Dr. Donna Campbell
Avery 357 • 335-4831(use e-mail to reach me in the summer; I do not check phone messages regularly then)
The best way to reach me is through email, either in Angel (which gets forwarded to me) or by regular email: email@example.com. We can also talk by IM, Google chat or voice, or Skype. My username for most of them (and Twitter) is dmcampbellwsu (@ whatever service), but I don't log in all the time. If you want to talk to me by one of these methods, email me and I'll log in. Email sent to me Monday through Friday will receive a response within 24 hours; email sent over the weekend will receive a response on Monday.
I’m an associate professor of English at Washington State University. Although my area of research and teaching is primarily late nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century American literature, I have taught courses in professional and administrative communication for several years in both in-person and online versions. I have also served as a consultant for business and professional writing textbooks for publishers such as Bedford/St. Martin’s Press and Oxford University Press. I have a special interest in teaching with technology.
If you want to see the other courses I teach or the web sites I maintain, go to my main page at http://www.wsu.edu/~campbelld/index.html .
A Useful Browser Application for Firefox Users. If you use the Amazon.com site to browse for books, and if you use Firefox for your web browser, you can find out whether the WSU library has the book by using the tool below. Drag that link (don't click on it) to the toolbar in Firefox (the space just under the address window). It will add a button to your toolbar. The next time you're browsing a book's page in Amazon or B&N, click on the button, and a window will pop up telling you whether that book is available at WSU.