Paul Jones


406 Morgan Creek Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
(919) 360-7740

213 Manning Hall
Campus Box 3456
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3456
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BS in Computer Science, North Carolina State University, 1972.
MFA in Poetry, Warren Wilson College, 1993.



Clinical Professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, 2012-present. The University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill
Clinical Professor in the School of Information and Library Science, 2012-present. The University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill
Director of ibiblio.org, Office of the Vice Chancellor, Information Technology Service, 1999-present.

Director of ibiblio.org, Office of the Vice Chancellor, Information Technology Service, 1999-present.
Clinical Associate Professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, 1999-2012. The University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill
Clinical Associate Professor in the School of Information and Library Science, 1999-2012. The University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill

Director of MetaLab, Office of the Vice Chancellor, Information Technology Service, 1997-1999.
Lecturer in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, 1997-1999. The University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill
Lecturer in the School of Information and Library Science, 1997-1999. The University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill

Technical Director, Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, University of Virginia, 1996.

Lecturer in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, 1995. The University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill
Lecturer in the School of Information and Library Science, 1995. The University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill

Systems Programmer/Technical Manager, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Office for Information Technology, 1977-1994.


Areas of Interest

Electronic news, electronic publishing, collaborative environments and applications, digital libraries, wide area information protocols and applications, virtual communities, virtual reality uses as well as social and legal issues relating to networked information and access including intellectual property, first amendment issues, anonymity and information access. Especially teaching in those areas.


Awards and Recognitions
IBM Faculty Research Award. 2011.
IBM Faculty Research Award. 2010.
International World Wide Web Conference 2010. Co-chair.
2006 Knowledge Trust Honors Award for Innovation
Founder of the original SunSITE program. Now replicated in over 60 countries.
Member of The Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
1993 winner of UNC Campus Technical Support Award for excellence in user support.
Winner of North Carolina Arts Council Writer's Fellowship, Carolina Quarterly Poetry Prize and Prizes from Southern Humanities Review, Hellas, and others. (See Literary Vitae and Selected Poetry Publications.)
Winner of North Carolina Poetry Chapbook Award, 1990
NC Arts Council Fellowship, 1980

2014 Teaching and Speaking

National and Community Talks and Conferences

Local and UNC Boards University Courses and Independent Studies Dissertations and Theses(committee member) Publications and Mass Media Interviews and Mentions
2013 Teaching and Speaking

National and Community Talks and Conferences

Local and UNC Boards

University Courses and Independent Studies

Dissertations and Theses(committee member)

Publications and Mass Media Interviews and Mentions


2012 Teaching and Speaking

National and Community Talks and Conferences

Campus guest speaker University Courses and Independent Studies Local and UNC Boards Publications and Mass Media Interviews and Mentions