Amy Bryant received her master's degree in Library Science from Indiana University in 2000 and since then she has been working in the libraries of Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana. In her current position of Associate Library Director she oversees and teaches in Earlham's Information Literacy Literacy program and supports faculty use of technology. She currently supports campus academic technology initiatives including Moodle, OpenSim, and Qualtrics. She has co-lead summer term courses to Turkey and the Library of Congress and regularly teaches undergraduate students how to create collaborative digital humanities projects. She is a member of the American Library Association, the Association of College and Research Libraries, and the Library Information Technology Association. Amy plays saxophone in the Richmond Community Orchestra and has had her photography accepted in the juried Whitewater Valley Art Competition.