- “Composing, Connecting, and Curating Identities: Blogs, Microposts, and Social Media Spaces as Sites of Rhetorical Analysis and Self-Representation,” Panel: Students Authoring and Engaging in Interfaces: Blogs, Wikis, and Digital Media as Sites of Negotiated Collaboration in Composition. Co-Presenters: Stacia Dunn Campbell and Gilchrist White & Stacey Burleson, College of the Mainland. Conference of College Teachers of English, TCCCD Northeast, Hurst, TX, March 2-4, 2017.
- “Students Framing Themselves as Critics and Creators: Social/New Media as Sites of Multimodal Learning.” Co-Presenters: Stacia Dunn Campbell and Gilchrist White & Stacey Burleson, College of the Mainland. International Teaching Learning Cooperative, Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching and Learning, Austin, TX, January 5-7, 2017.
- “Using Microposts and Blogging to Teach New Media Writing.” Round Table Presentation. Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching and Learning, Austin, TX, January 7-9, 2016.
- “Pedagogy and Cyber Classrooms: Beyond Blackboard to Benefit from Twitter, Facebook, and More.” Co-presenters: Stacia Dunn Campbell and Addy Tolliver. Texas Social Media Research Institute Conference, Tarleton University, Fort Worth, TX, November 2015.
- ““Tweet-ography!”: Helping Students Access and Verify Legitimate and Immediate #Information Using Twitter.” Panel: “Tweet On, Cloud Up, and Program In!: Righteous Risks In Creating Communities via Online and Hybrid Interfaces at Assignment, Course, and Program Levels.” Co-presenters: Stacia Dunn Campbell and Cathy Gabor. Conference on College Composition and Communications, Tampa, FL., March 2015.
- “Faces and Places: Connecting the Campus and Social Lives.” Texas Social Media Research Institute's Social Media Conference (2014), Panel co-presenters: Nakia Pope, Eddy Lynton, and Adeline Meira. Fort Worth, TX., November 7, 2014
- “What the Tweet?: Key Tools and Strategies for Accessing and Verifying Legitimate and Immediate #Information Using the Twittersphere.” Panel: Innovating with Online Experiences: Designing Learning Experiences that Help Students “Cloud” Up and “Tweet” On. Co-presenter: Stacia Dunn Campbell. Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy, Savannah, GA., October 9-11, 2014.
- “Search @Ask & Join: Examining Learning Outcomes for Research/Back-Channel Response/Critical Thinking Using Twitter.” Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching and Learning, May 29-June 1, 2014.
- “Examining Learning Outcomes for Research, Ethics and Critical Thinking using Flickr, Twitter, and LinkedIn.” [Co-presenters: Kay Colley and Terri Cummings.] The Texas Social Media Research Institute's Social Media Conference, Tarleton State University, Southwest Metroplex Center, (November 8, 2013).
- “Public Writing, Performance, and Praxis: Digital Narrative as Scene of Experience, Empathy, and Engagement, “ Panel: The Praxis Payoff: Student Engagement in First-Year Composition and Speech through Socially Mediated Performance and Publication Opportunities within Project Assignments (Panel Co-Presenter: Stacia Neeley). CCTE, March 2013. Abilene, Texas
- “What’s TEXT Got to Do with It?: Assessing Visual and Textual Elements in First-Year Writing Projects.” CCTE Studies, 76: (2012). [Won CCTE Pedagogy in Rhetoric Award as part of a three-paper panel.]
- “From Yawns to Yoda: Using the Force of Success Teams to Promote Student Community, Responsibility, and Success,” (Co-authored with Gladys Childs). Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching, Conference Proceedings. June 2-5, 2011, Bethesda, Maryland.
- “The Rhetoric of Devolution, Crime, and Punishment.” University Scholars: Proceedings of University College Day. Texas Wesleyan University,December 2009.
- “The Rhetoric of Dependency, Sex, and Work: Framing Women in News Print Headlines during the 1990’s Welfare Debate.” CCTE Studies, 74: (2009), 34-43. Randall Popkin Prize, Best Paper Delivered in Rhetoric, Composition, and Technical Writing. Conference of College Teachers of English, Annual Conference, Austin, TX, March 7, 2009.