Conferences & Workshops


The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: WhatTeacher Educators Should Know about AI

March 30-31 2023 at IACTE 2023


Inclusive linguistic content and localized cultural representation of marginalized communities, the OER approach

October, 28-29 2022 at Cornell University (The Consortium for Language Teaching and Learning)

Can-Do Statements, creating a free, self-assessment tool to facilitate language assessment of a big language program and to help students become lifelong learners of a language.

March, 9-11 2023 at CSTFL

Communicative and Engaging Strategies for Online Teaching

September, 30 2022 at IWLA with Rachel Klevar

Semillas, Rise to Action

October, 17-18 2022 at Open Education Conference

Spanish Meets OER. The Ups and Downs of Creating Spanish Intermediate Textbooks for the Professions

April 2021 at IOWA OER

Summer Institute Liaison at ILiADS (Institute for Liberal Arts Digital Scholarship)

June 10-15 2018 at Occidental College, California, USA

Realidad virtual, una herramienta para reducir la distancia social y facilitar la adquisición de una segunda lengua en el extranjero

July 5-7, 2017 at III Congreso de Literatura, Lengua y Traducción “liLETRAd” Sevilla, SPAIN

Using Virtual Reality to Meet Language Learner Needs (Half day workshop)

May 16, 2017 at CALICO 2017 Flagstaff, AZ

Structural components, significance to second language acquisition, and categorization of study abroad: transforming the experience from a student perspective. (With Justin Morgan)

February 17-18, 2017 – at The University of Alabama Languages Conference

Don’t hide your smartphone! Someone in Buenos Aires is waiting for you.  (Student Papers Winners of the Dr. Richard (Dick) Millett Award)

October 13-15, 2016 - at MALAS 66th Annual Conference in St. Louis, MO

The Spanish influence over the dialect spoken in Southern Italy.

February 12-13, 2016 - at The University of Alabama Languages Conference