Kyle M. L. Jones, Ph.D.

Kyle Jones
  • Associate Professor, Library and Information Science, Data Science

Contact

kmljiupui [dot] edu
317-278-0046
IT 571

Education

  • Ph.D., School of Library and Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2015)
  • MLIS, Graduate School of Library and Information Studies, Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois (2009)
  • B.A. English Literature and Composition, Secondary Education, Elmhurst College, Illinois (2007)

Biography

Dr. Jones’s research focuses on information ethics and policy issues associated with educational data mining and analytic practices, such as learning analytics, within American higher education institutions. His published research is accessible in top journals, like the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology; Learning, Media and Technology; Communications of the ACM; the Journal of Documentation; College & Research Libraries; and other journals. Since 2018, he has earned $1.1 million in funding for projects. His research has been featured in national and international news outlets, such as the Washington Post and NPR.

For his teaching, his online-only courses focus on sociotechnical concerns related to database design, information architecture, and information policy. He is a Quality Matters certified peer reviewer. In 2019, he was awarded the school’s Teaching Award. In 2021, he was awarded the campus’s Trustees Teaching Award.

He is an active member of the Association of Library and Information Science Education (ALISE), where he has lead the Information Ethics special interest group, and the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T), where he was an officer of the Information and Learning Sciences special interest group.

Research Interests

  • Information policy issues related to data practices and technologies
  • Student privacy issues
  • Emerging educational technologies

Active Research Grants

Courses

LIS S511 Database Design

LIS S541 Information Policy

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