Alison Valk is the Instructional Coordinator and Multimedia Librarian for the Georgia Tech Library, a position held since 2010. She studied art at the University of Georgia and holds a BBA in Computer Information Systems from Georgia State University and a Masters in Library and Information Studies from Florida State University. She teaches approximately 100 workshops a year on professional multimedia software, including tools for video/ audio editing and graphic design. In 2016, she became the program manager for the Georgia Tech Library's instruction program and service owner of the Library's Media Scholarship Commons. As Instructional coordinator she oversees the development of the Library's educational curriculum. She leads numerous specialized educational programs including a federal IMLS (Institute for Museum and Library Services) grant funded program that integrates arts-based projects and library resources into the curriculum. She also teaches LMC4699, a computational media research section focused on virtual reality for teaching and learning.