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Library resources for Ed.D. research, locating dissertations, and an introduction to the library mentor program.
Last Updated: Jun 26, 2014 URL: http://libguides.ashland.edu/EdDresearch Print Guide RSS Updates

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Librarian Mentors: We Can Help

Mentors are available to guide you in conducting your own research by taking an interest in your area of scholarly pursuit. Librarians will draw on their particular skill sets to direct you to resources and research techniques that you might not have been aware of.

Additionally, mentors can coach you in the efficient use of online resources available on campus and from home or office. Establishing a relationship with your mentor should increase the efficiency of your research efforts. Becoming a skilled researcher is valuable component of the doctoral experience. Your Librarian Mentor Can ...

  • Recommend databases suitable for your research.
  • Help clarify your search.
  • Assist you crafting appropriate database search terms.
  • Help you use OhioLINK to locate and request items via pick-up-anywhere. 
  • Provide assistance locating hard to find items using InterLibrary Loan.
 

AU Library Cohort Mentee List

Jeff Pinkham
jpinkham@ashland.edu
Diane Schrecker
dschreck@ashland.edu
Kathryn Venditti
kvenditt@ashland.edu

Mic Becerra (C8)

Robert Boes (C8)

Shawn Braman (C11)

Temeka Brantley (C14)

Matthew Chrispin (C9)

Jasen Coleman (C14)

Maria Alfano-Cooper (C11)

Christine Croyle (C14)

Richmond Davis (C15)

Ryan Durr (C17)

Janet Hartzell (C16)

Joe Hendershott (C13)

Garey Lewis (C17)

Joseph Lucky (C14)

Naomy Ndungdu (C16)

Jeffrey Pharion (C10)

Kimberly Rottet (C17)

Shana Rozier (C16)

Darlene Shuler (C15)

Jean Thomas (C15)

Sandy Womack (C15)

Danielle Butler (C17)

Pamela Backus-Diggs (C14)

Mary Bender-Davis (C14)

Katherine Brecheisen (C15)

Joyce Cummings (C17)

Scott Goggin (C14)

Darrick Jackson (C15)

Gary McPherson (C13)

Van McWreath (C16)

Margaret Morris (C15)

Jamie Pund (C13)

Ben Richards (C10)

Diane Rudowicz (C10)

Mark Smithberger (C14)

William J. Sparks (C16)

Valencia Thomas (C17)

Robert Turner (C16)

Tammy Wagner (C13)

Nicole Workman (C10)

Amanda Alice (C11)

Tonya Bailey (C15)

Jill Vincent Burke (C11)

Laura Corwon (Hartsel) (C15)

Brad Cocco (C12)

Elizabeth Cunningham (C15)

Kristine Dobransky (C13)

Cynthia Guertler (C16)

Bridget Ingram (C16)

Tammi Jordan (C17)

Jeffrey Layton (C11)

Mary McDermott (C16)

Benjamin Moore (C14)

Rhonda Neuhoff (C10)

Denise Youngsteadt-Parrish (C14)

Catherine Puster (C17)

David Reiser (C7)

Jennifer Ross (C10)

Tanzeah Sharpe (C9)

Brian Siftar (C16)

Paul Smathers (C14)


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Cohorts are identified within the mentor list by the designation C (cohort) followed by the number assigned to their particular group at the beginning of the program. For instance, the 2009 cohort designation is C12 for cohort 12.

 

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Welcome to Ashland University Library!

We hope this guide proves to be a useful tool for your educational endeavor and look forward to working with you.

Faculty librarians at Ashland University are willing to schedule one-on-one time to meet with Doctoral students and discuss research strategies and assistance. A librarian is assigned at the beginning of each cohort and it is recommended you build a relationship with your mentor. However, you are encouraged to work with any librarian on duty at your convenience. 

 

IRC: Curriculum Librarian

schrecker avatarDiane L. Schrecker, MLIS
Curriculum Librarian
Education Liaison

IRC: 419-289-5406
Office: 419-207-6404
dschreck@ashland.edu
 


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