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Conference Program for GSOLE 2019: Visions and Sites

The GSOLE Annual Conference actually starts ten days before the main sessions. Attendees are encouraged to view the Welcome video and visit the Praxis Poster Hall, contributing to the asynchronous discussion prior to the synchronous meeting on January 25. 

GSOLE 2019 Conference Banner: "Visions and Sites of Online Literacy Education" appears in purple on a white background; "January 31, 2020" appears below in lighter purple font; above the conference title is the logo for the "Global Society of Online Literacy Educators" and "hosts with" and the blue and grey crown logo of "OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY"

January 15, 2019

Opening of Asynchronous Engagement

The GSOLE Annual Conference actually starts ten days before the main sessions. Attendees are encouraged to view the Welcome video and visit the Praxis Poster Hall, contributing to the asynchronous discussion prior to the synchronous sessions on January 25.


10:00-11:00 am EST: Plenary Address

"The OLI Teacher: Generalist 2.0 or Specialist Extraordinaire?"

Beth Hewett

Past President of GSOLE and President of Defend and Publish, LLC

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11:15 am-12:15 pm EST: Concurrent Session One

​​Individual Paper Panel 1: Training Instructors for Online Teaching

Session Chair: Elizabeth Monske

“Training Teaching Assistants for the Online Learning Environment Improves Pedagogy for All” ​

Miranda L. Egger

“Professionalizing Part-time Contingent Faculty: Examining WPA Approaches”

Melvin E. Beavers

“Visions for Giving Feedback in Online Writing Courses”

Sara Doan

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Individual Paper Panel 2: International and Intercultural OLI

Session Chair: Cat Mahaffey

“Mapping the Context of Teaching Writing in International Online Spaces” ​

Kirk St.Amant

“Identities in Online Chinese Creative Writing”

Ryan Thorpe

“Teaching Interculturally- and Accessibility-minded Visual Literacy”

Mary De Nora

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12:30-1:30 pm EST: Concurrent Session Two

​Site Share 1–-The Cart Before the Horse:

One Program’s Missteps in Shifting to OWI

“The Cart Before the Horse: One Program’s Missteps in Shifting to OWI--PART 1” ​

Christi Edge

“The Cart Before the Horse: One Program’s Missteps in Shifting to OWI--PART 2”

Ashlyn Walden

“The Cart Before the Horse: One Program’s Missteps in Shifting to OWI--PART 3”

Julie Cook

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Individual Paper Panel 3: OWI Theory and Practice

Session Chair: Michael Greer

“Transfer Not Translation: Threshold Concepts in Online Writing Courses” ​

Lauren Salisbury

“OWI for UDI”

Jessica Ulmer

“Professional Learning Communities and the Online Writing Center”

Nikki Holland

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1:45-2:45 pm ET: Plenary Address

"Rearticulating Academic Writing Instruction as Creative, Collaborative, Global Practice"

Susan Thomas

The University of Sydney

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3:00-4:00 pm EST: Concurrent Session Three

​​Individual Paper Panel 4: Program Development

Session Chair: Kim Fahle

“Directed Self-Placement in the Online Composition Course” ​

Jude Miller and Kate Brown

“Exploring Video Analytics as a Course Assessment Tool for Online Writing Instruction Stakeholders”

Jason Godfrey

“Designing Online Writing Programs to Support Underprepared Students’ Literacy Development”

Joanne Baird Giordano and Cassandra Phillips

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Individual Paper Panel 5: First-Year Writing

Session Chair: Trent M. Kays

“‘If I could turn back time’: Student’s Perceptions of Time Management” ​

Catrina Mitchum and Shelley Rodrigo

“Academic Mimicry: Ethos in the Age of Digital and Information Literacy”

Stefanie Davis

“Open-Access WaW: Theory, Practice & Aspiration in FYW”

Jessica Kester


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4:15-5:15 pm EST: Praxis Post(er) Q&A Session

​​Praxis Post(er) Panel 1: Communicating with Students Online

Session Chair: Dan Seward

“Integrating Technologies to Provide Feedback in Online Courses in the Disciplines” ​

Alex Rockey

“The Value of Asynchronous Feedback in Online Writing Courses When Delivered Via Screencast”

Patrick Graham

“Getting Creative with Multimodal Feedback: Universal Design Thinking to Augment Engagement and Revision in Online Instruction and Tutoring”

Mary De Nora

“Online Callers Holla!”

Amy Nejezchleb


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Praxis Post(er) Panel 2: Student Expectations for Online Coursework

Session Chair: Amy Cicchino

“Learning from My Own Modeling: From Fail to ‘SO MUCH FUN!’ in Two Online Graduate Reading Courses” ​

Christi Edge

“Managing User Experience of the Online Writing Course by Managing Student Expectations”

Theresa Evans

“Re(view) How You Write Assignments: Universal Design and Assignment Directions”

Megan Von Bergen

“Instructions, Documentation, and Usability Testing: Intra- and Extra-Accountability for Teaching Collaborative Professional Writing Online”

Jessica Clements


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5:30-6:30 pm EST: Closing Session

Site Share 2–Sharing Spaces:

Publishing Practice & the Future of Research in Online Literacy Education


“Sharing Spaces: Publishing Practice & the Future of Research in Online Literacy Education--PART 1” ​

Michael Greer

“Sharing Spaces: Publishing Practice & the Future of Research in Online Literacy Education--PART 2”

Jessie Borgman

“Sharing Spaces: Publishing Practice & the Future of Research in Online Literacy Education--PART 3”

Jason Snart


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