Live Presentations

Friday, November 6, 2020

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Session A.1

Flexibility, Approachability, and Authentic Collaboration: Designing a Genuinely Engaging Online Course

  • Katherine Daily O’Meara, Saint Norbert College

“Learning Online Can Feel Cold and Lonely”: Fostering Student Engagement in Online Classes

  • Nancy Ann Fox (Edele), University of Washington

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Session A.2:

“Now You Hear Us”: Transmodal Approaches for Refugee Learners in Online Contexts

  • Megan Heise, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • Daphne Morgen, Youth UnMuted
  • Jenna Baron, ARYSE

Session A.2 Link:

Session A.3:

Dissent, Disruption, and Democracy: Structuring Community in Times of Corona

  • Robert Bern, Ohio University
  • Jill Manoukian, Ohio University
  • Katie Monthie, Ohio University
  • Rachel Stroup, University of Maryland College Park
  • Dr. Mara Holt, Ohio University

Session A.3 Link:

Saturday, November 7, 2020

10:30 am – 11:45 am

Session C.1:

“Can We Be Friends?”: The Cross-Disciplinary Friendship between Writing Studies and Applied Linguistics in the Canadian Writing Classroom

  • Christin Taylor, University of Waterloo

Claiming a Hybrid Education: aiding students to name and hopefully meet expectations in a changing environment

  • Sherrel McLafferty, Bowling Green State University

Session C.1 Link:

3:15 pm – 4:30 pm

Session E.1:

“How Does This Apply to Us?”: Local Connections and Continued Learning in Technical Communication

  • Addison Lamb, The University of Findlay
  • Adam Pittman, The University of Findlay

Session E.1 Link:

Session E.2.:

The COVID-19 Slump: Handling Lack of Motivation in Students During a Pandemic

  • Marisa Lucas, The University of Findlay
  • Alexandra Chakov, The University of Findlay

Session E.2 Link: