Presentations

National and International Presentations
Damasceno, C.S. (Forthcoming).The Challenges of Promoting Participation in a Massive Scale: A Visual Analysis of the Roles of Experts and Novices in Promotional Videos for MOOCs. Paper presented at the National Communication Association. Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Damasceno, C.S. (2016, March 23). The Role of Novices and Experts in Promotional Videos for MOOCs. Poster presented at North Carolina State University Graduate Research Symposium, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Damasceno, C. S. (2016, March 3). Creating an Open Education Toolkit from Ethnographic Data. Participation in the Graduate Research Workshop at the Collaborations, Humanities, Art, Technology (CHAT) Festival, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Damasceno, C.S. (2015, November 19). Debating, Sharing, Producing: Communicative Opportunities and Challenges in Peer-to-Peer University. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Damasceno, C.S. & Maldonado, M. (2015, May 29). A Data Exploratory Analysis of Online Peer-learning: Clusters and Communicative Practices in P2P University. Presentation at the Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC) Conference, Lansing, Michigan.

Damasceno, C. S. & Maldonado, M. (2015, May 8). When Novices Become Experts: A Cross-media Approach to Practices of Communication, Content, and Sources of Knowledge in the Peer-to-Peer University. Presentation at Users Across Media Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Damasceno, C.S. (2015, May 28). Techno-teaching Philosophy. Workshop facilitated in collaboration with J. J. Sylvia IV and Jason Buel at the Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC) Conference, Lansing, Michigan.

Damasceno, C. S., Baker-Whitaker; Sylvia, J. J. (2015, March 21). Give Me Hope, a Pencil, and a Phone: What Students Can Teach Instructors about Creativity. Presentation at the Born Digital: Reformatting the Humanities in the 21st Century Graduate Research Symposium, Miami, Florida.

Damasceno, C. S. (2015, February 27). Creativity in Open Learning Environments. Poster presented at the Latin American Student Association Symposium, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Damasceno, C. S. (2014, March 6). Theories, Methods, and Practices for Open Learning and Teaching. Panel organized by Cathy Davidson at the Digital Media and Learning Conference, Boston, Massachusetts.

Damasceno, C. S. (2013, November 24). Risky Business? Choices and Consequences of Addressing Race, Sex, Class, and Privilege in Pedagogical Settings. Performance organized by Deanna P. Dannels at the Southern State Communication Association Conference, Louisville, Kentucky.

Damasceno, C. S. (2012, October 19). Multiscalar Communication and Social Space: A Progress Report on the Concepción Transnacional Ethnographic Project. Panel organized by Stephen Wiley at the UC-ICA Latin American Conference, Santiago, Chile.

Damasceno, C. S. (2012, March). Horizons of Mobility: Globalization and Sense of Place in Concepción, Chile. Panel organized by Stephen Wiley at the International Conference of the Pan-American Mobilities Network and the Cosmobilities Network, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Invited Talks
Damasceno, C. S. (2014, October 3). Understanding Qualitative Research and Methods. Talk given at a FLE 101 course at NCSU, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Damasceno, C. S. & Pitts, E. (2014, September 29) My experience with MOOCs. Presentation at Campus Writing & Speaking Program Brown Bag Lunch Series, Raleigh, North Carolina.