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presentations & workshops

“How and When First Year Students’ Understanding of Source Use Develops,” Conference on College Composition & Communication, Houston, TX. (April 2016).

“Undergraduates as Researchers outside the Classroom: Supporting Undergraduates as Research Assistants and Mentored Independent Researchers,” Conference on College Composition & Communication, Houston, TX. (April 2016).

“The Writing Center as Research Hub,” International Writing Center Association Conference, Pittsburgh, PA. (October 9, 2015).

“Computer Skills & Literacy: Connecting Students to College Success,” ACCUPLACER & CLEP National Conference, Philadelphia, PA. (June 25, 2015).

Reframing Conversations about ‘Plagiarism’: Working with Students Writing from Sources,” International Writing Center Association Conference, Tampa, FL. (October 2014).

“The Rhetoric of Source Citations: An Argument and Implications for Teaching,” Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association Conference, Boise, ID. (October 2014).

“Using Blogs to Teach Source Citation as Rhetorical,” Conference on College Composition & Communication, Computer Connection, Indianapolis, IN. (March 2014).

From Citation Consumer to Citation Producer: Working with Students on Source Citation in Multiple Genres in the Writing Center.” Conference on College Composition & Communication, Las Vegas, NV. March 2013.

“Raising the Bar with Universal Design for Learning,” with Lunden MacDonald, Jessica Rossi-Katz, Aaron Johnson, Greg Sullivan, Andy Thangasamy, Deborah Horan, Courtney Rocheleau, and Christie Cooper. Teacher Scholar Forum, Metropolitan State University of Denver, Denver, CO. February 2013.

“The Writing Center as Plagiarism Safe House” at the International Writing Center Association Conference, San Diego, CA. October 2012.

“Toward Excessive Research: A Writing Center Pedagogy that Responds to Citation Project Findings” at Conference on College Composition and Communication, St. Louis, MO. March 2012.

Using the Results of the Citation Project for Better Teaching” at MSCD English Department Professional Development Workshop Series, Denver, CO. February 2012.

The Stickiness of the First Page: The Citation Project Results @ MSCD” at MSCD English Department Colloquium, Denver, CO. (February 2012).

The Citation Project at Metro State & Beyond: Findings & Thoughts” at Auraria Library Connections Workshop Series. January 2012.

“Journey to Publication” for Fellows of the Sloan Foundation at American Indian College Fund, Denver, CO and Albuquerque, NM. August 2010, March 2011, August 2011.

“Beyond ‘Gotcha’ in the Writing Center: Using Citation Analysis in Tutorials” at Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA. (April 2011).

“Making Sense of Your Digital Life: From Chaos to Coherence” at eLearning Consortium of Colorado Conference, Colorado Springs, CO. April 2011.

Crafting Assignments to Develop 21st Century Literacies: Composing in Multiple Modes, Media, and Genres” with Amy Braziller at Writing Takes Place: A Symposium on Situating Student Writing with 21st Century Literacies, Phoenix, AZ. April 2011.

“Beyond Plagiarism: Helping Students Use Digital Sources Responsibly” at eLearning Consortium of Colorado Conference, Vail, CO. April 2010.

“What Current Research Tells Us About Why Students Plagiarize and What We Can Do About It” with Jane Chapman Vigil at MSCD Faculty Spring Forum, Denver, CO. January 2010.

“Social Networking in the Classroom: A Faculty and Student Panel Discussion” (Moderator) at eLearning Consortium of Colorado Web2.0 Buffet, Denver, CO. October 2009.

Next Generation Writing Center” at eLearning Consortium of Colorado Conference, Vail, CO. April 2009.

“Motivating Peer Responders in the Classroom: Authorship, Authority, and Audience” at Conference on College Composition and Communication, San Francisco, CA. March 2009.

“Power, Access, and Language: Sponsoring Academic Literacy” with Luis Rivas at MSCD English Department Colloquium, Denver, CO. November 2008.

“Teaching Multigenre/Multimodal Composition” with Amy Braziller at Denver Composition Symposium, Denver, CO. September 2008.

“Journaling: Reflective Teaching Practice” at Red Rocks Community College Education Program Symposium, Lakewood, CO. January 2008.

“Traveling the Soundscape: Student Podcasts” with Amy Braziller at League for Innovation in the Community College Conference, Nashville, TN. November 2007.

“Responding to Student Writing” at Red Rocks Community College Faculty Workshop, Lakewood, CO. October 2007.

“Traveling the Soundscape: Demystifying the Student Podcast” with Amy Braziller at eLearning Consortium of Colorado Conference, Estes Park, CO. April 2007.

“The Value of Literacy” at Red Rocks Community College Foundation Donor Luncheon, Lakewood, CO. October 2006.

“Using Blogs as Teaching Tools” at eLearning Consortium of Colorado Conference, Estes Park, CO. April 2006.

“Responding to Student Writing Conscientiously” at Red Rocks Community College Faculty Workshop, Lakewood, CO. February 2006.

“Blogs as Teaching Tools” at eLearning Consortium of Colorado Conference, Colorado Springs, CO. April 2005.

“Using Technology to Improve Instructor Feedback to Students” at Telecoop Distance Learning Consortium of Colorado Conference, Colorado Springs, CO. April 2004.

“Using Technology to Facilitate Student Interaction” at Aims Community College Faculty Development Day, Greeley, CO. March 2004.

“Building a Creative Writing Community” with Wayne Gilbert at Conference on College Composition & Communication, Denver, CO. March 2001.

(for a complete list of all my presentations and workshops, please email me)

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