Montana State University, College of Education, Health and Human Development, August 2014-present
EDCI 547, Information Inquiry and Educational Change (4 sections, 100% online)
EDCI 514, Mentoring New Teachers (2 sections, 100% online)
EDCI 549, Applications of Literature for Children and Young Adults (2 sections, 100% online)
EDCI 591, Reading Comprehension Strategies That Succeed (2 sections, 100% online)
EDCI 548, Management of Information and Resources (5 sections, 100% online)
EDCI 591, Ethics and Advocacy for School Librarians (1 section, 100% online)
EDU 600, Doctoral Seminar (1 section)
Publications (*peer reviewed)
1. *Ewbank, A. (2016). Mentoring students in CPED-influenced doctoral programs. In J. A. Perry (Ed.) The Ed.D. and the Scholarly Practitioner: The CPED Path, 65-77. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
2. Ewbank, A., Masland, J.T., & Zabriskie, C. (2016). Library issues at the federal level: An introduction to ALA’s Washington Office and the Committee on Legislation. Political Librarian, 2(1), 11-16.
3. Ewbank, A. (2016). Student privacy in the age of Big Data. Knowledge Quest, 44(4), 6.
4. *Ewbank, A. (2015). Library Advocacy Through Twitter: A Social Media Analysis of #savelibraries and #getESEAright. School Libraries Worldwide, 21(2), 26-38.
5. *Ewbank, A. & Kwon, J. (2015). School Library Advocacy Literature in the United States: An Exploratory Content Analysis. Library and Information Science Research 37(3), 236-243.
6. *Ewbank, A. (2015). Union-active teacher-librarians and school library advocacy: A modified case study of the British Columbia Teacher-Librarians’ Association and the British Columbia Teachers’ Federation. School Library Research, 18, 1-23.
7. *Hollis, M., Aletheiani, D, Carlson, D, & Ewbank, A. (2014). “Keeping up the good fight”: The said and unsaid in Flores v. Arizona. Policy Futures in Education, 12(2), 242-261.
8. *Wetzel, K.A. & Ewbank, A.D. (2013). Conceptualizing the innovation: Factors influencing doctoral candidates’ interventions in the action research dissertation. Educational Action Research, 21(3), 392-411.
9. *Foulger, T. S., Ewbank, A. D., Carter, H. L., Reicks, P., & Darby, S. (2013). License to drive: Safe social networking use in innovative schools. LEARNing Landscapes, 6(2), 97-107.
10. *Ewbank, A.D., Foulger, T.S., & Wetzel, K.A. (2012). Novice Researchers Find their Power: Using Technology to Support the Development of Doctoral Students. International Journal of Technology in Teaching and Learning. 8(2), 118-134.
11. Ewbank, A., Guy, M., Tharp, J., & Welty, E. (2011). Collaboration and connection: A university outreach program for high school librarians and teachers. Library Media Connection, 30(2), 28-30.
12. *Ewbank, A. (2011). Advocacy for the school library media profession: Results of a U.S. national survey. School Libraries Worldwide 37(2).
13. *Ewbank, A. (2011). Values-oriented factors leading to retention of school librarian positions: A school district case study. School Library Media Research, 14.
14. Ewbank, A. (2010). Surviving the Recession: Fostering environments that support school librarians. School Library Monthly, 27(3), 54-56. (Reprinted in Synergy: The Journal of the School Library Association of Victoria (Australia), June 2011).
15. Shell, L., Duvernay, J., Ewbank, A., Konomos, P., Leaming, A., & Sylvester, G. (2010). A comprehensive plan for library support of online and extended education. Journal of Library Administration. 50(7), 951-971.
16. Ewbank, A., Foulger, T., & Carter, H. (2010). Red Bull, Starbucks and the changing face of teacher education. Phi Delta Kappan, 92 (2), 25-28.
17. *Jimenez-Castellanos, O., Barnett, J., & Ewbank, A. (2010). Arizona’s reversal of fortune to no longer require educational spending to be tracked at the school level: A historical legislative analysis. eJournal of Education Policy.
18. Ewbank, A. (2010). Beginning a dialogue about how teacher-librarians advocate for the profession: Implications of a national survey. Teacher Librarian, 37(3), 87-89. (Reprinted in Synergy: The Journal of the School Library Association of Victoria (Australia), December 2011).
19. Ewbank, A., Foulger, T., Carter, H., & Kay, A. (2010). Conceptualizing codes of conduct in social networking communities. In H. Yang & S. Yuen (Eds.) Collective Intelligence and E-Learning 2.0: Implications of Web-Based Communities and Networking, 27-43. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
20. *Ewbank, A. (2009). Education library 2.0: The establishment of a dynamic multi-site liaison program. Education Libraries, 32(2), 3-12.
21. *Foulger, T., Ewbank, A., Kay, A. Osborn Popp, S., & Carter, H. (2009). Moral spaces in MySpace: Preservice teachers’ perspectives about ethical issues in social networking. Journal of Research in Technology Education, 42(1), 1-28.
22. Ewbank, A. (2008). Elimination of teacher-librarians in Mesa, Arizona: A need of advocacy. Teacher-Librarian, 36(2), 8-9.
23. Leaming, A. Ewbank, A., Liu, Q., & Gabbard, R. (2008). Sichuan, China, and Confucius in Arizona: Promoting global understanding through a library exhibition. Journal of East Asian Libraries, 146, 44-48.
24. Carter, H., Foulger, T., & Ewbank. A. (2008). Have you Googled your teacher lately? Teachers’ use of social networking sites. Phi Delta Kappan, 89(9), 681-685.
25. Ewbank, A., & Moreillon, J. (2007). Is there a teacher-librarian worldview? This we believe… Knowledge Quest, 36(1), 12-15.
26. Ewbank. A., & Moreillon, J. (2006). The 65% Solution is no solution for schools or library media centers. School Library Media Activities Monthly. June, 22-24.
Montana State University, College of Education, Health and Human Development, Transformational Teaching Mini-Grant, 2016, $3,000, Exploring Signature Pedagogies to Strengthen the EdD.
Montana State University: Faculty Excellence Grant, 2015, $5,000. School Library Advocacy Stories of Montana.
American Association of School Librarians: Capstone Research Grant, 2012, $2,500. The Role of Teacher Unions in School Library Advocacy: A Case Study of the British Columbia Teacher-Librarians’ Association and the British Columbia Teacher’s Federation.
Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records: Library Services and Technology Act, 2010, $30,750. Collaboration and Connection: High School and University Teachers and Librarians Supporting Students' Transitions, Principal Investigator, Project Co-Director.
Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records: Library Services and Technology Act, 2009, $14,500, Pathways to ICT Proficiency: Statewide Databases Training for International Baccalaureate Teachers and Students, Principal Investigator, Project Co-Director.