Dr. Amy Oneal-Self

Dr. Amy Oneal-Self

aoneal-self@worwic.edu
BH 310
410-334-2832
 

Classes

Fall D 2018

Login To BlackBoardENG 151 D06 - syllabus pending
TH @ 10:45 AM—12:15 PM
Login To BlackBoardENG 151 D15 - syllabus pending
Online
Login To BlackBoardSPH 101H D10 - syllabus pending
MW @ 9:00—10:30 AM
Login To BlackBoardSPH 200 D01 - syllabus pending
MW @ 12:45—2:15 PM
Login To BlackBoardSPH 201 D01 - syllabus pending
MW @ 10:45 AM—12:15 PM

Office Hours

Fall D 2018

Tuesday 9:30—11:30 AM
Thursday 9:30—10:30 AM
Friday 9:30—11:30 AM

Other Hours

 By appointment.

Dr. Amy Oneal-Self's Faculty Website

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  • August Office Hours

    Office hours will be held as follows:

    Wednesday, August 15, 10 a.m.-12 noon
    Thursday, August 14, 12-1 p.m.
    Friday, August 17, 1-3 p.m.

    Tuesday, August 21, 12-2 p.m.
    Wednesday, August 22, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
    Thursday, August 23, 10-11 a.m.


Education

Ph.D., Postsecondary and Adult Education
Capella University
March 2015

Masters credits in Communication
Communication & Digital Content
Liberty University
August 2017

M.A., English
Concentration in literature
Indiana University
May 2007

B.A., English
Concentration in literature and minor in linguistics
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
May 2003



Work Experience

Associate Professor of English, Wor-Wic Community College, August 2007-present
English 101—Fundamentals of English I
English 151—Fundamentals of English II
English 202N--Studies in Literature (novel)
Speech 101—Fundamentals of Oral Communication
Speech 200--Interpersonal Communication
Speech 201--Instructional Communication
SDV 102--Cultural Enrichment Experience

TRIO Grant Writing Intake Assessment Coordinator, Salisbury University, December 2011-May 2012

Adjunct Instructor, Salisbury University, January 2009-January 2010
Communication Arts 100-Fundamentals of Communication

Instructor, Indiana University-Purdue University, January 2005-May 2005
Introduction to Literature

Substitute Teacher, Vigo County School System, August 2003-March 2004

Community Services / Committees

Echoes & Visions Editorial Board
Professional Development Committee
General Education Committee
Daughters of the American Revolution
Junior Woman's Club of Pocomoke City

Publications

"Strategies for Increasing Instructor Immediacy in the Online Environment." Presentation at University of Maryland Eastern Shore.

"Formative Assessment of Voice: a Virtual Speech Coach." Presentation at University of Maryland Eastern Shore.

"Automating Formative Assessment of Vocal Delivery: the Virtual Speech Coach." Presentation at Community College of Baltimore County.

"Formative Assessment in the Classroom: A Phenomenological Study of Instructor Perceptions of Formative Assessment Strategies." Doctoral Dissertation.

"Learning to Lead: Utilizing Peer-Led Discussion Strategies in Online and Face-to-Face Classes." Presentation at Cecil College.

Masters Thesis: The Language of Nineteen Eighty-Four: Orwell's Changing Role in Popular Culture