Teaching Truth and Trust in an Era of Digital Dissensus. Invited presentation. Writing Intensive Curriculum Program. Oregon State University. Corvallis, OR (Zoom). January 2021.
CTRL-F: Find the Facts Educator Workshop. Nine 2-hour sessions across seven months. CIVIX. Toronto, ON (Zoom). August 2020 – Feb 2021.
Digital Dissensus: Discovering Truth in an Era of Misinformation. Invited presentation. Race, Equity, and Engaged Citizenship Speaker Series. Washington State University Tri-Cities. Richland, WA (Zoom). October 2020.
SIFTing Through Trends in Election Misinformation. Invited presentation. NWP CoLab series. National Writing Project. Berkeley, CA (Zoom). October 2020.
The Parable of the Lake, or, the Importance of Critical Context. Presentation. 2020 Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Meeting. American Association of State Colleges and Universities/NASPA. Washington, D.C. (Zoom). September 2020.
Integrating Civic Digital Literacies into the Curriculum. Invited presentation. Endicott College. Beverly, MA (Zoom). September 2020.
Better Synchronous Online. REMOTE: The connected faculty summit. Invited presentation. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ (Zoom). July 2020.
Sifting Through the Outbreak: Information Literacy in the Time of COVID-19. Workshop. Partners in Science. Murdock Charitable Trust. Vancouver, WA (Zoom). July 2020.
Attention Is the Scarcity: A new approach to civic digital literacy. Plenary session. Compact20: The Promise of Full Participation: Democracy, opportunity and voice. Campus Compact. Providence, RI (Zoom). March 2020.
Teaching with SIFT. Workshop. National Writing Project. Renaissance Dallas Hotel. Dallas, TX. February 2020.
Reclaiming Context. Keynote. Academic Tech Expo 2020. Oklahoma State University. Norman, OK. January 2020.
Misinformation and Critical Reasoning: new challenges and new approaches. Keynote. Faculty development day. Trinity College. Hartford, CT. January 2020.
“Zooming Out”: What educators should learn about (and from) misinformation. Keynote. International Virtual Exchange Conference. University of Washington Tacoma. Tacoma, WA. October 2019.
How to run Digipo in (and out of) your classroom. Invited Workshop. Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Meeting. American Association of State Colleges and Universities/NASPA. Fort Lauderdale, FL. July 2019.
Hoaxes, Clickbait, and Conspiracies: What’s the Harm? Workshop. AASCU Winter Conference. American Association of State Colleges and Universities. Amelia Island, FL. February 2019.
Teaching Online Information Literacy to High School Students. Workshop. CIVIX event. CIVIX. Vancouver, BC. February 2019.
Digital-First Information Literacy: What it is, and why we need it now. Invited presentation. EDUCAUSE Annual Conference 2018. Philadelphia, PA. November 2018.
Citizen Fact-Checking in the Digital Age. Keynote. Civic Engagement Conference. Weber State University. Ogden, UT. November 2018.
Web literacy workshop. Full day workshop and planning session for Tarleton State University. Vancouver, WA. October 2018.
Let me fact-check that for you. Misinformation Solutions Workshop. Invited presentation with Scott Waterman. RTI International/Rita Allen Foundation. Washington, DC. October 2018.
You Can’t Change the Feeling (but you can change feeling about the feeling in a second or two). Keynote. Mindfulness, Media, and Misinformation in the Digital Era. Indiana University at Kokomo. Kokomo, IN. September 2018.
Using the “Check, Please!” Curriculum. Workshop. Mindfulness, Media, and Misinformation in the Digital Era. Indiana University at Kokomo. Kokomo, IN. September 2018.
Four Moves and a Habit for 90 Second Fact-Checking. Invited Presentation. OLC Innovate. Online Learning Consortium. Denver, CO. July 2018.
Can you spot a fake? Invited presentation. NIFCA Speaker Series. North Island College. Comox, BC. June 2018.
Web literacy workshop. NIFCA Speaker Series. Workshop. North Island College. Comox, BC. June 2018.
The Digital Polarization Initiative: An Open Project. Keynote. SUNY Oneonta OER Workshop. SUNY Oneonta. Oneonta, NY. February 2018.
Building Web Literacy through Collaborative Annotation and Fact Checking. Presentation with Jeremy Dean, Lee Skallerup-Basette, and Jon Udell. EDUCAUSE Annual Conference. EDUCAUSE. Philadelphia, PA. November 2017,
Six Traps of Online Information Literacy (and a few solutions). Workshop. ETUG 2017. BCcampus. Vancouver, BC. October 2017.
What sort of education works to fight misinformation? Keynote. ETUG 2017. BCcampus. Vancouver, BC. October 2017.
The Digital Polarization Initiative: an info-environmentalism project. Presentation, Open Education Conference. Anaheim, CA. October 2017.
Collaboration and Control: Building the New Collaborative Web. Keynote. CALICon17. Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction. Phoenix, AZ. June 2017.
Annotation as Fabric: Weaving Information Across the Web. Panel with Anita Bandrowski, Maryann Martone, Beth Ruedi, and Jon Udell. iAnnotate. San Francisco, CA. May 2017.
Annotation in Journalism and Fact-Checking. Panel with Ed Bice, Stefan Candea, Wesley Lindamood, Emmanuel Vincent. iAnnotate. San Francisco, CA. May 2017.
Teaching Digital Literacy in a “Post-Truth” World. Invited Presentation. University of Mary Washington. Fredericksburg, VA. March 2017.
DPI Faculty Workshop series. Four session faculty workshop series offered to American Democracy Project members. American Association of State Colleges and Universities. Washington, D.C. (Skype). Spring/Summer 2017.
Myths of Information Literacy. Short Plenary. AASCU Winter Meeting. American Association of State Colleges and Universities. San Diego, CA. February 2017.
New Directions in Open Education. Keynote. Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium. Metropolitan State University. Denver, CO. October 2016.
Building Open Educational Resources for Proliferation. Invited Presentation. Building Bridges Conference. Spokane, WA. July 2016.
The Garden and the Stream: A techno-pastoral. Keynote. LINK Conference. Stanford University. Stanford, CA. November 2015.
Federated Education: New models of cooperation and learning in education. Keynote. 2014 Instructional Technology Roundtable. NorthWest Academic Computing Consortium. Portland, OR. November 2014.
Design Patterns and Instructional Design. Keynote. NWeLearn 2014. Boise, ID. October 2014.
Quantitative Reasoning: 21st century approaches to a 21st century skill. Workshop with Becca Berkey and Andreas Broscheid. POD Network Annual Conference. Seattle, WA. October 2012.
Assessing the Outcomes of the American Democracy Project on Campus. Presentation and discussion with Kim Schmidl-Gagne. American Democracy Project Annual Conference. American Association of State Colleges and Universities. San Antonio, TX. June 2012.
Critical Thinking: Why it is so hard to teach and what we can do about it. Invited workshop. NELIG Spring Meeting. New England Library Instruction Group (NELIG). Keene, NH. March 2012.
Open Education and Citizenship. Presentation with Jim Groom. ELI Annual Meeting 2011: Educating in the Open. EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative. Washington, D.C. February 2011.
Critical Consumption and eCitizenship in Classroom Activities. Presentation with Patrick Dolenc and Stephen George. American Democracy Project Annual Conference. American Association of State Colleges and Universities. Orlando, FL. June 2011.
The Future of Teaching & Learning. Keynote. Academic Technology Institute. University System of New Hampshire. Conway, NH. June 2011.
eCitizenship and Student Empowerment at Keene State. Presentation with Mel Netzhammer and Therese Seibert. eCitizenship Institute. Wayne State College. Detroit, MI. November 2010.
We Are All the Pretender Now: Learning in an age of just-in-time information. Plenary. UMW Faculty Academy. University of Mary Washington. Fredericksburg, VA. May 2010.
Building a State-Level Online Political Community: The Blue Hampshire experience. Panel with Laura Clawson and Philip Andersen. YearlyKos 2007. Chicago, IL. August 2007.