SELECTED PREVIOUS EVENTS
“Digital Advocacy in Community-Engaged First-Year Writing,” Computers and Writing, NC
“Booktube, Booktok, and Bookstagram: How Book Lovers Use Digital Media to Shape Literary Culture” in my seminar titled Digital Literary Culture, Northeast Modern Language Association, Baltimore MD.
Digital Literary Culture research presentation for the Center for Humanities Research, George Mason University
2022 “Compassion and Equity in Learning: Teaching Writing Online with OER,” Modern Language Association, Washington D.C.
2021 Digital Literacy and Social Justice: Community Engagement in Composition Classes” Conference on Community Writing, Coalition for Community Writing, October 21-23
2021 Digital Pedagogy Lab, Virtual, Aug 2-6
2021 “Bridging the Digital Divide: Community Engagement in a Pandemic,” Association for Computers and the Humanities, Virtual, July 21-23.
2021 “Digital Pedagogy in the Composition Classroom,” Northeast Modern Language Association
2021 “Bridging the Digital Divide: Community-Engagement in a Pandemic,” College English Association Mid-Atlantic Group
2020 “Designing, Scaffolding, and Evaluating Multimodal Assignments.” Innovations in Teaching and Learning, George Mason University
2020 “Digital Advocacy in Community-Engaged First-Year Writing.” Computers and Writing, Greenville, NC. 4-17 May. 2020. Conference Canceled due to Covid-19.
2019 “Replacing the Introductory Composition Research Paper with Wikipedia Writing”, Northeast Modern Language Association Conference
2019 “Teaching with Wikipedia in the Community College Classroom.” Power Up Your Pedagogy, Northern Virginia Community College
2018 “Writing as Content: Composing in Wikipedia,” Humanities Peer Group Conference, Virginia Community College System
2018 “Teaching with Wikipedia in the Community College Classroom” Community College Humanities Association Central-Southern Regional Conference
2018 “Digital Content Creation and Curation: Composing in Wikipedia,” Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Poster Session, The George Washington University
2013 – 2015
2016 Organizer, ThatCAMP for Community College, Northern Virginia Community College
2015 Speaker, “Using Digital Archives and Getting Involved in Digital Humanities,” Wilson Center Summer Institute on Conducing Archival Research, The George Washington University
2015 “The Salman Rushdie Archive,” Digital Humanities Showcase, GW Digital Humanities Institute, The George Washington University
2015 “Zeros and Ones: A Panel from the Digital Humanities Working Group”, GW EGSA Symposium, The George Washington University
2014 Digital Pedagogy Session Discussion Leader. THATCamp D.C., The George Washington University
2013 “The Man Who Would Be Popular”: An Analysis of Salman Rushdie’s Twitter Feed.” Salman Rushdie in the 21st Century: Swallowing a World, Lisbon, Portugal.
2013 “Children of the Ship”: Memory and History in Amitav Ghosh’s The Sea of Poppies. Northeast Modern Language Association Convention