About Amy James
Starting at Boise State University in 2015, Amy James is an Assistant Professor and Research and Instruction Librarian specializing in Instructional Design at Albertsons Library. Professor James received a MLIS and a B.A. in English from Wayne State University, and an A.A. in General Studies form Henry Ford Community College. Focusing on emerging technologies, information literacy instruction, public services and reference are just some of her specializations. Previously the Emerging Technologies Librarian at Spring Arbor University, her professional experience includes developing and creating curriculum for bibliographic instruction utilizing a wide variety of technology. She is currently a member of the Association of Christian Librarians and the American Library Association.
Library and Information Science, Emerging Technologies, Public Services & Reference, and Curriculum Development & Course Instruction