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1. “Teaching Writing in the Second Language Classroom in the Middle East." English Department, Lee University, Cleveland, Tennessee, USA, from 2012 to 2015.
2. “Chinese Literature and Culture." English Department, Central Michigan University, 2003.
3. “Visual Rhetoric: From Reading to Writing Images." Department of Languages, Zayed University, Dubai and Abu Dhabi, November 2010.
1. “Using Collaborative Strategic Reading in Language and Non-language Classrooms at Zayed University.”Co-presented with Dr. Mary Jane Curry at University College Seminar, Zayed University, Dubai, UAE. February, 2012.
2. “Virtual Mediated Second Language Writing." Paper Co-presented with Dr. Shuozhao Hou and Dr. Marielle Patronize at AILA – World English Congress. Beijing, China. August 22, 2012.
3. “Virtual Mediated Second Language Writing-A linguistic, cognitive and Rhetoric Perspective." University College Seminar, Zayed University, Dubai, April, 2011.
4. “Virtual Mediated Second Language Writing-A Survey Study from 1992 to 2010." Paper Presented with Shuozhao Hou at Computer and Writing, 2010. West Lafayette, IN, USA, May, 2010.
5. “Spirituality and English Language Teaching – A Christian Exploration.”TESOL CAUCUS – Christian English Language Teachers (CELT). Seattle, March, 2007.
6. “Spirituality in Second Language Acquisition.”Association Internationale De Linguistique Appliquee (AILA), Madison, Wisconsin. July, 2005.
7. “Spirituality and Second Language Acquisition: Is There a Connection?”Hawaii International Conference on Arts, January, 2005.
8. “Technology as a Cultural Bridge between NNES Composition Instructors and their NES students.”CCCC, San Antonio, Texas, March, 2004.
9. “The Computer Network as Instrument, Medium, and Message in the Twentyfirst Century ESL Classroom.”Coauthor: Brita Banitz and Andy Morotta. Computers and Writing, West Lafayette, Indiana, May, 2003.
10. “Tutors at Work: NNES Communicative Strategies and Perceptions of ESL.”Coauthor: Dr. Mary Ann K. Crawford and Rich Forest. American Association of Applied Linguistics, Salt Lake City, April 2002.
11. "Focus on Form in the ESL classroom -- A longitudinal Study.”Students Research Exhibition Forum, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, April 2002.
12. "ESL Tutors Working at the Writing Center: Advantages and Disadvantages.”East Central Writing Center Conferences at Kent State University, Stark, Ohio, April 2002.
13. "To the Writing Center: Who Comes, Who does not and Why? -- An Investigation of the International Students at Central Michigan University.” National Peers Tutoring Conference at Allentown, Pennsylvania, November 2001.
14. "A Comparative Study of Plagiarism in Chinese and English." East Central Writing Center Conference at Denison University, Granville, Ohio, March 2001.
15.“Cross-cultural Analyses of the Learning Strategies in Language Classroom." The 7th International Cross-cultural Communication Conference at University of Louisville, Kentucky, July 1999.