Rochelle (Shelley) Rodrigo

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Multimedia-to-Learn 6 February 2015

Screen Shot 2015-02-05 at 1.45.37 PMRodrigo, Rochelle. “Moving from Writing-to-Learn to Multimedia-to-Learn: How & Why.” Third annual Scottsdale Community College TechTalks, Scottsdale, AZ. 6 Feb. 2015.

 

eP3: ePortfolio as Praxis, Process, & Production

ePort-memeSession with GenEd Faculty in Department of English

Session with Campus ePortfolio Learning Community 

 

Using Social Media to facilitate #GenEd #Outcomes

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April 8, 2015, 10:00am-12:00pm

 

Can you Digg It? 14 November 2014

ars-grafik-digg-iconBall State University

Presentation: Can You Digg It?: Using Web & Mobile Applications in Teaching Research Processes

Workshop: Facilitating & Teaching 21st Century Research Processes

 

TE@TYC in the 21st Century 25 October 2014

Conference Presentation

Rodrigo, Rochelle. “Times Are a Changin’: TE@TYC in the 21st Century.” Annual conference of TYCA-NorthEast, Baltimore, MD. 25 Oct. 2014.

Creative Commons licensed image posted at Flickr by Alexandre Duret-Lutz

Introduction to Hacker Pedagogy 11 Oct. 2014

Rodrigo, Rochelle. “Introduction to Hacker Pedagogy.” Annual conference of the Virginia Association of Teachers of English, Williamsburg, VA. 11 Oct. 2014.

Creative Commons licensed image “Hacker” posted at Flickr by mikael altemark

 

Converting to Multimodal Assignments 9 Oct. 2014

Rodrigo, Rochelle. “Converting to Multimodal Assignments: Design, Delivery, & Assessment.” Session at the Cengage 2014 TeamUp English Composition Conference. Atlanta, GA. 9 Oct. 2014.

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Rhetoric, Research, & FYC 18 & 20 Aug. 2014

Professional Development Presentation

Research-Process-Methods-smrODU Writing Program Fall 2014 Orientation

Monday August 18, 2014

Wednesday August 20, 2014

 

Actors & Allies 18 July 2014

Conference Presentation

Rodrigo, Rochelle, and Julia Romberger. “Actors and Allies: The English Techie Evolves.” Annual Conference of the Council of Writing Program Administrators, Normal, IL, 18 July 2014. (50%)

Learning-to-Learn 21 May 2014

Conference Presentation

Rodrigo, Rochelle, Matt Beale, and Megan McKittrick. “Learning-to-Learn: There’s a Game for That.” Annual Old Dominion University Teaching and Learning Summer Institute, Norfolk, VA, 21 May 2014. (33%)

Digital Legos as Learning 21 May 2014

Conference Workshop

Romberger, Julia and Rochelle Rodrigo. “Digital Legos as Learning: Collaboratively Building Transparent Learning Experiences.” Annual Old Dominion University Teaching and Learning Institute, Norfolk, VA, 21 May 2014. (50%)

Workshop Handout

Monarch Think Tank 19 May 2014

Poster Presentation

Rodrigo, Rochelle, and David Metzger. “Monarch Think Tank: Scaffolded Undergraduate Research.” Longwood’s Annual Teaching & Learning Institute. Longwood University, Farmville, VA. 19 May 2014.

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Resident Feminist 2 May 2014

Conference Presentation

Rodrigo, Rochelle. “Resident Feminist: Alice in the Wonderland of So-Lo-Mo Learning.” Bi-annual Gender, Bodies & Technology Conference, Blackburg, VA, 2 May 2014.

Multimodal Composition on Mobile Devices 19 March 2014

Conference Workshop

Rodrigo, Rochelle, Beth Bensen-Barber, Jennifer Buckner, Megan Mize, Kris Purzycki, Elaine Jolayemi, and Danielle Roney Roach. “Multimodal Composition on Mobile Devices.” Annual Conference on College Composition and Communication. Indianapolis, IN. 19 March 2014. (20%)

The Persistence of False Dichotomies 7 Feb. 2014

Invited Presentation

Miller-Cochran, Susan, and Rochelle (Shelley) Rodrigo. “The Persistence of False Dichotomies: Rethinking Approaches to Teaching and Tutoring Research Based Writing.” Session at the Annual Southeastern Writing Center Association Conference. East Carolina University, Greenville, NC. 7 Feb. 2014. (50%)

ODU Learns 16 October 2013

Poster Presentation

Rodrigo, Rochelle, Marissa Jimenez, and Melanie Barker. “ODU Learns: A Collaborative Social Media Experiment with Various Student Academic Support Services.” Annual EDUCAUSE Conference. Anaheim, CA. 16 October 2013.

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Open Source Education

Email Interview

Rodrigo, Rochelle (Shelley). “Open Source Education.” Email interview for the Quest: Trends, Teachers & Tips in Quest Based Learning newsletter. October 2013.

Lost and Found in a Wonderland of Mobile Learning

Conference Workshop

Rodrigo, Rochelle, Megan Mize, and Sarah Spangler. “Lost and Found in a Wonderland of Mobile Learning.” Bi-annual ISSoTL Conference. Raleigh, NC. 2 October 2013. (66%)

Rodrigo, Rochelle, Kris Purzycki, and Laura Ballard. “Lost and Found in a Wonderland of Mobile Learning.” Annual EDUCAUSE Conference. Denver, CO. 6 November 2012. (66%)

Bensen-Barber, Beth, Jennifer Buckner, Cheri Lemieux Spiegel, Catrina Mitchum, Sarah Spangler, and Shelley Rodrigo. “Lost and Found in a Wonderland of Mobile Learning.” Annual Computers and Writing Conference, Raleigh, NC. 17 May 2012. (50%)

Rodrigo, Rochelle and Laura Ballard. “Lost and Found in a Wonderland of Mobile Learning.” Annual Innovations Conference hosted by the League for Innovations in the Community College. Philadelphia, PA. 4 March 2012. (66%)

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Digging 21st Century Research 16 Aug. 2013

Invited Presentation

307f13Rodrigo, Rochelle. “Digging 21st Century Research.” Keynote session at the First Year Writing Program Workshop at Saginaw Valley State University. University Center, MI. 16 August, 2013.

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Do your students start any research project with a Google and/or Wikipedia? Admit it, sometimes even you do… In this workshop we’ll explore how as much as it feels like digital technologies haveradically changed the research process, it’s also a case of the more things change the more they stay the same.

Slicing & Dicing 8 June 2013

Conference Presentation

Henthorn, Jamie and Rochelle Rodrigo. “Slicing and Dicing: Using Video Editing Software to Teach Film.” Annual Computers and Writing Conference, Frostburg, MD, 8 June 2013. (50%)

Technologically Savvy English Faculty 7 June 2013

Conference presentation

Romberger, Julia and Rochelle Rodrigo. “Technologically Savvy English Faculty and Invisible Institutional Service.” Annual Computers and Writing Conference, Frostburg, MD, 7 June 2013. (50%)

Presentation/Handout

A Perspective on the 2013 Master’s Degree Consortium Survey from TYCA

MADegreeConsortiumRodrigo, Rochelle. “A Perspective on the 2013 Master’s Degree Consortium Survey from the Two-Year College Association (TYCA).” Annual meeting of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Las Vegas, NV. 16 March 2013.

PinPoint Your Learning 16 March 2013

Conference Presentation

Rodrigo, Rochelle and Catrina Mitchum. “PinPoint Your Learning: Game Design for Better Conference Engagement” Annual meeting of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Las Vegas, NV. 16 March 2013. (50%)

PinPoint Learning 12 March 2013

Conference Presentation

Rodrigo, Rochelle and Laura Ballard. “PinPoint Learning: Gamifying Learning and Professional Development.” Annual Innovations Conference of The League for Innovations in the Community College, Dallas, TX. 12 March 2013. (66%)

Using the Framework for Success 1 March 2013

Conference Presentation

TYCASE_logoRodrigo, Rochelle and Susan K. Miller. “Using the Framework for Success in the Postsecondary Writing in the Classroom: Why and How.” Annual meeting of TYCA-SE, Greenville, SC. 1 March 2013. (50%)

Composing Your Dreams 17 Nov. 2012

Conference Presentation

Rodrigo, Rochelle. “Composing Your Dreams: Multimedia Production on Mobile Devices.” Annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English, Las Vegas, NV. 17 November 2012.

Writing on the Go 17 Sept. 2012

Invited Presentation

Rodrigo, Rochelle. “Writing on the Go: the What, Why & How.” Keynote session at the annual meeting of the Carolinas Writing Program Administrators. Little Switzerland, NC. 17 September, 2012.

Link to Power Point Presentation

The Digital Identity of CWPA 21 July 2012

Conference Presentation

Lowe, Charlie, Barry Maid, Sherry Rankins-Robertson, and Shelley Rodrigo (presented virtually). “The Digital Identity of CWPA.” Annual meeting of the Council of Writing Program Administrators, Albuquerque, NM. 21 July 2012. (25%)

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Multimedia Composing, QEP and WID 8 June 2012

Conference Presentation

Rodrigo, Rochelle. “Multimedia Composing, QEP and WID.” Bi-annual International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference, Savannah, GA. 8 June 2012.

Creative Multimedia Note Taking Strategies 23 May 2012

Conference Workshop

Rodrigo, Rochelle. “Creative Multimedia Note Taking Strategies.” Annual meeting Faculty Summer Institute at Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA. 23 May, 2012.

Instead of assuming that your students are taking notes while reading for class, assign various low-stake, multimedia, write-to-learn note taking activities. Asking students to creatively take “notes” about the course content will motivate them to spend more time with the course content as well as make meaningful, individualized, connections to the course materials.