Amy Lanier, M.L.S.
Library & Information Studies
Amy Lanier holds a current Texas School Librarian Certification and worked in Texas K-12 public schools for twenty years. She also served as an academic librarian at TWU Libraries, first as Manager of Student and Community Engagement Services, then as Manager of Access Services. Her scholarly interests include school library management, reference services, and co-teaching in school libraries. Lanier teaches the following SLIS courses: Information Sources and Services, School Library Managment, and School Library Collaborations.
M.L.S., Library Science, Texas Woman's University, Denton, Texas
B.A., English, Texas Woman's University, Denton, Texas
School library management; reference services; co-teaching in school libraries
School Libraries without Walls: Preserving the Library's Sense of Place
Texas Library Journal (2020)
Recent PresentationsGet LITerate: Improving information literacy through school/university library partnerships
Cross Timbers Library Collaborative (CTLC) Conference (2021)
Virtual | Amy D. Lanier, Abigail E. Morris
Why School Librarians Belong in Academic Libraries
Cross Timbers Library Collaborative (CTLC) Conference (2019)
Podium | Amy Lanie
- Texas Library Association