Bryan Sinclair

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Associate Dean, Public Services, Georgia State University Library




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What's happening

GSU Library speaker series - Data in the ATL - Spring 2020

new digital project from GSU Library - The Sprawling of Atlanta: Visualizing Metropolitan Area Change, 1940s to Present

our viz wall in CURVE just got a facelift. What is CURVE?

our GSU Student Library Advisory Council is always looking for interested students

shout-out to GSU Library's Research Data Services Team, wrangling data and promoting data literacy

Writings, presentations, misc.

paper - Building Capacity for Digital Humanities: A Framework for Institutional Planning. ECAR + CNI working group, 05/30/17

report - 7 Things You Should Know About Video Walls, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, 12/01/17

presentation (vimeo) - Engaging Students in Reimagined Spaces: Successful Peer Mentor Programs and Experiences - w/Renee Reaume (U of Calgary), Jessica Elam-Handloff and Tim Mensa (NCSU), Designing Libraries 6 Conference, 09/18/17

presentation (vimeo) - Expanding Research Data Services - More Than Data Management Plans - w/Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh (GSU) and Michele Claibourn (UVa), CNI Fall 2016 Meeting, 12/13/16

article w/art historian Glenn Gunhouse - "The Promise of Virtual Reality in Higher Education," EDUCAUSE Review, 03/07/16 (Editors' Pick and 2016 Top 10 article!)

webinar (YouTube) - "What’s In a Name: What Do You Call Your Digital Scholarship Center?" ACRL Digital Scholarship Centers Interest Group presentation - w/Justin Schell (U-M Library), 03/30/16

presentation (vimeo) - Visualization on the Big Screen: Hands-on Immersive Environments Designed for Student and Faculty Collaboration (38:10) - w/Jill Sexton (UNC-CH) and Joe Hurley (GSU), CNI Spring 2015 Meeting, Seattle

presentation - A Tale of Two Centers: Incubators for Digital Scholarship at Emory and Georgia State - w/Wayne Morse (Emory), Chase Lovellette (Emory), and Krista Graham (GSU), EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, Indianapolis, 2015

presentation - Interactive Visualization: Video Walls for Collaborative Research and Discovery (Snapshot of CURVE), DLF Forum, Atlanta, 2014

article - "The University Library as Incubator for Digital Scholarship," EDUCAUSE Review, 06/30/14 (Editors' Pick)

presentation - w/Joe Hurley. "Digital Atlanta: Engaging Students with Their Local Environment," EDUCAUSE Southeast Regional Conference, Atlanta, 2013 | .pptx slides

news item - "GSU Library Promotes Open Access to New Faculty," Library Journal, Sept. 13, 2012

presentation - w/Jennifer Jones. “Tapping into Student Feedback: Instant Surveying with a Tablet," Mobile Learning: Beyond Content Delivery Innovation Showcase, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) Annual Meeting, Austin, Texas, 2012 | .pptx slides

article - w/Jennifer Jones. "Assessment on the Go: Surveying Students With an iPad," Journal of Library Innovation 2, no. 2 (2011): 22-35 | download via SelectedWorks

article - “The University Library: Your Partner in Teaching and Learning,” Center for Teaching and Learning Newsletter (Georgia State University), Spring 2011, 1+ | download via SelectedWorks

article - "The Blended Librarian in the Learning Commons: New Skills for the Blended Library," College & Research Libraries News, October 2009, 504-507+ | .pdf

article - "Commons 2.0: Library Spaces Designed for Collaborative Learning," EDUCAUSE Quarterly 30, no. 4 (2007): 4-6

Side projects, music sites from way back ... (thanks, Wayback Machine)

East Coast Piedmont Blues - bio-bibliography and research guide on Piedmont blues musicians (Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia primarily) compiled by former students

Art of the Blues - archived syllabus for my Intro Colloquium course at UNC Asheville

Mississippi Records Illustrated Discography - documenting releases from the independent record label through 2010

North Carolina Jazz Musicians - bio-bibliography and research guide; a portion originally published in North Carolina Libraries

Worthy causes

My computer donates spare processing power to help solve world problems and yours can too. Learn more at World Community Grid.

Consider donating to the Internet Archive.

Become a Guardian of the Groove by supporting WWOZ, New Orleans jazz and heritage radio.

Unless noted otherwise, assume a CC NC-BY-SA 4.0 license for anything written or made by me.