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About Heather Grevatt

Heather Grevatt started at Boise State University in 2013. She is currently an Assistant Professor and Librarian in the Albertsons Library’s Research and Instruction unit.  She received a Bachelor of Arts in Teaching English from Chapman University in 2006 and a Master of Library and Information Science from San José State University in 2010.  Mrs. Grevatt’s research interests include incorporating visual literacy in library instruction, play-based learning in higher education among others, and female literacy and reading interests through history (books as cultural artifacts).  She is also currently a member of the Idaho Library Association.

Positions

January 2016 - Present Assistant Professor/Librarian, Boise State University Albertsons Library
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Courses

  • UF 200 Library Instructional Session
  • UF 100 Library Instructional Session

Education

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2010 MLIS, San Jose State University
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2006 B.A., Chapman University ‐ Teaching English
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Articles (1)

Book Reviews (6)

Conference Presentations (3)

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University and Library Reports (3)