2009 (Mar 19-21): "The Shakespeare XML Project."
The Fifty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the RSA
(Renaissance Society of America).
Los Angeles, CA. Refereed
2008 (Jan 19): "How to Make Your Website Friendly." Invited speaker at
The Canadian Institute. Sponsored by
and conducted under the auspices of
The Canadian Public Relations Society
, Inc.. Toronto, Ontario.
2007 (June 13): Keynote speaker: “Why Students Cheat” at Niagara College in Welland, and again (May 4) at
Lambton College in Sarnia. And again on 2006 (June 8): at the Stepping Into Your Future conference for all the community colleges of southwestern Ontario.
Hosted by Lambton College, Sarnia. Refereed
2005 (June 6): Panel Moderator: at
A Weekend with Dracula
(Toronto). (Symposium of the Transylvanian, Society of Dracula, University of Toronto). Today’s Fictional Vampire: Tiger or Pussy-cat?
Chair: Peter Paolucci, (York University, Toronto). Panelists: Chelsea Quinn Yarbro (novelist, Berkeley CA), Nancy Baker (novelist, Toronto), Anne Fraser
(library technician, U of Toronto), Norma Rowen (York University), Robert Knowlton (independent scholar, Toronto), Suzy McKee Charnas (novelist).
2004 (June 17):
"WHY diVeRSItY IS IMPOSSIBLE with our Current Learning Technologies," for the STLHE (Society of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education)
24th annual conference
"Experiencing the Richness of the University Mosaic: from Diversity to Individuality." Hosted by the University of Ottawa.
Archived at http://www.yorku.ca/paolucci/stlhe/ and at http://www.uottawa.ca/services/tlss/stlhe2004/pages/concurrent/1_16a.htm.
2004 (April 1):
"UNDESIRABLE SYNERGY: Academic Dishonesty and the Tyranny Of Conformity" delivered to Niagara College, Welland Campus and again on 2004 (June 3),
to The Region of Southwest Ontario Community Colleges Summer Teaching Workshops
in Ridgetown, Ontario. Refereed
2003 (Jan 24) and again 2003 (Feb 17 – 18):
"Digital Architecture: Imaginative Pedagogy for Educators"
SAEA - Service d’appui à l’enseignement et à l’apprentissage, TLSS - Teaching and Learning Support Service, The University of Ottawa.
2003 (May 1):
Invited speaker and workshop leader. "Basic Videoconferencing and The Pedagogy of Videoconferencing for Field Work."
Sixteenth Annual TSS (Teaching Support Services) / University of Guelph. Conference title: "New Teaching Tools and Learning Environments."
2002 (March 21): Invited speaker: “Digital Architecture: Imaginative Pedagogy for Educators.” Trent University.
2002 (May 15):
Invited speaker. "The Failure of Educators to Humanize Learning: Plagiarism, Discrimination and Accessibility as Cultural Problems in Online Learning."
First Annual Forum on Teaching and Learning,
Carleton / University of Ottawa. Refereed
2000 (Oct 3-4): "Synchronous and Asynchronous Learning in Synergy."
Canadian National E-Learning Workshop (Canarie)
. The Metropolitan Hotel Toronto, Ontario.
With Dr. Christian Blanchette, University of Ottawa. Refereed