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Peck, A. (Summer, 2014). Overcoming the Digital Dilemma: Developing and Measuring Critical Thinking Gained through Cocurricular Experiences in a Time of Information Overload. The Journal of Technology in Student Affairs.

Peck, A. & Smith, H. (2013). “Addressing Campus Civility through an Honor Code” Student Affairs on Campus, 1 (1), Retrieved from http://www.studentaffairsoncampus.com.

Peck, A. (October, 2012). “Using structured reflection to guide student learning: A research study,” Campus Activities Programming, 45 (4).

Peck, A. (February 26, 2012). Overloaded with information, students need critical thinking skills, The University World News, Issue No: 210.

Peck, A. and Horne, A. (2012). Making assessment part of your daily work in student activities, Campus Activities Programming, 45 (1).

Peck, A., Rault, P. and O’Neil, D. (October, 2011). Events that teach: Accomplishing unique learning outcomes through a Week of Reflection, Campus Activities Programming, 44 (5).