Faculty and Staff Resources

Faculty and Staff Resources


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Faculty and Staff Resource Index


Scholarship

Courtney Paddick

Courtney Paddick, a research and instruction librarian at Andruss Library, recently had a book chapter published in The Engaged Library: High-Impact Educational Practices in Academic Libraries—eEditions. The Engaged Library provides case studies, examples, and discussion of how academic libraries can create successful partnerships to contribute to the integration of high-impact practices on their campuses, and ways to execute these practices well.

Ted Roggenbuck

Ted Roggenbuck, Ph.D., associate professor of English, and two English/secondary education alumnae, Emma Slotterback '17, and Morgan Mickavicz '20, have published a teaching resource, “Distinguishing Paraphrasing from Patchwriting” on the Modern Language Association’s website. The lesson plan and instructions support high school and college writing teachers in helping students learn to successfully read and integrate source material into their written work.

Blair Staley

Andrew Blair Staley, CPA, MST, professor of accounting, renewed his AccessData Certified Examiner designation. Every two years, certified examiners must pass a rigorous test on computer forensics theory and practice, including hand’s on use of AccessData’s Forensic Toolkit, FTK Imager, Registry Viewer, and Password Recovery Toolkit. Dr. Staley has taught in the Department of Accounting and Business Law’s pioneering Fraud Examination program since its beginning in 2003.