Stewart, B. (2023). Preserving the participatory: Digital empowerment in an age of AI. Keynote, eCampus Ontario’s Technology + Education + Seminar + Showcase (TESS) 2023, November 2023, Toronto, ON

Stewart, B. (2023). Critical data literacy research: What beginners need to know. TEL Researchers at Lancaster (and Friends) Webinar Series, Lancaster University, April 2023, Lancaster, UK (online)

Alcena, C., Mitchell, J., & Stewart, B. (2022). Past, present, & future of teaching & learning. Plenary panel, Innovations in Education Conference, MacPherson Institute, McMaster University, December 2022, Hamilton, ON

Berman, M., Clarke-Gray, B., Gilliard, G., Scott, A.M., Station, G., & Stewart, B. (2022). Student data: Ethics, privacy, & usage. Plenary panel, Professional Development series, California State University Monterey Bay, December 2022, Monterey, California (online)

Doyle, T., Paterson, J., Rempel, M., & Stewart, B. (2022). Teaching and Learning in a Time of Uncertainty: Challenging the New Normal. Plenary panel, 2022 Learning Outcomes Symposium, October 2022, Toronto, ON

Stewart, B. (2022). How do we teach now? A provocation. Keynote, Digital Learning Symposium 2022 (#DLSymp22), April 2022, Vancouver, BC (online)

Stewart, B. (2022). Digital classroom tools & data risks: What educators need to know. Keynote, University of Michigan Digital Education Day, February 2022, Dearborn, MI (online)

Stewart, B. (2022). The future of learning? Blended and online learning developments and their implications for universities. Brock University Board of Trustees Development Day, January 2022, St. Catharine’s, ON (online)

Stewart, B. (2021). Why higher ed needs data ethics. Keynote, Spokane Community College Professional Development Series, November 2021, Spokane, Washington (online)

Irvine, V., Stewart, B., & Veletsianos, G. (2021). Pandemic reflections on the OTESSA conference themes. Plenary panel, Open/Technology in Education, Society, and Scholarship (#OTESSA21), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, May 2021, Edmonton, AB (online)

Cormier, D. & Stewart, B. (2021). Beyond crisis: Envisioning online education for 2021++. Teaching & Learning Without Walls Teaching Practices Colloquium, Thompson Rivers University, February 2021, Kamloops, BC (online)

Stewart, B. (2021). Teaching in 2021: Where to now? Staff Professional Development Day, Australian College of the Arts (Collarts), January 2021, Melbourne, Australia (online)

Stewart, B. (2020). Community building in online courses. CoLab Professional Development Series, Plymouth State University, December 2020, Plymouth, NH (online)

Cormier, D. & Stewart, B. (2020). Remote delivery: Challenges & opportunities & what we need to know. Annual Atlantic Deans of Arts Meeting, November 2020, Charlottetown, PE (online)

Stewart, B. (2020). Data literacies for digital pedagogy: What we need to know now. Kwantlen Polytechnic University Critical Digital Pedagogy Webinar Series, November 2020, Richmond, BC (online)

Fitzpatrick, L., O Suilleabhain, G., & Stewart, B. (2020). Data literacy, privacy, and protection in higher education: From INDEx findings to practice. National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning in Higher Education, October 2020, Galway, Ireland (online)

Skidmore, J., Stewart, B., & Wabano, M. (2020). Learning outcomes and assessment in the context of the COVID-19 health crisis. Ontario Universities Council on Quality Assurance Virtual Learning Outcomes Symposium, October 2020, Toronto, ON (online)

Cormier, D. & Stewart, B. (2020). Teaching online: Practices & strategies for meaningful engagement. Holland College Professional Development Day, October 2020, Charlottetown, PE (online)

Cachia, C., O’Neil Green, D., Stewart, B., & Treviranus, J. (2020). Education in the time of COVID.  Curiosity Series: Science Discovery Zone, Ryerson University, September 2020, Toronto, ON (online)

Cormier, D. & Stewart, B. (2020). Crisis & care. Keynote, Annual Association for Learning Technology Conference (ALT) Summer Summit, August 2020, London, UK (online)

Campbell, C., Farhadi, B., & Stewart, B. (2020). Synchronous learning: What does the research say? Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) Summer Institute 2020, August 2020, Toronto, ON (online)

Stewart, B. (2020). Community online. Digital Learning Institute, Davidson College, July 2020, Davidson, NC (online)

Cormier, D. & Stewart, B. (2020). Simple, equitable, engaging: A framework for online teaching. Keynote, Teaching Community Conference, University of Prince Edward Island, May 2020, Charlottetown, PE (online)

Stewart, B. (2020). Digital pedagogy 2020: How do we design learning engagement? Keynote, Michigan Canvas Users Association Conference, Lawrence Technological University, March 2020, Detroit, MI

Stewart, B. (2020). Open, inclusive pedagogy: Sound + vision. Keynote, 2020 Vision – Professional Development Days, Lansing Community College, January 2020, Lansing, MI

Stewart, B. (2019). The prosocial web: Why open digital practices matter. Universitat Oberta de Catalunya Visiting Fellowship Research Presentation, December 2019, Barcelona, Spain

Stewart, B. (2019). Open for whom? At the intersection of UDL and open practice. Keynote, Third Pan-Canadian Conference on Universal Design for Learning, October 2019, Victoria, BC

Stewart, B. (2019). How NOT to do digital: Inclusive pedagogy for college classrooms. Keynote, St. Clair College Faculty Retreat, June 2019, Windsor, ON

Stewart, B. (2019). Digital pedagogy in an age of algorithms: What do we DO about data? Keynote, THATCamp@X, April 2019, Antigonish, NS

Stewart, B. (2019). Bringing the web back: The digital literacies we need right nowKeynote, Digital Literacies Symposium, Virginia Tech, April 2019, Blacksburg, VA

Stewart, B. (2019). Open practice: Cheers & challenges for connected scholarship. KeynoteImplementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) 2019: Understanding & Enacting Open Scholarship, January 2019, Victoria, BC

Stewart, B. (2018). Building an online community of learners. Middlebury College Professional Development session, December 2018, Middlebury, VT (online)

Stewart, B. (2018). Digital conversations: Experiential approaches to digital teaching and learning. TeachXperts, Northwestern University, November 2018, Chicago, IL

Doran, G., Evans, G., Ngo, T., Stewart, B. (2018). The future of work in a technological age. Plenary panel, University of Prince Edward Island Professional Development session, November 2018, Charlottetown, PE (online)

Stewart, B. (2018). Scholarship as system: Digital impacts on academic practice. KeynoteEMENA-ISTL 2018 2nd International Conference of Europe, Middle East & North Africa Information Systems & Technologies to Support Learning, October 2018, Fes, Morocco (online)

Stewart, B. (2018). Connected pedagogies: Towards democratic participation in a time of polarization. KeynoteManitoba Association for Distributed Learning and Training (MADLaT) 2018, May 2018, Winnipeg, MB

Stewart, B. (2018). The collaboration effect: Patterns of open data. KeynoteLinEdu Showcase, BETT Show, January 2018, London, UK

Stewart, B. (2017).  Learning in the open: Teaching with social media (& avoiding disaster). Davidson College Professional Development session, November 2017, Davidson, NC

Stewart, B. (2017). The new norm(al)? Confronting what open means for higher education
Keynote24th Annual Association for Learning Technology Conference (ALT), September 2017, Liverpool, UK

Lynds, D. & Stewart, B. (2017). Gretzky is everywhere: How pop art and digital culture intertwine. Confederation Centre Art Gallery ArtTalk series, September 2017, Charlottetown, PE

Stewart, B. (2017). The state of digital pedagogy: Where networks & institutions intersect. KeynoteDigital Pedagogy Institute, August 2017. Brock University, St. Catharine’s, ON

Stewart, B. (2017). Digital identities: Leading in the open. Keynote, Keene State College Open Education Series, April 2017, Keene State College, Keene, NH

Stewart, B. (2016). Academic Twitter: Influence & community in collapsed publics. University of Manitoba Medical Education Faculty session, December 2016, Winnipeg, MB (online)

Stewart, B. & Veletsianos, G. (2016). The open dissertation and the open researcher: What can online scholarship offer to researchers? European University Institute, December 2016, Florence, Italy

Barrett, N., Mollett, A., Porcaro, G., Stewart, B., Veletsianos, G. (2016). Online tools for academic practice: Opportunities and drawbacks. Plenary panel, Shaking the Brick & Mortar: Moving Higher Education Online. European University Institute, December 2016, Florence, Italy

Stewart, B. (2016). Digital leadership: A primer for open academics. KeynoteDigital Learning Innovators Program, LaTrobe University, October 2016, Melbourne, Australia

Stewart, B. (2016). Twitter as scholarship: How not to get fired (much). Professional Development session, LaTrobe University, October 2016, Melbourne, Australia

Cormier, D. & Stewart, B. (2016). Connecting beyond content: The impact of the digital on higher ed. Keynote#T3: Transformative Teaching Through Technology, June 2016, St. Norbert College, DePere, WI

Stewart, B. (2016). Beyond the institution: Networked professionals and digital engagement in higher education. KeynoteCanadian Association of Professsional Academic Librarians (CAPAL), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, May 2016, Calgary, AB

Cormier, D. & Stewart, B. (2016). Education on the open web: Teacher education, K-12 education, and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Association of Canadian Deans of Education (ACDE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, May 2016, Calgary, AB

Stewart, B. (2016). Excellence and the wild rumpus: What networks mean for higher education. KeynoteInnovate 2016, May 2016, Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio

Stewart, B. (2016). Scholarly networks: Friend or foe or risky fray? KeynoteDigital Pedagogy Lab Cairo, March 2016, American University of Cairo, Cairo, Egypt

Stewart, B. (2016). Education in abundance: Network learning and literacies. KeynoteeLearning 2016, February 2016, Scottsdale, AZ

Stewart, B. (2016). Innovating ourselves: Digital identities / digital publics. Open forum, Mount Allison University, February 2016, Sackville NB

Stewart, B. (2016). Academic Twitter: The intersection of orality & literacy in scholarship? 
NetworkED Seminar Series, January 2016, London School of Economics, London, UK


Cormier, D. & Stewart, B. (2015). Connecting beyond content. Keynote5th Canada Moodle Moot, October 2015, Montreal, PQ

Stewart, B. (2015). Becoming a networked scholar. UPEI Multidisciplinary Graduate Research Conference, August 2015, University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PE

Stewart, B. (2015). Education: Presence, influence, & identity. Keynote13th Annual MEITAL Conference (Inter-University Center for E-Learning), June 2015, Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel

Stewart, B. (2015). Beyond alt-metrics: Identities and influence online. 8th Annual Emerging Technologies for Online Learning Annual Symposium, April 2015, Dallas, TX

Collier, A., Filreis, A., Morris, S.M., Olds, K., Stewart, B. (2014). Learning Communities, Interactivity, and Collaboration in MOOCs. Plenary panel, Building Massive Open Online Communities: A day of discussion, University of Wisconsin, November 2014, Madison, WI

Stewart, B. (2014). Will the kids be alright? Making sense of social media. KeynoteEngaging youth: Let the dialogue begin, Canadian Mental Health Association, October 2014, Saint John, NB

Edelson, D., Long, S., Stewart, B., Washington, D. (2014). From MOOCs to mobile: Building technology literacies for advancing environmental education. Plenary panel, 43rd Conference of the North American Association for Environmental Education, October 2014, Ottawa, ON

Stewart, B. (2014). Social media: Making sense of signals. KeynoteChanging Tides: Social Media, Campus Culture, Higher Ed, AUCUSS Conference, June 2014, Halifax, NS

Stewart, B. (2014) Identity online: Working in – and on – networks. KeynotePEI Women’s Business Network Symposium, May 2014, Charlottetown PE

Stewart, B. (2014). Networked scholars and authentic influence, Keynote, #E-learningEd, April 2014, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK

Collier, A., Joosten, T. & Stewart, B. (2013). What’s next? After the MOOC hype. Plenary panel, MOOC Research Initiative Conference, December 2013, Arlington TX

Stewart, B. (2013). Networked learners and educators: Who are we now that we’re online? Edmedia 2013, June 2013, Victoria BC

Stewart, B. (2013). A connected legacy: Building a Canada 150 community. 2017 Starts Now, May 2013, Charlottetown PE

Cormier, D. & Stewart, B. (2013). MOOCs, Rhizomes, and Networks: Information Literacies in a Time of Complexity and Abundance, Keynote, WILU Conference, Synchronicity: The Time is Now, May 2013, Fredericton NB

Stewart, B. (2013). Who are we now that we’re online? Connected Learners, Connected Educators. CONNECT 2013, May 2013, Niagara Falls ON

Stewart, B. (2012). Who are we when we’re online? How self works in a digital medium. KeynoteBlissdom Canada Social Media Conference, October 2012, Toronto ON

Stewart, B. (2012). Massive Open Online Courses and the new game of higher education
Graduate Research Day, June 2012, University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown PE

Cormier, D. & Stewart, B. (2011). Emerging trends in digital identity and community. APACUE Spring Forum, May 2011, Charlottetown PE

Cormier, D. & Stewart, B. (2023). Confronting uncertainty: A critical collaboration exploring AI in higher education. 16th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, November 2023, Seville, Spain

Stewart, B. & Lubrick, M. (2019). Building The Open Page: OER as textbook in a blended service learning class. eCampus Ontario’s Technology + Education + Seminar + Showcase (TESS) 2019, November 2019, Toronto, ON

Johnston, S., Paty, O., Stewart, B., & Tieu, A. (2019). The teaching tool parade: A participatory teaching and learning project. Campus Connected, May 2019, London, ON

Cormier, D. & Stewart, B. (2019). Dealing with the digital: How can we bring the web back from the brink? Crucial Conversations Teaching & Learning Conference, University of Windsor, May 2019, Windsor, ON

Cormier, D., Phipps, L., & Stewart, B. (2019). The participatory open: Can we build a pro-social / pro-societal web? #OER19, April 2019, Galway, Ireland

Montero-Colbert, A., Richard, S., Sadler, A., & Stewart, B. (2018). Hacking EdX: Examining “Open” in a Massive Open Online Course. Open Ed 2018, October 2018, Niagara Falls, NY

Stewart, B. (2017). Practice what you teach: UDL and communities of practice in adult education. 2nd Pan-Canadian Conference on Universal Design for Learning (UDL), May 2017, Charlottetown, PE

Becker, J., Gogia, L., Stewart, B. (2016). Opening the Dissertation: Exploring the public thesis spectrum. Open Ed 2016, November 2016, Richmond, VA

Bowles, K., Collier, A., Cormier, D., Eshleman, K., Gogia, L., Stewart, B. (2016). Floating in a sea of data: Why higher ed needs #SoNAR. Open Ed 2016, November 2016, Richmond, VA

Stewart, B.
(2016). Open research and engagement. Open Appetizers: What Open Can Do for Higher Ed, October 2016, Charlottetown PE

Stewart, B. (2016). Getting past preaching to the choir: #ed1to1 as a model for scaffolding meaningful networked participation. COHERE16, October 2016, Sydney NS

Hogue, R., Knott, J., Pasquini, L., Singh, S., & Stewart, B. (2015). More than just a follower: How is academia being influenced by online communities of practice and networked scholarship? Social Media & Society 15, July 2015, Toronto, ON

Bali, M., Bartoletti, R., Collier, A., Forsythe, G., Kilgore, W., Seitzinger, J., & Stewart, B. (2015). The messy session on messy learning. 8th Annual Emerging Technologies for Online Learning Annual Symposium, April 2015, Dallas, TX

Stewart, B. (2014). Reading each other in networks: Perspectives on profiles & influence. Social Media & Society 14, September 2014, Toronto, ON

Greenhow, C., Gruzd, A., Kimmons, R., Stewart, B., & Veletsianos, G. (2014). Networked participatory scholarship: Empirical perspectives on scholars’ use of social media. Social Media & Society 14, September 2014, Toronto, ON

Stewart, B. (2014). How do we know who we are when we’re online?: Reputation, identity, and influence in scholarly networks. Networked Learning Conference 2014, April 2014, Edinburgh UK.

Stewart, B. (2014). Exploring networked scholarly identities and influence. Networked Learning Doctoral Symposium, April 2014, Edinburgh, UK

Stewart, B. (2013). Networked identities vs. institutional identities. Social Media & Society 2013, September 2013, Halifax NS.

Fullick, M., Kays, T., Singh, S. & Stewart, B. (2013). Cohorts without borders: New doctoral subjects. HASTAC 2013 – The Decennial: The Storm of Progress, April 2013, Toronto, ON

Stewart, B. (2013). MOOCs are not the enemy: Networked, non-imperialist MOOC models, Theorizing the Web 2013, March 2013, New York NY

Stewart, B. (2013). Learning in the open: Networked learner identities. UPEI Difficult Dialogues Conference: Exploring Relationships Between Identities and Power, February 2013, Charlottetown PE

Stewart, B. (2012). Beyond the walls of the academy: Massive Open Online Courses and the new game of higher education. Society for Digital Humanities, Congress 2012, May 2012, Waterloo, ON

Esseghaier, Z., Lorway, V., & Stewart, B. (2011). Issues of identity in education: Bridging theory and practice, Atlantic Educators’ Conference, October 2011, Moncton, NB

Stewart, B. (2011). Social media identities: Practices, platforms, and performativity. Centre for Educational Research Symposium, UPEI, October 2011, Charlottetown, PE

Stewart, B. (2011). The branded self: Cyborg subjectivities and social media, Theorizing the Web 2011, April 2011, College Park MD

Cormier, D. & Stewart, B. (2010). Life in the open: 21st century teaching and learning, Association of Atlantic Universities Teaching Showcase, UPEI Sept. 2010, Charlottetown, PE

Stewart, B. (2010). How NOT to do a social media project, Education Research Forum: Research With/In Communities, UPEI, April 2010, Charlottetown, PE

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