"Digital Spaces/Digital Literacies: New Approaches to Teaching and Learnng." Keynote Speaker, "Teaching and Technology Conference," Union County College, NJ, April, 2008.
" 'It wasn't like that for me': Critical Digital Pedagogies to Address Non-millennial Student Experiences." Paper presented at 2008 CCCC Annual Convention,
"Look in the Mirror: Creative Data Collection for Instructional Change." Paper presented at the 2007 Computers and Writing Conference. Detroit, June, 2007.
"When Student Experts Remix the Discipline: New Media in the Composition Classroom." Chair of panel presented with student researchers Matthew Harrabin and Nadia Lahens. 2007 CCCC Annual Convention, New York, March, 2007.
"Youth Culture in the Classroom: If College Composition Becomes Play, Will it Still (be) Work?" Paper presented at 2007 CCCC Annual Convention,
"What's Different about Digital Difference?: Communicating across Differences in Technological Mindsets” Talk presented at 2006 CCCC Annual Convention,
“Online Experience and the Reconceptualization of Literacy.” Chair for panel presented by ENG 3080 students: Ryan Valdez, Danielle Moskowitz, and Nadia Lahens. 27th Annual SW/TX PCA/ACA Conference in Albuquerque, NM, February, 2006.
“Student Development and Patterns in College Writing," NJ Writing Alliance Spring Conference, Monmouth University, NJ, May, 2006.
"Changing Literacies/Changing Mindsets: Talking across Digital Generations in Composition Instruction and Research." Talk presented at Internet Research 6: Internet Generations. Chicago, October, 2005.
"Engaging Students through Writing," with Mark Sutton and Charles Nelson. 16th Annual Spring Conference: New Jersey Faculty Development Network, Kean University, Union, New Jersey, April, 2005.
"Report from the Digital Contact Zone." With
"From the Keystone Cops to Grand Theft Auto: Remediation and the Interpretation of Violent Purposes." Paper presented at the 2005 National Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference,
"Do Plagiarism Services Protect or Subvert Intellectual Property Rights? Whose Rights and for What Ends?" Roundtable at 2005 CCCC Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA, March, 2005.
"Mindset Differences in Digital Writing Research." With
"A Grade by Any other Name (Would Smell as Sweet?)" Workshop presented at "Grading: Theory and Practice," NJ Writing Alliance Spring Conference, Rutgers University, NJ, April, 2005.
" 'It Wasn't What I Expected': Reflective Writing by Tutors and Students." Paper presented at the Thomas R. Watson Conference in Rhetoric and Composition, Louisville, KY, October, 2004.
"Oral History Across Generations: Influences of Age and Generational Identity in the Creation of Oral Histories." Paper presented at the XIII International Oral History Conference,
"How We Determine Where We Are and How We Matter: An Overview of Feminist Theory and Practice." Roundtable at 2004 CCCC Annual Convention, San Antonio, Texas, March, 2004.
"Reloading" WAC into Freshman Composition: Teaching Students **How** to Write Across the Curriculum." Workshop presented at NJ Writing Conference,
"lol:) : online chat and student engagement in writing process." Paper presented at "Enhancing Teaching through Technology," Conference at Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, March, 2003.
"So You Think You're Teaching Writing: Writing Center Tutors Talk Back." Regional conference on teaching writing organized by
“’That Sounds Like We’re Racists!’: Reading What We Say Re-thinking Who We Are.” Paper presented at the Thomas R. Watson Conference in Rhetoric and Composition, Louisville, KY, October, 2002.
“When Grammar Meets Diversity Artful Tutoring at an
“Developing Online Conferencing Spaces.” Workshop presented at State of the Art: 2002 Michigan Writing Center Idea Exchange,
“Feminist Ethnography in the Classroom: Student Discomfort and Other Benefits.” Paper presented at “Connecting the Text and the Street,” 2002 CCCC Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois, March, 2002.
"Discourses of Connection: Patterns for Classroom Interaction in Subject-centered Talk at Elder Writing Groups." Paper presented at the Third Biennial International Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s) Conference, Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois, October, 2001.
"Student Representations of Generational Difference in a Community-Based Classroom." Presented at "Composing the Urban Community," 2001 CCCC: Annual Convention,
"Wayne State University Student Demographics: Who do we teach when we teach writing?" Presented at "What Do We Talk about When We Talk about Teaching Writing?" Regional conference on teaching writing organized by