He has held this position since April, 2006. As Multimedia and Web Services librarian, he has conducted a variety of tasks including media collection development, reference support for students and faculty, server administration, web development, and supervising College Assistants for the library’s Multimedia Resource Center. He earned tenure during the fall of 2013.
His research interests include mobile web development, usability, web metrics, and information architecture. He has published in The Journal of Web Librarianship, OCLC Systems & Services, Computers in Libraries, and code4Lib Journal. He has presented at a number of conference organizations including the Association of College and Research Libraries, Consortium of College and University Media Centers, and the State University of New York Library Association. He has served as a delegate, secretary, and president for the Library Association of the City University of New York (LACUNY) and has co-chaired the group’s Emerging Technologies Committee. He has served as co-chair for New York City’s code4lib chapter from 2013-2014. He was active in the American Libraries Association, co-chaired the Library Information Technology Association (LITA) Interest Group: Library Code Year, Website Blog Coordinator for the Reference Users and Services Association (RUSA), and was a member of the ALA Video Roundtable Notables Committee. He is also a Library Freedom Project member.
Originally from Whitesburg, Kentucky, he has earned a MLS and a Master’s in Information Science from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Librarianship must run through his veins, as his mother is also a librarian.
When not in the library, Junior enjoys spending time listening to heavy metal music, cooking vegan meals, and cycling.
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