Alexis Ramsey-Tobienne

Alexis Ramsey-Tobienne
Dr. Alexis E. Ramsey-Tobienne, Associate Professor Rhetoric at Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, FL, received her B.A. in English and History from Kalamazoo College, MI and her M.A. and Ph.D. from Purdue University, West Lafayetee, IN. Her areas of specialty are rhetorical history, research methods, particularly archival methods, and academic integrity. She is the co-editor of the collection Working in the Archives: Practical Research Methods for Rhetoric and Composition, the co-author of “"In, Through, and About the Archive: What Digitization (Dis)Allows” from the collection Rhetoric and the Digital Humanities and author of “Archives 2.0: Digital Archives and the Formation of New Research Methods” in Peitho 15.1 among other publications. She is chair and founding member of the college's Academic Honor Council and has served the AHC for 10 years. She serves as archivist and historian for the Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric & Composition. She teaches courses in analytic and persuasive writing, advanced research methods, and grant writing. In her free time, she enjoys traveling with her husband and children, gardening, and reading. Most of the time, however, you can find her at local playgrounds playing with her family.

Posts by Alexis Ramsey-Tobienne

Academic Integrity and Accessibility
Alexis Ramsey-Tobienne | November 19, 2019

In 1997, Sally Scott asked “how much is enough” in her article “Accommodating College Students with Learning Disabilities: How Much is Enough?” Noting the need to strike a balance between the student’s needs and the academic integrity of the course, Sc …

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