Ashley Dupuy is currently the Assistant Director for Instructional Services and
Assistant Professor of Library Science at the Horace W. Sturgis Library at Kennesaw State
University. She manages a team of librarians and paraprofessionals in the newly formed
Instructional Services Department. Previously, she served as Coordinator of Undergraduate
Library Instruction and taught library instruction classes and coordinated scheduling for
all undergraduate classes and individual reference sessions. Before coming to Kennesaw
State she worked for two years in the Atlanta-Fulton County Public Library System. 

Prior to completing her MLIS at the University of Alabama, Ms. Dupuy worked for 15 years
in the marketing and advertising industry. She has extensive experience in business
management, project management and account service. She has worked for advertising
agencies (most recently Target MarkeTeam), at companies like Delta AirLines, and with
many large clients such as the American Diabetes Association, Blimpie International, UPS,
American Express, and Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Ms. Dupuy also has a Bachelor of
Science in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. 

Library and Information Science

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Library 101 (2010)

PowerPoint for library instruction for introductory classes.

 

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Research Methods (2010)

PowerPoint for library instruction for research methods classes.

 

Conference Presentations

Going Pro: Success Stories (with Eli Arnold, Casey Long, Oscar Gittemeier, and Traci Drummond), Atlanta Emerging Librarians Quarterly Meeting (2013)

“Going Pro: Success Stories” is the third and final installment of Atlanta Emerging Librarians' 3-part...

 
Zebras Lost in a Race Horse World: Faculty Status and Georgia Librarians (with Linda Golian-Lui, Michael Luther, Jean Cook, Melissa Doyle, Joel Glogowski, and Laura Sinclair), Georgia Council of Media Organizations Conference (2013)

A panel presentation with information about the various faculty status options academic librarians hold in...

 

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Personal Marketing and Career Management, Keynote Address--GALILEO Preconference, Georgia Council of Media Organizations Conference (2013)

In the struggling economy, many librarians, new and established, are looking for work or looking...

 
Finding a Library Job (When You Have No Experience): Lessons Learned (with Virginia Feher, Suzannah Lipscomb, Kimberly Boyd, and Margaret Swanson), Georgia Council of Media Organizations Conference (2012)

Four librarians who entered an MLIS program with no prior library experience will provide advice...

 

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NMRT President's Program: Pecha Kucha-style Presentation on my Personal Networking Experience (with Naomi Doessel, Megan Hodge, Patrick Sweeney, and Alison Coltin), American Library Association National Conference (2012)

Networking: What Works? Looking for new/dream jobs? Pondering how to reach out to your network?...

 

Interviews

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Member Profile: Ashley Dupuy, Special Libraries Association--GA, Peach State Update (2011)

Member profile in the March 2011 issue of the Peach State Update--a publication of the...

 

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GLA on My Mind: Successful Initiatives of Georgia’s Library Association (2010)

Interview for a February 2010 article in Footnotes--a publication of the New Members Round Table...

 

Articles

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Atlanta Emerging Librarians Encouraging Distance Education, Georgia Library Quarterly (2009)

Article describes the formation and goals of the Atlanta Emerging Librarians--a networking and professional development...

 

Classes/Workshops

ACRL Information Literacy Immersion Program, Burlington, Vermont (2012)

The Association of College and Research Libraries Information Literacy Immersion Program provides instruction librarians the...

 

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News - GLA Scholarships, Georgia Library Quarterly (2012)