Greg Tourino is the Lead Librarian for Textiles & Engineering Research Librarian at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina where he shares responsibility for planning, delivering, and managing library services to the large and growing number of faculty and students in the Colleges of Engineering and Textiles on Centennial Campus.

2019 conference paper

Taking on clients and doing the research: Determining if your client’s idea already exists in the marketplace

Understanding Intellectual Property In Law: A workshop co-hosted by the North Carolina Central University Law School and the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

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2018 conference paper

Patent Resources @ NCSU

Informing Innovation 2018: Expand your knowledge of the strategies, resources and trends in life science scientific and business content. Hosted by Life Science Intelligence at NCBiotech.

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2015 webpage

Re-Imagining the Lake Raleigh Woods

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2013 conference paper

Engineering librarians as partners of faculty in teaching scholarly inquiry to undergraduate students through curriculum integration: The biotextiles product development course blog

ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Conference Proceedings.

By: G. Tourino & M. King

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2013 conference paper

Scholarly Communication and Collaboration through Social Networking

MedTex13 International Conference on Medical Textiles and Healthcare Products.

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2010 webpage

From Hillsborough to Hunt: 65 Years of History at the Burlington Textiles Library

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2010 thesis

Online representations of African Canadian cinema (2000-2010): an ethnographic and archival analysis

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2009 journal article

Book Review: Lisa Nakamura, Digitizing Race: Visual Cultures of the Internet. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2008. vii + 248 pp. ISBN 0— 8166—4613—9, $19.50 (pbk)

New Media & Society, 11(3), 460–463.

By: G. Tourino

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2009 conference paper

Using Films in African Canadian Studies

Knowledge Production and the Black Experience in Canada Workshop.

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Employment

2017 - present

North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC, US
Lead Librarian for Textiles & Engineering Research Librarian NCSU Libraries

Education

2007 - 2010

Simon Fraser University Burnaby, BC, CA
Master of Arts School of Communication

2001 - 2003

University of Toronto Toronto, ON, CA
Master of Information Studies Faculty of Information

1997 - 2000

University of Windsor Windsor, ON, CA
Bachelor of Arts Department of Communication, Media and Film