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About Amy M. Elliott

Amy Elliott earned a Master of Information Science from University of Tennessee, Knoxville and a Master of English and American Literature from the University of Connecticut. Ms. Elliott formerly worked as a Product Analyst at OCLC, an Assistant Professor and Digital Repository Services Librarian at the Georgia State University Library and as a reference librarian at Boise State University's Albertsons Library. She currently works as a Humanities Liaison Librarian at Denison University. Ms. Elliott’s interests include: electronic resources, open access, institutional repositories, intellectual property, scholarly communication and publishing, gender and GLBT issues in libraries and the information industry, health and mental health awareness and education, and American Southern literature.

Positions

Present Humanities Liaison Librarian, Denison University ‐ Library
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Curriculum Vitae



Research Interests

Electronic Resources, Institutional Repositories & Open Access, Information Access & Services for GLBTs, Library Collection Management & Assessment, American Southern Literature, health, and mental health

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Honors and Awards

  • Library Spirit Award, GA Award of Excellence, John C. Hodges Library, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2006
  • School of Information Sciences Best Paper Award, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, “Thinking Globally and Reading Diversely: Issues of Gay and Lesbian International Literature for Young Adults,” 2006
  • Best Master’s Research Award, 28th Annual University of Tennessee College of Communication and Information Research Symposium, “Thinking Globally and Reading Diversely: Issues of Gay and Lesbian International Literature for Young Adults,” 2006
  • Virginia M. Chaney Award, Belmont University, 2001


Contact Information

amym.elliott@gmail.com

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