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Dr. Leonard Shyles has been a Professor in the Department of Communication at Villanova University since 1989. He served as the director of the video production lab until 2000. He is also a member of the speech faculty, teaching Business and Professional Speaking to the University’s undergraduate majors mainly from the Business School. His research focuses on the transition from analog to digital platforms across media and telecommunications institutions. His principal recent work includes the texts Deciphering cyberspace: making the most of digital communication technology (2003), and The Art of Video Production (2007) by Sage publications. Dr. Shyles is also an expert in both qualitative and quantitative research methods. He has taught research methodology in the Communication Department continuously since 1989, and has published widely in the fields of political communication, public communication campaigns, and military propaganda analysis.