English Ed Director and Graduate Programs Coordinator
Teaching at Kennesaw State since 2005
Education: Ph.D. English Education, 2005, Arizona State University
Specializations: Media/Visual Literacy Critical Thinking in English/Language Arts Writing Instruction and Assessment
Courses Regularly Taught: ENGL 7741/3241, Digital Media and Technology in ELA ENED 6414/6475, English Methodology I and II ENGL 7750, English Studies in the Schools
Most Recent or Most Important Publications: “Sudden Opportunities: Porpoises, Eggcorns, and Error.” English Journal 100(4) (March 2011). “21st-Century Commercial Texts in the Classroom: Exploring Online Selling, Manipulation, and Subterfuge.” Teachers as Avatars: English Studies and Technology. Hampton Press: 2011. Laura Davis and Linda Stewart, eds. “Wikipedia: Friend, Not Foe.” English Journal 98(3) (January 2009): 91-97.