Tutor profile: Amanda H.
Health sciences librarian
I am a health sciences librarian whose previous life was teaching English composition and literature to college students. After realizing the classroom life wasn't my dream career, I switched tracks and pursued my dream of librarianship. I bring to the table over a decade of classroom teaching experience, as well as expertly trained searching and information literacy skills, particularly honed in the health sciences.
2004 - 2011: graduate teaching assistant (teacher-of-record) for English composition and literature (university-level) 2011-2013: instructor of Basic English (developing composition), composition, and literature (community college-level) 2016-2017: associate librarian teaching information literacy classes (community college-level) 2018-present: health sciences librarian teaching information literacy classes, electronic searching classes, and one-on-one reference sessions (university-level)
University of Arizona
Library and Information Science
2015 - 2017
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
2006 - 2012
2004 - 2006
University of North Georgia
2000 - 2004
East Carolina University, Information & Research Services Librarian
2018 - Present
Serving as a reference librarian, I meet one-on-one with students through multiple mediums (in-person, over the phone, and via webcam) to guide them through searching our electronic resources for their various projects. I am also frequently invited to teach classes on research, evidence-based practice, and information literacy.
Chattahoochee Valley Community College, Associate Librarian
2016 - 2017
I conducted one-on-one reference sessions, as well as taught classes on searching and information literacy as requested.
TruGreen Lawn Care, Office assistant
2014 - 2016
I worked in the office of a TruGreen franchise, fielding customer service calls, filing, and inputting the previous day's production.
Southern Union Community College, Adjunct instructor
2011 - 2013
I taught Basic English I and II, composition I and II, and world literature I and II.
Auburn University, Graduate teaching assistant
2004 - 2011
I taught English composition I and II, as well as world literature I and II.
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