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Sandra Jamieson.Breaking the Cycle of Ineffective Research Instruction: Reimagining Information Literacy Collaborations.” Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Indianapolis, March 21, 2014.

Tricia Serviss .Breaking the Cycle of Ineffective Research Instruction: Preparing New Writing Teachers.Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Indianapolis, March 21, 2014.

Sandra Jamieson.The Citation Project: Understanding Undergraduate and Graduate Students’ Source Choices and Uses. Symposia. Writing Research Across Borders International Conference, (International Society for the Advancement of Writing Research). Paris, February 19-22, 2014.

Sandra Jamieson. Source-based writing and critical and analytical thinking in the advanced writing curriculum,” Featured Session: Civic Literacy and Critical Analysis of Source·Based Arguments in the Writing Curriculum. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Las Vegas, March 15, 2013.

Sandra Jamieson. “Retention & Degree Completion: What Does Writing Have To Do With It?” Plenary Address. Connecting Contributions to Learning and Success Conference, Cleveland State University, Cleveland OH. August 14, 2012.

Sandra Jamieson & Rebecca Moore Howard. Keynote Address. “Reading Across the Curriculum: The Implications of Citation Project Research for WAC and WID.” Keynote Address. International Writing cross the Curriculum Conference, Savannah, GA. [website] June 9, 2012.

Tricia Serviss & Sandra Jamieson, Facilitators Post Conference Workshop.  “Enriching the Writing Curriculum Using Findings from the Citation Project: A post-convention workshop on using citation context coding as part of faculty development and assessment ” Georgia Conference on Information Literacy, Coastal Georgia Center, Savannah, GA. [Read more on the Georgia Conference website] September 24, 2012.

Sandra Jamieson.  Keynote Address. “Struggling with Sources: Rethinking the Researched Paper.” Spring Meeting of the Virginia Chapter of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL): “Start at the End: Rethink Your Instruction Based on  Student Bibliographies.”  Sweet Briar College, Florence Easton Inn & Conference Center, Sweet Briar, VA [Website], April 9, 2012.

Sandra Jamieson & Rebecca Moore Howard. Keynote Address CCCC Research Network Forum: “Take a Deep Breath and Jump: Doing Data-Driven Research When You Aren’t Trained in Data-Driven Methods.” CCCC Annual Convention, Full-Day Workshop (presentation in the morning). St. Louis, MO, March 21, 2012.

Kristi Costello. “The Long Arm of Family and Secondary School in College Students’ Researched Writing.”Session: “The Things They Carry: Examining the Transfer of Citation and Research Practices From First Year Writing Programs to Graduate Education.” CCCC Annual Convention, St. Louis, MO, March 24, 2012.

Sara Biggs Chaney. “Citation Knowledge and the Challenge of Transfer: Tracing Source Use Across A First-Year Writing Sequence.” Session: “The Things They Carry: Examining the Transfer of Citation and Research Practices From First Year Writing Programs to Graduate Education.” CCCC Annual Convention, St. Louis, MO, March 24, 2012.

Tricia Serviss. “The Relays of Transfer in Graduate Student Source Use.” Session: “The Things They Carry: Examining the Transfer of Citation and Research Practices From First Year Writing Programs to Graduate Education.” CCCC Annual Convention, St. Louis, MO, March 24, 2012.

Elizabeth Kleinfeld. “Toward Excessive Research: A Writing Center Pedagogy that Responds to Citation Project Findings.” Session: “Consulting with Students about Source-Work: The Citation Project in the Writing Center and the First-Year Writing Class” CCCC Annual Convention, St. Louis, MO, March 23, 2012.

Maya Sanyal. “Academic Writing for International Students: Non-Native Speakers of English in a First-Year Composition Class.” Session: “Consulting with Students about Source-Work: The Citation Project in the Writing Center and the First-Year Writing Class” CCCC Annual Convention, St. Louis, MO, March 23, 2012.

Missy Watson. “Genre-Based Pedagogies and Writing Center Models: A Pilot Writing Course For Multilingual Graduate Students.”  Session: “Consulting with Students about Source-Work: The Citation Project in the Writing Center and the First-Year Writing Class” CCCC Annual Convention, St. Louis, MO, March 23, 2012.

Sandra Jamieson. “Students’ Source Choices: A Statistical Analysis of Researched Papers from Sixteen Institutions.” CCCC Annual Convention, St. Louis, MO, March 22, 2012.

Rebecca Moore Howard. “Pedagogical Causes and Rhetorical Consequences of Students’ Source Choices.” CCCC Annual Convention, St. Louis, MO, March 22, 2012.

Citation Project Team.  Workshop: Understanding Students’ Use of Sources through Collaborative Research “The Citation Project and Beyond.” CCCC Annual Convention,  St. Louis, MO, March 21, 2012.

Sandra Jamieson. “Struggling with Sources: Findings from the Citation Project.” Bloomfield College, NJ. February 7, 2012

Sandra Jamieson. Keynote Address: “Using Citation Project Findings to Develop Effective Research Pedagogy.” Student Success in Writing Conference. Coastal Georgia Center, Savannah, GA. [Website] February 3, 2012

“Struggling with Sources: Collaborative Research on Use and Engagement with Sources: A post-convention workshop” Georgia Conference on Information Literacy Post Conference Presentation and Workshop, Coastal Georgia Center, Savannah, GA, September 24, 2011
Facilitators: Sandra Jamieson & Tricia Serviss.  [Read more on the Georgia Conference website]

Jamieson, Sandra, “A Statistical Profile of 160 Students’ Researched Writing, with Implications for Teaching.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA. April 7, 2011. [See video of presentation]

Howard, Rebecca Moore, “The Background: Why We Need Data-Driven Research to Understand Plagiarism.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA. April 7, 2011. [See video of presentation]

Serviss, Tricia,  “Unveiling the Wizards of Writing Assessment: Methods for Revising the Premises and Practices of Assessment.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA. April 7, 2011.

Fox, Bess,  “Citation Analysis in an Institutional Assessment of Information Literacy: Measuring Student Engagement with Source Material.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA. April 7, 2011.

Kleinfeld, Elizabeth, “Beyond ‘Gotcha’ in the Writing Center: Using Citation Analysis in Tutorials.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA. April 7, 2011.

Barry, Nancy K., “Before Research Went Electronic: How Did Students Use Sources?” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA. April 9, 2011.

MacDonald, W. Brock, “Citation Practices and Disciplinary Acculturation: Learning to Write Research Papers in Geography.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA. April 9, 2011.

Rodrigue, Tanya K., Wheaton College. “Students’ Use of Sources in Classes across the Curriculum.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA. April 9, 2011.

Benedicks, Crystal, “Who Cares?: Academic Integrity Policy and Other Sacred Texts.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA. April 9, 2011.

Watson, Melissa, “Contesting the Scholarship on Plagiarism: An Inquiry into Research Methods and Methodologies.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA. April 9, 2011.

Costello, Kristi, “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell: How FYC Fosters Irresponsible Source Use.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA. April 9, 2011.

Navickas, Kathryn, “Civil Disobedience: How FYC Fosters Civic Irresponsibility.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA. April 9, 2011.

“Understanding Students’ Use of Sources through Collaborative Research.” Georgia Conference on Information Literacy Post Conference Presentation and Workshop, Coastal Georgia Center, Savannah, GA, October 2, 2010
Facilitators: Rebecca Moore Howard, Nicole Chantelle Howell, Sandra Jamieson, Kelly Kinney, Kathryn Navickas, Tricia Serviss, Missy Watson.  [Read more on the Georgia Conference website]

Howard, Rebecca Moore, “From the Surface of Citation to the Depth of Critical Reading: Digging Beneath the Remix.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Louisville, KY, March 19, 2010.

Jamieson, Sandra, “The Use of Source-Based Writing and Source-Use Analysis to Guide Student Placement Decisions.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Louisville, KY, March 20, 2010.

Benedicks, Crystal, “How an Understanding of Student Source-Use Has Shaped Faculty Development and Administrative Practice.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Louisville, KY, March 20, 2010.

Costello, Kristi Murray, “Training New TAs to Teach the Engaged Research Paper.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Louisville, KY, March 20, 2010.

Jamieson, Sandra, “Rearranging the Horse and Cart: Using Citation Analysis for Pedagogical and Curricular Reform of Writing Programs.” Georgia Conference on Information Literacy, September 25, 2009.

Costello, Kristi Murray,  Rebecca Moore Howard, and Kelly Kinney. “The Citation Project: Developing Innovative Curriculum, Pedagogy, and Scholarship from Rhizomatic Research.” Council of Writing Program Administrators, Minneapolis MN, July 18, 2009.

Howard, Rebecca Moore. “Writing from Sources Versus Plagiarism: Setting Instructional Priorities.”
Keynote address, CONNECT Writing Conference, Bridgewater [MA] State College, May 21, 2009.

Howard, Rebecca Moore. “What Counts as Plagiarism, and What Should We Do about It?” Palm Beach Community College, 24 April 2009.

Howard, Rebecca Moore. “What’s Worse than Plagiarism? Reimagining Critical Reading across the Disciplines.” Columbia University, 30 January 2009.

Jamieson, Sandra “Redefining Literacy for the Liberal Arts:  What is it if it isn’t Plagiarism, and what do we do with it?” Wabash University, October 28, 2008.

Rodrigue, Tanya K. “Beyond Citation: Uncovering Student Source Use.” New York, NY: National Council of Teachers of English, November 2007.

Serviss, Tricia C. “Plagiarism Isn’t the Issue: Understanding Student Source Use.” New York, NY: National Council of Teachers of English, November 2007.

Howard, Rebecca Moore. “Behind Citation.” International Students, Academic Writing and Plagiarism Conference, Lancaster University (UK), 6 September 2007.