Lisa Gueldenzoph Snyder

TitleProfessor

DepartmentBusiness Education

Phone336-285-3396

Fax336-256-2276

EmailLguelden@ncat.edu

OfficeMerrick Hall
Room: 324

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Lisa Gueldenzoph Snyder

Education

Ph D: Higher Education Administration, Bowling Green State University, 2000

MED: Business Education, Bowling Green State University, 1993

BS: Business Education, Northern Michigan University, 1989


Research Interests

Effective Communication Practices Active/Collaborative Learning Methodology Impact of Technology on Effective Communication Distance Learning / Virtual Education / Online Teaching


Recent Publications

Barbara,  Shwom  Snyder,  Lisa  ( 2018).  Business Communication: Polishing Your Professional Presence.  ( 4th,  ).   Pearson Learning, Inc. .

Yap,  Alexander  Drye,  Sherrie  Snyder,  Lisa  ( 2018).  The information war in the digital society: A conceptual framework for a comprehensive solution to fake news.  ( 7,  3,  pp. 1214-1221).   Academy of Social Sciences.

Drye,  Sherrie  Lomo-David,  Ewuukgem  Snyder,  Lisa  ( 2017).  Normal deviance: An analysis of university policies and student perceptions of academic dishonesty.  ( 5,  6,  ).   Southern Journal of Business and Ethics.

Shwom,  Barbara  Snyder,  Lisa  ( 2016).  Business Communication: Polishing Your Professional Presence.  In Stephanie Wall  ( 3rd,  pp. 594).   Pearson Education, Inc..

Christen,  Scott  Kelly,  Stephanie  Fall,  Lisa  Snyder,  Lisa  ( 2015).  Exploring business students’ communicative needs: Social presence in the online classroom.  ( 54,  pp. 31-46).   The Journal for Research in Business Education.

Shwom,  Barbara  Snyder,  Lisa  ( 2014).  Business Communication: Polishing Your Professional Presence.  In Stephanie Wall  ( 2nd,  pp. 648).   Pearson Education, Inc..

Snyder,  Lisa  Cannoy,  Sherrie  ( 2013).  Chapter 7, Teaching in the Online Classroom.  Effective Methods of Teaching Business Education  ( 2013,  2013 Yearbook,  pp. 96-110).   National Business Education Association.

Kelly,  Stephanie  Christen,  Scott  Snyder,  Lisa  ( 2013).  An analysis of effective online reputation management: A critical thinking social media activity.  ( 55,  pp. 24-35).   The Journal of Research in Business Education.

Hall,  Susan  Snyder,  Lisa  ( 2012).  An analysis of business education methods course syllabi at NABTE institutions.  ( 39,  pp. 15-21).   Business Teacher Education Journal.

Shwom,  Barbara  Snyder,  Lisa  ( 2012).  Business Communication: Polishing Your Professional Presence.  In Sally Yagan  ( 1st,  pp. 569).   Pearson Education, Inc..

Snyder,  Lisa  Shwom,  Barbara  ( 2011).  Teaching effective communication skills with ACE: Analyzing, composing, & evaluating.  ( 3,  9,  pp. 1-6).   Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction.

Snyder,  Lisa  ( 2010).  The use of pre-group instruction to improve student collaboration.  ( 1,  8,  pp. 1-6).   Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction.

Snyder,  Lisa  Drye,  Sherrie  ( 2010).  Business Communication: Instructional Strategies to Prevent Plagiarism.  ( 1,  65,  pp. 23-25).   Business Education Forum.

Gaytan,  Jorge  Snyder,  Lisa  ( 2010).  Working with English language learners: Teaching, assessment, and administrative strategies to effectively meet academic challenges. .  In Dr. Lila Waldman,  Cross-Cultural and International Business Education  ( 48,  pp. 160-177).   National Business Education Association.

Snyder,  Lisa  Mcneil,  Kimberly  ( 2008).  Enhancing students’ perceptions of collaborative projects through the use of pre-group instruction methods.  ( 1,  pp. 18).   Research in Higher Education .

Snyder,  Lisa  Drye,  Sherrie  Teaching in the Online Classroom.  NBEA Yearbook  ( 56,  ).   National Business Education Association.