2023. Learning How to Learn in Writing Center Tutorials. CamTESOL, February 18, Institute of Technology, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
2023. Factors to Consider When Moving a Writing Center Online. Asian Conference for Innovation in Education, February 15, Bangkok, Thailand.
2023. Obuchenie in Writing Centre Tutorials: Searching for an Aha Moment. The IAFOR International Conference on Education. January 6, Hawaii, USA.
2022. Introducing Virtual Writing Centers in Japanese High Schools to Support Teachers Implementing Changes to the English Curriculum. The European Conference on Education. July 14, London, England.
2019. Writing Centers in Japanese High Schools. Japanese Association for Language Teaching (JALT) Conference. November 2, Nagoya, Japan.
2019. Could English Writing Centers Work in Japanese High Schools? International Writing Center Association Conference. October 19, Ohio, USA.
2019. Facilitating Intercultural Awareness Through Dialogic L2 Reading and Writing Online. 54th RELC International Conference & 5th Asia-Pacific LSP & Professional Communication Association Conference. March 12, RELC, Singapore.
2019. Expanding the Scope of Writing Centers to Include Academic Digital Literacy Training. 11th Symposium on Writing Centers in Asia. February 24, Sophia University, Japan
2019. Scaffolding Critical Reading and Writing in a Demanding Source-based Writing Course. 4th International Symposium on Academic Writing & Critical Thinking. February 9, Nagoya University, Japan.
2018 Presentation: Obuchenie Online: The Applicability of Vygotskian Pedagogy to Online Teaching and Learning. British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL). September 7, York St John University, England.
2018. The Mediation of Teaching and Learning in an Online Academic Literacy Activity. EuroCALL: Future-proof CALL: Language learning as exploration and encounters. August 23, University of Jyväskylä, Finland.
2018. Invited Speaker: An Analysis of the Teaching and Learning of Academic Literacies in Online Book Clubs. Niigata, JALT. May 12, University of Niigata Prefecture, Japan.
2017. ELT Writing in Japan from a Teacher Education Perspective. Symposium on Second Language Writing. June 30, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.
2017. EAP Student Participation and Practice in Online Book Clubs. CamTESOL, February 19, Institute of Technology, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
2016. Learner Participation and Practice in an Online Literacy Activity: A Sociocultural Analysis. International Conference for Media in Education. August 19, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, Kyoto, Japan.
2016. Lecture: Student Perceptions of their Participation and Practice in an Online Literacy Activity. Luncheon Speaker Series, March 8, New College, University of Toronto, Canada.
2015. Teaching Presence in Online EAP Book Clubs. CALICO Conference; Places and Spaces: Redefining Language Learning, May 29, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA.
2014. Using Social Media in EAP. TOSCON14, TESL Toronto, May 24, University of Toronto, Canada.
2014. The Implementation of an Online Book Club in a University EAP Program, TESL Canada, 10 May, 2014, Regina, Canada.
2014. Internationally Educated and Canadian Educated Teachers in the Greater Toronto Area: How employable are they? Celebrating Linguistic Diversity, OISE, University of Toronto, April 30, Friday, May 2, Canada.
2012. Using Facebook to Extend Learning into Students’ Digital Lives. CamTESOL, February 25, National Institute of Education, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
2011. Personal Learning Environments. Japanese Association for Language Teaching (JALT) Conference, November 20, Tokyo, Japan.
2011. Using PLEs to Support Learning on EAP Courses. International Conference on Addressing Student Learning Diversity, December 9, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong.
2011. Electronic Communities of Practice. CamTESOL,February 26, National Institute of Education, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
2010. Using Blogs to Facilitate Student-Centered Learning. Ubiquitous Learning Conference, December 11, University of British Columbia, Canada.
2010. Enhancing Written Communication: Pedagogical Blogging for a Professional Communication and a basic English Course at the University Level. CELC Symposium, May 27, National University of Singapore, Singapore.
2010. Workshop: Integrating Blogging into NUS Courses, University Town Writing Programme, NUS,Singapore.
2010. Invited Speaker: Using Blogs to Facilitate Language Learning. UNTAG, Indonesia.
2010. Invited Speaker: Integrating Blogging into Curricula. Politeknik Negeri and Islamic University, Java, Indonesia.