by Max Brantley
One Suggs accolade that caught my particular attention was Suggs as a “book author”:She figures limited availability of something that includes what appear to be multiple copied passages from four sources is probably a good idea.
Described as having a very strong background in curriculum and instruction with exceptional skills and understanding in the area of instructional technology (published books/articles in area of instructional technology and integration into the classroom)
Indeed, Suggs does identify himself as a book author (not “books,” but “book”), and it comes as no surprise that this book has the same title as his largely-stolen dissertation:
Book Author: The Impact of Middle School Principal Leadership on the Integration of Technology in Selected Middle Schools within the Indianapolis Public School District, @ Google Books
So, I looked up the entry on Google Books and found it to nothing more than a dimensionless, image-enhancing shell published by no publisher, sold in no book store, and unavailable electronically. In fact, the only paper copy of Suggs’ “book” appears to be available from the Indiana Wesleyan University thesis/dissertation archives.