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«Education, Health, and Human Development Department of Education P.O. Box 172880 Bozeman, MT 59717-2880 (406) 994-5788 ann.ewbank ...»

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Ann Dutton Ewbank

Curriculum Vitae

2014

Montana State University

College of Education, Health, and Human Development

Department of Education

P.O. Box 172880

Bozeman, MT 59717-2880

(406) 994-5788

ann.ewbank@montana.edu

Education

2005 Arizona State University Doctor of Philosophy, Curriculum

And Instruction, Language and Literacy

Concentration

Dissertation: Literature-Based Instruction and the Role of Teacher-Librarian as Reader’s

Advisor: A Teacher Research Study. Chair: Alleen Pace Nilsen, Department of English 2001 University of Arizona Master of Arts, Information Resources and Library Science (ALA Accredited) 1996 Northern Arizona University Bachelor of Science in Education/ Social Science Employment July 2014-present Assistant Professor College of Education, Health Director, School Library and Human Development, Media Certification Program Montana State University July 2011-June 2014 Assistant Division Director Mary Lou Fulton Teachers Clinical Associate Professor College, Arizona State University June 2010- August 2011 Adjunct Faculty University of Arizona, School of Information Resources and Library Science August 2009-July 2011 Affiliated Academic Mary Lou Fulton Teachers Professional College, Arizona State University May 2010-July 2011 Associate Librarian Arizona State University May 2006-May 2010 Assistant Librarian Arizona State University September 2005-May 2006 Reading Teacher Cholla Middle School, Phoenix August 2004-May 2006 Faculty Associate Arizona State University

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Ewbank, A., & Moreillon, J. (2007). Guest Co-Editors, Knowledge Quest, 36(1).

Themed Issue: Advocacy: A Test of Character? http://tinyurl.com/kqadvocacy Journal Articles (* = peer reviewed, ** = invited) *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.

http://dx.doi.org/10.2304/pfie.2014.12.2.242 *Ewbank, A. & Kwon, J. (2013, under review) School Library Advocacy Literature in the United States: An Exploratory Content Analysis. Library and Information Science Research.

*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. DOI: 10.1080/09650792.2013.813402 *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. Available at: http://www.learninglandscapes.ca/images/documents/ll-no12/foulger.pdf *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.

http://sicet.org/journals/ijttl/issue1202/4_Ewbank.pdf 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), 28Ewbank, A. (2011). Advocacy for the school library media profession: Results of a U.S. national survey. School Libraries Worldwide 37(2). Retrieved from http://www.iaslonline.org/pubs/slw/july2011.htm *Ewbank, A. (March 2011). Values-oriented factors leading to retention of school librarian positions: A school district case study. School Library Media Research, 14. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/aasl/aaslpubsandjournals/slmrb/slmrcontents/volume14/ewban k.cfm.

** 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).

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.

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*Jimenez-Castellanos, O., Barnett, J., & Ewbank, A. (Spring 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. https://www4.nau.edu/cee/jep/journals.aspx?id=323 ** 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).

*Ewbank, A. (2009). Education library 2.0: The establishment of a dynamic multi-site liaison program. Education Libraries, 32(2), 3-12.

*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.

**Ewbank, A. (2008). Elimination of teacher-librarians in Mesa, Arizona: A need of advocacy.

Teacher-Librarian, 36(2), 8-9.

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.





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.

Ewbank, A., & Moreillon, J. (2007). Is there a teacher-librarian worldview? This we believe… Knowledge Quest, 36(1), 12-15. http://tinyurl.com/kqeditorsarticle 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.

Book Chapters * 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 ELearning 2.0: Implications of Web-Based Communities and Networking, 27-43. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Ewbank, A. Web Boxes (Sidebar Feature) in Nilsen, A.P. and Donelson, K.L. (2005).

Literature for Today's Young Adults (7th Ed.), Boston: Pearson Education.

Book Reviews Ewbank, A. Review of Corson, D. (1999). Language Policy in Schools: A Resource for Teachers and Administrators. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. In Education Review, March 2003. http://edrev.asu.edu/ Online Publications

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Ewbank, A. (2010) Three Little Javelinas Curriculum Guide.

http://onebookaz.org/images/pdf/3Javelinas_Curriculum_Guide.pdf Ewbank, A. (2009, August 6) Stepping Up Supervision of Library Media Specialists. ASCD Express. http://www.ascd.org/ascd_express/vol4/422_ewbank.aspx Ewbank, A. (2009) Capirotada Curriculum Guide. http://onebookaz.org/discussion.cfm Alkove, L., & Ewbank, A. (2008) Danger in the Desert Curriculum Guide.

http://onebookaz.org/2008kids/index.cfm Alkove, L., & Ewbank, A. (2007) Weedflower Curriculum Guide.

http://www.onebookaz.org/kids/2007kids/index.cfm AASL Instructional Classification Task Force, Ewbank, A., Chair (2006). Instructional Classification Toolkit. http://tinyurl.com/instclassification Ewbank, A. (2006). Everything on a Waffle WebQuest.

http://www.onebookaz.org/2006/kids.cfm.

Published Proceedings Ewbank, A.D. & Kwon, J. (2012). School Library Advocacy Literature in the United States: A Content Analysis. Proceedings of the 16th International Forum on Research in School Librarianship. International Association of School Librarianship.

Ewbank, A.D., Foulger, T.S., & Wetzel, K.A. (2012). A Naturalistic Description of Educational Doctoral Students’ Uses of Technology. Technology and Teacher Education Annual, 2012(1).

Association for the Advancement of Educational Computing.

Ewbank, A.D. (2011). School library advocacy: A categorization of the literature. Knowledge Building in the Learning Commons: Papers of the Treasure Mountain Retreat #16. Salt Lake City, UT: Hi Willow Press.

Ewbank, A. (2010). Why did a U.S. secondary school district retain teacher-librarians in a time of economic crisis? A case study. Proceedings of the 14th International Forum on Research in School Librarianship. International Association of School Librarianship.

Ewbank, A. (2009). Advocacy for the school library media profession: Results of a national survey. In D. Loertscher, Ed., Making Connections: Papers of the Treasure Mountain Retreat #15. Salt Lake City, UT: Hi Willow Press.

Ewbank, A., Carter, H., & Foulger, T. (2008). MySpace dilemmas: Ethical choices for teachers using social networking. Technology and Teacher Education Annual, 2008(1). Association for the Advancement of Educational Computing.

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Ewbank, A. and Ernst, P. (2008). The future is now: Information, communication and technology competence and freshman persistence. White paper written for ASU Libraries.

Contributions to Newsletters Columnist for the Arizona Library Association Newsletter. See http://azla.org/displaynewsletter.cfm.

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Research/Manuscripts in Progress *Ewbank, A. The Role of Teacher Unions in School Library Advocacy: A Case Study of the British Columbia Teacher-Librarians Association and the British Columbia Teachers Federation.

Manuscript under preparation.

Presentations (* = peer reviewed, ** = invited)

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**Ewbank, A. (2011). School Library Advocacy: Ensuring Libraries for a Lifetime. Somerset International Conference for Librarians and Teachers, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia (March 14-15, 2011).

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Papers * Ewbank, A.D. & Kwon, J. (2014). The role of teacher unions in school library advocacy: A case study. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA (April 3-April 7, 2014).

Ewbank, A.D. & Kwon, J. (2013). 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. American Association of School Librarians 16th National Conference, Hartford, CT (November 14-17, 2013).

*Ewbank, A.D. & Kwon, J. (2013). A content analysis of school library advocacy literature. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA (April 27-May 1, 2013).

*Wetzel, K. & Ewbank, A.D. (2013). Conceptualizing the innovation: Factors influencing doctoral candidates’ innovation in the action research dissertation. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA (April 27-May 1, 2013).

*Ewbank, A.D. & Kwon, J. (2012). School Library Advocacy Literature in the United States: A Content Analysis. International Association of School Librarians Conference, Doha, Qatar (November 11-15, 2012).

*Ewbank, A.D., Foulger, T.S., & Wetzel, K.A. (2012). A Naturalistic Description of Educational Doctoral Students’ Uses of Technology. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, 23rd International Conference, Austin, TX (March 5, 2012).

Ewbank, A.D. (2011). School Library Advocacy: A Categorization of the Literature. Treasure Mountain Retreat #16, Minneapolis, MN. (October 25-26, 2011).

* Kammerlocher, L., Ewbank, A. Tharp, J. & Frost, K. (2011). Toward A Model of Thinking Critically With Information: Equipping College Students with 21st Century Skills. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA (April 8-12, 2011).

*Carlson, D. & Ewbank, A. (2011). Rhetoric as Social Insurance: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Flores v. Arizona Commentary. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA (April 8-12, 2011).

*Ewbank, A. (2010) Why Did a U.S. Secondary School District Retain Teacher-Librarians in a Time of Economic Crisis? A Case Study. International Association of School Librarians Conference, Brisbane, Australia (September 27 – October 1, 2010).

*Ewbank, A. (2010). Factors leading to retention of school librarian positions: A school district case study. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO (April 30May 4, 2010).

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*Ewbank, A., Carter, H., & Foulger, T. (2008). MySpace dilemmas: Ethical choices for teachers using social networking. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, 19th International Conference, Las Vegas, NV (May 3-7, 2008).

Ewbank, A. (2007). “I felt like the lone wolf”: Teacher research in a non-supportive environment. 14th International Conference on Teacher Research, Chicago, IL (April 14, 2007).

Ewbank, A. (2005). Understanding our students: Readers' advisory in the school library.

Treasure Mountain Retreat #12: Pittsburgh, PA (October 5, 2005).

Professional Presentations Ewbank, A. (2013). “Toolkit Spotlight: Instructional Classification Toolkit.” American Association of School Librarians 16th National Conference, Hartford, CT (November 14-17, 2013).

**Ewbank, A. (2012). “Advocacy, Action, and Answers: Building Influence for the TeacherLibrarian.” British Columbia Teacher-Librarians’ Association Annual Conference (October 19, 2012).

Ewbank, A. (2012). “Classroom and School Libraries: Promoting Rich Reading Experiences for Students.” 42nd Annual AUA Language and Literacy Conference (February 3, 2012).

**Ewbank, A. (2011). “Advocacy, Action, and Answers: Building Influence for the TeacherLibrarian.” Somerset International Conference for Librarians and Teachers, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia (March 14-15, 2011).

Ewbank, A. (2011, February 26). “ONEBOOKAZ Curriculum Workshop.” Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, Phoenix, AZ.

Ewbank, A., Tharp, J., & Welty, E. (2011). “College Ready-College Bound: Essential Skills for Research and Writing Success.” Tempe High School Professional Development Day (February 7, 2011).

Ewbank, A., Guy, M., Tharp, J. & Welty, E. (2011). “College Ready-College Bound: Essential Skills for Research and Writing Success.” Tolleson Unified High School District Professional Development Conference (February 2, 2011).



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