Political Advocacy for School Librarians is now available!
EDCI 514, Mentoring New Teachers
EDCI 547, Information Inquiry and Educational Change
EDCI 548, Management of Information and Resources
EDCI 549, Applications of Literature for Children and Young Adults
EDCI 591, Reading Comprehension Strategies That Succeed
EDCI 591, Ethics and Advocacy for School Librarians
EDU 600, Doctoral Seminar
Ewbank, A. (2019, forthcoming). Political Advocacy for School Librarians: Leveraging Your Influence. ABC-CLIO.
Johnson, S., & Ewbank, A. (2018). Heuristics: An approach to evaluating news obtained through social media. Knowledge Quest, 47(1), 8-14.
*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.
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.
Ewbank, A. (2016). Student privacy in the age of Big Data. Knowledge Quest, 44(4), 6.
*Ewbank, A. (2015). Library Advocacy Through Twitter: A Social Media Analysis of #savelibraries and #getESEAright. School Libraries Worldwide, 21(2), 26-38.
*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.
*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.