Assistant Professor, Systems and Digital Initiatives Librarian
- PhD, Library and Information Science, Long Island University
- MS, Educational Technology, Long Island University
- BA, Liberal Studies, Long Island University
Areas of Expertise
- Information literacy
- Web development
- Usability studies
- Human-computer interaction
- Sociotechnical impact of the Internet
- Information Literacy
- Human-Computer interaction
- Marksbury, N. & Higgins, A. (2020). Overconfident and Underprepared: Assessment of First-Year Undergraduate Students' Information Literacy Skills. ALISE 2020 Proceedings. http://hdl.handle.net/2142/108815
- Marksbury, N. & Arbelo Bryant, E. (2019). "Enter the Twilight Zone: The Paradox of the Digital Native." Issues in Information Systems. 20(2). 206-15. http://www.iacis.org/iis/2019/2_iis_2019_206-215.pdf
- Marksbury, N. (2017). "Monitoring the Pipeline: STEM Education in Rural U.S." Forum on Public Policy in Critical Issues. Volume 2017, no. 2. http://forumonpublicpolicy.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Marksbury-critical-issues-2017.pdf
- Marksbury, N. and Zhang, Q. (2013). "What's Your Point? How Chinese and Americans Achieve their Conversational Aims in Cross-Cultural and Gender Interactions in CMC." Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 20, pp 430-439.
- Baroudi, G. and N. Marksbury. (2013). "Becoming a Mobile Institution" Handbook of Mobile Learning. Z. Berge and L. Y. Muilenburg. NY, Routledge.
- Piro, J. M. and N. Marksbury. (2012). "Technologizing Teaching: Using the Webquest to enhance pre-service education" Educational Teachnology, Teacher Knowledge, and Classroom Impact: A Research Handbook on Frameworks and Approaches. R. N. Ronau, C. R. Raes and M. L. Niess. Hershey, PA Information Science Reference: 228-50.
- Zhang, Q. and N. Marksbury. (2011). "Once Broken, Never Fixed?" Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 6775/2011: 341-50. doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-21660-2_38.