Shannon Bohle, MLIS, CDS (Cantab), AMIAP, FRAS, AHIP
MLIS, CDS (Cantab), AMIAP, FRAS, AHIP is
Archivopedia is primarily engaged in library and archives consulting, computer technology R&D, 3-D modeling and simulation, and artificial intelligence research.
Shannon was awarded 2nd Place for “Curiosity AI” in the FVC, an international Department of Defense competition in artificial intelligence advertised by The White House in 2011.
She was previously Student Librarian at University of Cambridge; Library Director at Neil A. Armstrong Library and Archives; Reference Librarian at Lima Public Library; Cataloger and Serials Librarian at Heterick Memorial Library, Ohio Northern University; Archivist of the James D. Watson Special Collection at CSHL Library and Archives, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory; Graduate Student Intern at Oberlin College Archives; Practicum Student (History Division, Archives) at NASA Glenn Research Center; Student Worker (Library Special Collections) at Kent State University; Tour Guide, Education Assistant at Neil Armstrong Air & Space Museum; and Adjunct Instructor, English Department at Rhodes State College.
Shannon earned her Bachelor of Arts in History and English at Miami University. She earned her Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) at Kent State University in 2005. She earned her Certificate of Diligent Study, History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Cambridge in 2013.
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