Sebastien Marion specializes in education technology, contemporary literacies, and libraries. He is an independent thinker, online educator, and expert learner.
In addition to teaching research and information literacy methods in a variety of subject areas, he has chaired and served on numerous strategic committees, and is a leader in planning initiatives designed to guide the university of the future. In addition, Marion has appeared on Fox News to discuss libraries of the future and learning commons.
A Canadian native, Marion received his Master of Information Science from Western University, an M.B.A. from New York Tech, and an Honors Specialization in English Language and Literature from Western University.
Recent Projects and Research
- Tech Talks, a Pecha Kucha Event Celebrating Learning and Technology
- Tools for Teaching and Learning
Publications and Presentations
- “Only a Third of Students Enter College with Research Skills” Interview, GoodCall blog. July, 2017.
- “The Progressive Librarians: 10 Ways to be More Forward-Thinking” Interview, Thomson Reuters State of Innovation blog. May, 2016.
- “Libraries of the Future”. Live interview, Fox 5 News with Ernie Anastos. December 9, 2014.
- "Mind Mapping: Towards Patterns for Learning." Nassau County Library Association. April 27, 2012.
Courses Taught at New York Tech
- Research and information literacy sessions in numerous disciplines, including computers and society, technology and global issues, education, and business development.
- NYIT 120: Information Literacy