Keynotes and Workshops

International Keynotes

Driscoll, D. L. (April 21, 2016, Plenary Speaker). “Ideals and Realities in Students’ Literacy Development: Writing Center/English Language Teaching Collaborations to Support Learning Transfer.” Plenary address for the Joint Conference for the Middle Eastern North African Writing Centers Alliance and the International English Language Teaching Conference, Muscat, Oman.

 

National Keynotes

Driscoll, D. L. (19 March, 2014). “Linking Qualitative and Quantitative Research in Multi-Institutional Studies: The Case of the Writing Transfer Project.” Plenary Speaker, Qualitative Research Network, CCCC.

 

Virtual Invited Talks

Driscoll, D. L. (26 February, 2016). “Building Connections and Transferring Knowledge: The Benefits of a Peer Tutoring Course Beyond the Writing Center.” WCJ Live Event. Online address hosted the Writing Center Journal.

Driscoll, D. L. (13 August 2015). “Writing Transfer and Metacognition as Frameworks for Success in College Writing and Beyond.” Invited Workshop and Keynote for the University of Tennessee: Knoxville’s First-Year Writing Program.

Driscoll, D. L. & Wynn-Perdue, S. (2014). RAD Research in Writing Centers: Survey and Interview Results. WCJ Live Event. Online address hosted for readers of the Writing Center Journal.

Driscoll, D. L. & Wynn-Perdue, S. (13 September, 2013). Centering RAD Research Practice. WCJ Live Event. Online address hosted for readers of the Writing Center Journal.

 

Invited Workshops

International

Driscoll, D. L. (21 April, 2016). “Teaching for Learning Transfer and Long-Term Language Development in English Language Classrooms.” Invited Workshop for the Joint Conference for the Middle Eastern North African Writing Centers Alliance and the International English Language Teaching Conference, Muscat, Oman.

 

Regional

Driscoll, D. L. (13 August 2015). “Writing Transfer and Metacognition as Frameworks for Success in College Writing and Beyond.” Invited Workshop and Keynote for the University of Tennessee: Knoxville’s First-Year Writing Program.

Driscoll, D. L. (1 March, 2017). “Teaching for Transfer: Long-Term Language Development in English Classrooms.” Invited Workshop for the English Education Collaborative, California, PA.

Driscoll, D. L., Zamin, N., and Hixson-Bowles, K. (March 29th, 2016). “Measuring Our Students’’ Learning: Program Assessment Strategies for Using E-Portfolios.” Workshop for faculty across the disciplines at California University of Pennsylvania. Co-Presented with IUP C&T Students Nadia Zamin and Kelsey Hixson-Bowles.

Driscoll, D. L. and Powell, R. (March 29th, 2016). “Fostering Transfer of Learning and Writing Development in First-Year Composition Courses.” Presentation for the Introductory Composition Program at California University of Pennsylvania. Co-Presented with C&T Student Roger Powell.

 

Local Workshops

Driscoll, D. L. (10 July 2012). “Building Connections: Investigating Transfer of Learning through Writing & Reflection” Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine Educational Research Community.

Driscoll, D. L. (5 Oct, 2011) “Transfer of Learning: Making Connections Between Real-World and Classroom Environments.” Oakland University Center for Teaching and Learning (CETL).

Driscoll, D. L. (2011 and 2012) “Transfer of Learning in the Writing Classroom: Connection, Reflection, and Instruction” For the Meadowbrook Writing Project (Rochester, MI).