Schools Served as Subject Librarian
M.P.A. in Public Administration :: 2008
University of North Carolina, Wilmington
M.S. in Information Science :: 2003
University of Tennessee
B.A., College Scholars Interdisciplinary Program :: 1997
University of Tennessee
Presentations, Panels and Displays
“Time-Lapse Data: Longitudinal Assessment of Library Spaces.” Presenter with Fox R; Andrews C; Wright SE. ARL Assessment Conference. Seattle, WA (August 2014).
“The Role of Student Advisory Boards in Assessment.” Presenter with Fox R; Scharf M. ARL Assessment Conference. Seattle, WA (August 2014).
“Creating a Research-Based User Experience Story on Campus.” Four hour workshop with Susan Whitmer and Shilpi Kumar. SCUP Annual Conference. Pittsburgh, PA (July 2014).
“Assessing the Enrichment of the Undergraduate Experience: Does Space Matter?” Presenter with Susan Miller and Shilpi Kumar (Herman Miller Education Research Division). Society of College and University Planners (SCUP) National Conference. San Diego, CA (July 2013).
Introduction of Keynote Speaker (Geoffery Canada). Association of College and Research Libraries National Conference (ACRL). Indianopolis, IN (Apr 2013).
“Assessment at GT Library.” Presenter with Jay Forrest. Regents Academic Committee on Libraries (RACL). Atlanta,
GA (November 16, 2012).
“Assessment at GT Library.” Presenter with Jay Forrest. Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL).
Atlanta, GA (November 13, 2012).
“Evolving as a Blended Librarian: A Conversation with Three Blended Librarians.” Panelist. Blended Librarians
Online Learning Community webcast. (September 13, 2012).
“How Cool is that Job!” Panelist with Charlie Bennett. COMO Annual Conference. Macon, GA (October 4, 2012).
“The Push and Pull of Academic Librarianship.” Panelist. ALA Midwinter Meeting. Dallas, TX (January 22, 2012).
“New Roles in Research Libraries.” Presenter. ALA Midwinter Meeting. Dallas, TX (January 21, 2012).
“User Experience and Libraries.” Presenter. Atlanta Emerging Librarians meeting, Atlanta, GA (October 29, 2011).
“Lost in the Stacks: The Research Library Rock n’ Roll Radio Show.” Co-Presenter. COMO Conference, Athens, GA (October 6, 2011).
“Combining Services at Georgia Tech Library.” Co-Presenter. Heads of Public Services meeting, ALA Conference, New Orleans, LA (July 2011).
“Mash-Up or Crash-Up: Combining Services at Georgia Tech and Emory.” Co-Presenter. ACRL National Conference, Philadelphia, PA (April 2011).
“Tapping into the User Experience: Simple Techniques to Learn about Library User Needs.” Presenter. Access Services Conference, Atlanta, GA (November 11, 2010).
“Longitudinal Assessment of Library and Commons Space Utilization.” Co-Presenter. ARL Assessment Conference, Baltimore, MD (October 2010).
“Assessment for the Rest of Us: Informal Techniques You Can Use.” Presenter and Panelist. American Library Association National Conference, Washington, D.C. (July 2010).
“From the Bathroom Wall to the Entire World: Libraries and the Future of Social Media.” Popular Culture Association National Conference. St. Louis, MO (April 2010).
“Student Advisory Boards and Improving Website Usability.” Panelist. NISO Conference. Atlanta, GA. (March 2010).
“Going Green in the Library: It’s Not Just for Contractors.” Inspiration, Innovation, Celebration: An Entrepreneurial Conference for Librarians. Univ. of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC. (June 2009).
“Online or In-Print?” Panelist. North Carolina Library Association Serials Conference. Raleigh, NC. (May 2008).
“Born Into Brothels: A Critical Look.” Panelist. Univ. of North Carolina, Wilmington, NC. (May 2007).
“The Best of the Web.” Panelist. Soaring to Excellence Television Program. Glen Ellyn, IL. (April 2007).
“Now that you know…what are you gonna do about it? Blogs, Wikis and You.” Presented at UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT). Raleigh, NC. (March 2007).
“Best Practices for Library Instruction to International Students and ESL Learners.” Roundtable Discussion Leader. ACRL National Conference. Baltimore, MD. (March 2007).
“Internet Memes, YouTube and Guerilla Library Videos.” Presented at Popular Culture Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA. (April 2007).
“Library as Place, Cafés and the Public Sphere.” Presented at Pop Culture Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA (April 2006).
Doshi, A., Kumar, S., & Whitmer, S. “Does Space Matter? Assessing the Undergraduate ‘Lived Experience’ to Enhance Learning.” Planning for Higher Education. Oct – Dec 2014.
Doshi, Ameet and Charlie Bennett. Marketing Library and Information Services: A Global Outlook. International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA). April 2013.
Fox, Robert and Ameet Doshi. “Longitudinal Assessment of User-Driven Spaces.” Evidence-Based Library and Information Practice. 2013.
Doshi, Ameet. (2013, January). “The Academic Library Residency: A Mid-Career Look Back.” Residency Interest Group blog. ACRL. http://acrl.ala.org/residency/?p=4120
Doshi, Ameet. Student Engagement in the Academic Library (Book Chapter). Libraries Unlimited. Summer 2012.
Doshi, Ameet. “Just the Right Tweet at Just the Right Time.” Reference Services Review. May 2012.
Bodnar, Jon and Ameet Doshi. “Asking the Right Questions: A Critique of Facebook, Social Media and Libraries.” Public Services Quarterly. Winter 2011.
Fox, Bob and Ameet Doshi. (2011). “Measuring the User Experience: SPEC Kit.” Washington, DC: Association for Research Libraries.
Fox, Robert, Cathy Carpenter & Ameet Doshi. (2011). "Cool Collaborations: Designing a Better Library Experience." College & Undergraduate Libraries. Volume 18, Issue 2-3, pages 213-227.
Doshi, Ameet. (2010). “Civic Spaces.” Green Cities. Paul Robbins and Geoffrey Golson (eds.) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Doshi, Ameet. (2010). “Daylighting.” Green Cities. Paul Robbins and Geoffrey Golson (eds.) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Doshi, Ameet. (2006, May). “How Gaming Could Improve Information Literacy.” Computers in Libraries.
Doshi, Ameet. (2005, Fall). “Resident Reflections.” Community and Junior College Libraries Newsletter.
- Peer Reviewer for "Journal of Learning Spaces" (ISSN: 21586195)
- American Library Association (ALA)
- Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL)
- Georgia Library Association (GLA)