Co-Curricular and Student Affairs
Detmering, R. and Johnson, A.M. (2011). Focusing on the thinking, not the tools: Incorporating critical thinking into an information literacy model for an introduction to business course. Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship, 16, 101-107.
Spence, J.M. & Scobie, N.A. (2013). Socratic advising. In J.K. Drake, P. Jordan & M.A. Miller (Eds.), Academic advising approaches: Strategies that teach students to make the most of college (pp. 197-221). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Clark, B., Partin, K. and Bays, C. Student Learning Outcomes: Devising a Division-Wide Assessment for Student Employees at the 2010 College Personnel Association of Kentucky’s annual conference.
Cox, F. Developing a Class to Enhance the Computer Literacy/Information Literacy Skills of Residents at The Wayside Christian Mission: A Homeless Shelter poster presentation at the 2013 i2a Institute [PDF].
Curtis, P. and Ramsey, N. Creating Comprehensive Departmental Learning Outcomes with Critical Thinking as a Frame SUN Grant poster session at the 2011 i2a Institute.
Hohmann, J. Thinking About Our Thinking: How the REACH Learning Resource Center is Working to Measure and Promote Critical Thinking," at the 2010 Annual Association for the Tutoring Profession’s Conference and the 2010 Foundation for Critical Thinking Conference.
Leist, C. Focus on Mission: REACHing College Readiness with GEN 105 at the 2010 College Reading and Learning Association Annual Conference.
Leist, C. & Woolwine, M. “Exploring Reading Success: An Intervention with Entry-Level Courses: GEN 105,” at the 2009 Annual Conference of the Kentucky Association for Developmental Education.
Payette, P., Larue, S., & Newton, K. Implementing your institution's critical thinking initiative: Strategies for administrators, faculty, and staff at the 2009 Foundation for Critical Thinking Conference.
Scobie, N., Adamchik, K., and Bobbit, P. The AIM project at the 2011 National Academic Advising Association's Region 3 conference and annual conference.