award for What the Welsh and Chinese Have In Common. I made an online version of the book in 1993 after physical copies sold out.