Finding History:
Research Methods & Resources for Students and Scholars

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Additional Publications and Presentations



“Learning to Read the Signs.” The History Teacher 43, no. 2 (February 2010): 205-222.

“The Clicky Things Rocked! Combating Plagiarism with Audience Response System Technology.” Practical Pedagogy for Library Instructors:  17 Innovative Strategies to Improve Student Learning.  Edited by Douglas Cook & Ryan L. Sittler, 40-49.  Chicago:  Association for College & Research Libraries, 2008.

“Using Audience Response Technology to Teach Academic Integrity: ‘The Seven Deadly Sins of Plagiarism’ at Dickinson College.” Reference Services Review 35, no. 2 (2007): 296 - 309.

“Case Study 1:  The Library & the First-Year Experience over Time at Dickinson College.”  The Role of the Library in the First College Year.  Edited by Larry Hardesty.  Columbia, SC:  National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience, 2007.

“Doing Honest Work: A Campuswide Approach.” July 2012 at the 5th International Plagiarism Conference, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, England.

“What Does a Successful Information Fluency Program Look Like?” February 2011 and March 2010 at the Council for Independent Colleges’ Information Fluency Workshop, New Orleans, LA. 

“Learning Academic Integrity with Audience Response Technology,”  June 2008
Presented at the National Resource Center’s 21st International
Conference on the First Year Experience.  Dublin, Ireland.

“Learning Academic Integrity with Audience Response Technology.” February 2008 at the National Resource Center’s 27th
Annual Conference on the First Year Experience in San Francisco, C; February 2007 at the Pennsylvania Educational Technology Expo & Conference (PETE & C) ub Hershey, PA; and October 2006 at the Montgomery County Community College Technology Conference in Blue Bell, PA.