Amanda "Amy" Harris Houk

  • Reference Librarian and Information Literacy Coordinator
  • University Libraries, UNCG
  • (336) 256-0275
  • 152-A Jackson Library

Before joining the Reference and Instructional Services Department full-time, I worked as a Reference Intern for two semesters. I received my BA in Elementary Education and American Studies from UNC. In the past, I have worked as host of a radio show and an elementary school teacher. I graduated in December of 2005 with my MLIS.

There are 10 included publications by Amanda "Amy" Harris Houk :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Bridges and Barriers: Factors Influencing a Culture of Assessment in Academic Libraries 2015 119 In an environment in which libraries need to demonstrate value, illustrating how the library contributes to student learning is critical. Gathering and analyzing data to tell the library’s story as well as identify areas for improvement require commi...
Curriculum Mapping in Academic Libraries 2015 595 Librarians at four different academic institutions concurrently completed curriculum mapping projects using varying methods to analyze their information literacy instruction. Curriculum mapping is a process for systematically evaluating components of...
Final Report of the Liaison Collections Responsibilities Task Force 2012 261 This is a report from UNCG University Libraries’ Liaison Collection Responsibilities Task Force on the liaison organizational model and collection development.
Getting Started with Google 2012 522 PowerPoint slides from an online workshop offered to UNCG students and faculty on Google services such as Google Docs, Forms, Labs, Mail Goggles, and Calendar.
Google for Research 2012 188 Slides from an online workshop presented to UNCG faculty and students covering the basics of how Google ranks pages and returns search results, advanced search settings and Google Scholar.
Great Expectations: New Organizational Models for Overworked Liaisons Based on the UNCG Libraries Liaison Collections Responsibilities Task Force 2012 411 Liaisons (subject specialists) keep getting busier. Research instruction, embedding in classes, outreach, collection development, weeding, assessing teaching and collections, promoting scholarly communication issues, and creating online learning ob...
Instructional Technology: It’s a Team Thing. 2010 456 PowerPoint slides from a panel presentation on instructional technologies at the Computers in Libraries 2010 Conference in Arlington, VA
Leading from the Side: getting things done when you aren’t in charge 2012 650 PowerPoint slides from a presentation at the 3rd Annual Share Academy in August 2012. Discusses the difference between leadership and management, and ways to provide leadership without a traditional authority role.
Lighting the Path for Asynchronous Tutorials. 2011 536 PowerPoint slides from a presentation at Lilly South Conference on College and University Teaching in Greensboro NC. Presentation covered the pros and cons of asynchronous learning as well as asynchronous learning tutorials offered at UNCG.
UNCG University Libraries' Support of High Impact Practices. 2013 483 This report addresses the University Libraries’ significant role in participating in the high impact initiatives identified by the AAC&U’s LEAP Report and adopted by UNCG in its Strategic Plan 2009-14. These practices are proven to positively impact ...