Amy  England

Amy England

Associate Professor of English
Ph.D., University of Louisville, KY (2004)



CLASSES TAUGHT
Course Num Course Title
ENGL-101 Writing and Inquiry I
ENGL-102 Writing and Inquiry II
ENGL-214 Multicultural Families
ENGL-275 Business Communications
ENGL-350 Professional Editing and Usage
ENGL-373 Writing and Research Methods
ENGL-401 Technical Writing
ENGL-451 Meth of Teach Secondary Engl

CHAPTERS, CASES, READINGS, SUPPLEMENTS
  • "The Dynamic Nature of Common Knowledge.". Originality, Imitation, and Plagiarism: Teaching Writing in the Digital Age.. University of Michigan Press. (2008: 104-113)
PRESENTATIONS
  • "When Worlds Collide: Established and Emerging Models of Secondary Source Availability and Citation.". College Composition and Communication Conference. Indianapolis, Indiana. (2013)
  • "Helping Students Discover and Construct and Academic Digital Identity.". Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy. Savannah, Georgia. (2013)
  • "Current Research on Information Seeking and Usage Behaviors in Undergraduates.". Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy. Savannah, Georgia. (2012)
  • "Interdepartmental Collaboration on Rubric Design: Teaching Business Faculty How to Fish.". North Carolina Symposium on Teaching Writing. Raleigh, North Carolina. (2012)
  • "The Price of Plagiarism and the Perils of Pursuit.". Tenth Biennial Thomas R. Watson Conference in Rhetoric and Composition. Louisville, Kentucky. (2012)
  • "What Cognitive Science Can Tell Us about Plagiarism and Cryptomnesia.". College Composition and Communication Conference. Atlanta, Georgia. (2011)
  • "Seeing Tutoring in a New Light: Tutors as Team Teaching Partners.". College Composition and Communication Conference. Louisville, Kentucky. (2010)
  • "Mixed Messages and Institutional Representations: How Instructors Teach the Referencing Process.". Eighth Biennial Thomas R. Watson Conference in Rhetoric and Composition. Louisville, Kentucky. (2010)
  • "Tutor/Instructor Symbiosis: Professionalization and Growth Through Extended Collaboration.". East Central Writing Centers Association 2009 Conference. West Lafayette, Indiana. (2009)