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AUBG Faculty Bibliography: Leonard, Lynnette

Lynnete Leonard

Associate Professor (JMC)

Office: BAC 301

Phone: +359 73 888 475

Bibliography

Books

Leonard, L. G., Mabachi, N. M., & Ford, D. J. (2006). Speaker-audience communication survival guide (2005-2006 ed.). Pearson Custom Publishing.

Ford, D. J., Leonard, L.G., & Mabachi, N. M. (2005). Survival guide: Speaker-audience communication w/ myspeechlab student starter kit. Pearson Custom Publishing.

Book Chapters

Sherblom, J., Withers, L., Leonard, L., & Smith, J. (2018). Virtual team communication norms: Modeling the mediating effects of relational trust, presence, and identity on conversational interactivity, openness, and satisfaction. In K. Lakkaraju, G. Sukthankar, & R. Wigand (Eds.), Social interactions in virtual worlds: An interdisciplinary perspective (pp. 103-129). Cambridge University Press. https://www.cambridge.org/core/services/aop-cambridge-core/content/view/3D2E3F8731E02A49A1FE7E1658D91A5F/9781316422823c5_p103-129_CBO.pdf/virtual_team_communication_norms_modeling_the_mediating_effects_of_relational_trust_presence_and_identity_on_conversational_interactivity_openness_and_satisfaction.pdf

Leonard, L. G., Withers, L. A., & Sherblom, J. C. (2011). The paradox of computer-mediated communication and identity: Peril, promise, and second life. In USA Information resources management association (Ed.) Virtual communities: Concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications (pp. 1559-1575). Information Science Publishing.

Leonard, L.G., Withers, L. A., & Sherblom, J. C. (2010). The paradox of identity and computer-mediated communication: Promise, peril, and second life. In J. Park & E. Abels (Eds.), Interpersonal relations and social patterns in communication technology (pp. 1-17). IGI Global Publishing.

Withers, L. A., Leonard, L. G., & Sherblom, J. C. (2010). Classrooms without walls: Teaching together in second life. In L. Shedletsky & J. Aitken (Eds), Cases on online discussion and interaction: Experiences and outcomes (pp. 88-104). IGI Global Publishing.

Leonard, L. G., Withers, L. A., & Sherblom, J. C. (2009).  Three universities: One classroom: Collaborative teaching in second life. In N. Edick & G.J. de Vreede (Eds.), Advances in collaboration science research: The center for collaboration sciences third research seminar (pp. 29-36). The Center for Collaboration Science.

Sherblom, J. C., Withers, L. A., & Leonard, L. G. (2009). Communication challenges and opportunities for educators using second life.  In J. Kingsley & C. Wankel (Eds.), Higher education in virtual worlds: Teaching and learning in second life (pp. 29-46). Emerald Publishing Group.

Journal Articles

Leonard, L. G., Sherblom, J. C., Withers, L. A., & Smith, J. S. (2015). Training effective virtual teams: Presence, identity, communication openness, and conversational interactivity. Connexions, 3(1), 11-45. 

Leonard, Lynnette G., Sherblom, John C., & L. A. W. (2013). Voice in a virtual world: From resistance to appropriation. AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research, 3(0), 2006-2008. 

Sherblom, J. C., Withers, L. A., & Leonard, L. G. (2013). The influence of computer-mediated communication (CMC) competence on computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) in online classroom discussions. Human Communication, 16(1), 31-39.

Leonard, L. G. (2012). Youth participation in civic engagement through social media: A case study. Selected Papers of Internet Research, 1(0), 1-9. 

Leonard, L. G., & Toller, P. (2012). Speaking ill of the dead: Anonymity and communication about suicide on MyDeathSpace.com. Communication Studies, 63(April 2013), 387-404.

Tyma, A. W., & Leonard, L. G. (2011). It’s not all zeroes and ones: Constructing online identity assembly theory. Association of Internet Researchers, 12(0), 1–20. 

Leonard, L. G., Withers, L. A., & Sherblom, J. C. (2011). Collaborating virtually: Using second life to teach collaboration. Communication Teacher, 25(1), 63-68.

Book Reviews

Leonard, L. G. (2019). [Review of the book Lydia Sigourney: Critical essays and cultural views, by M. Mary Louise Kete & Elizabeth Petrino (Eds.)]. Early American Literature, 54(2), 545-550. https://libproxy.aubg.bg/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=asn&AN=137381881&site=eds-live

Dissertation

Leonard, L. (2006). A rebel in conservative clothes: The rhetorical theory and practice of Lydia Sigourney. University of Kansas.