Conferences

Selected Invited Addresses

Hibbert, K. (2017). Literacy Curriculum as Social Practice. Keynote Address, 3rd National Conference on Developing English Reading Literacy, Centre for Foreign Language Education and Teacher Education, School of Foreign Languages and Literature, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China.

Hibbert, K., (2015). 'Radiation' Leading Education Change After Fukushima, Fukushima, Japan, 29 June- 1 July, 2015.

Hibbert, K. (2014). Radiation, health and society: The way forward. Workshop series, Fukushima Medical University, Fukushima, Japan, Dec. 1-5.

Hibbert, K. and Engle-Hills, P. (2014). Introducing Radiation Disaster Medicine into Japanese Medical Curricula. Workshop series, Fukushima Medical University, Fukushima, Japan, Dec. 1-5.

Hibbert, K. (2014). Teaching adults and other non-traditional learners in the classroom and online. Speakers Panel, New Faculty orientation, Western University, London, ON, Canada, August 21, 2014.

Hibbert, K. (2014). Using creative thinking strategies to approach old problems in new ways. Presented to NAHU Campus, Division of Human Health, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria, July 18, 2014.

Hibbert, K. (2014). Expert Panelist, Interdisciplinary Collaboration Workshop for Western Postdocs, University Community Centre, Western University, London, ON. May 29, 2014.

Hibbert, K. (2014). Thinking about research in the health professions: frameworks, ethics and scholarship. Presented at the Joint Teaching Retreat, hosted in collaboration by the Distributed Medical Education (DME) and Continuing Professional Development (CPD), Oakwood Resort, Grand Bend, ON. (April 4-5).

Hibbert, K. (Feb. 25, 2014). Issues in medical education through the eyes of an educational researcher. “Medical Education Research: Theoretical Basis and Methodologies”, Unit for Medical Education (ME), Department of Learning, Informatics Management and Ethics (LIME), Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden.

Hibbert, K. (March, 2014). In your element : How technology can help teachers and students 'get there' in the classroom. Senior Alumni Program Lecture Series, Western University, March 11, London, ON.

Hibbert, K. (2014). “The Power of Emerging Media and Technology.” Keynote Address. 19th CSLEE Values and Leadership Conference, Nipissing University Centre for the Study of Leadership and Ethics, Deerhurst Resort, Huntsville Ontario.

Van Deven, T., Hibbert, K., Faden, L. & Chhem, R. (2013). The hidden curriculum in radiology residency programs: A path to isolation or integration. Paper presented to 8th Annual London Imaging Discovery conference, June 13, 2013, London, ON.

Hibbert, K. (2013) Building assessment practices that reflect the multimodal world: Looking back to see our way forward. Promising Practices Conference, North Bay, ON. April, 2013. [cancelled]

Kinsella, E. A., Pitman, A., Hibbert, K., Ellett, F. (2012). Invited Presentation, Authors’ Panel & Book Launch. Phronesis as professional knowledge: Practical wisdom in the professions. Interdisciplinary Network for Scholarship in Professions Research in Education & Health Professional Education Field, Health & Rehab. Sciences Graduate Program. Faculty of Education & Faculty of Health Sciences. Western University. Dec. 10.

Hibbert, K. (2012). Leveraging technology for learning: An ethical agenda. Keynote address presented to the London Region Digital Learning Symposium, “From e to b: the evolution of learning”, London, October, 2012.

Hibbert, K. (2012). Visual Communication for Effective Teaching and Learning: Aesthetics in the Design of Human Health Campus, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria.

Hibbert, K. (2012). Mobile learning in Human Heath: New tools for new ways of engaging. Presented to NAHU Campus, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria.

Hibbert, K. (2012). Mobile learning for Human Health: An ethical agenda. Presented to the Division of Human Health, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria.

Hibbert, K. (2012). Transitioning From ‘Skills-oriented’ to ‘Social Practice’ Theories of Professional Development: An Examination of the ‘Literacy’ Case in Education and Four Cases in Medical Education, Knowledge Translation Rounds, Centre for Education Research and Innovation, London, ON.

Hibbert, K. (2012). The Salty Chip: A Canadian Multiliteracies Collaborative that emerged from rural beginnings. Enriching early childhood literacy curricula and practice – a dialogue with Canada. Conference hosted by Lancaster Literacy Research Centre, Lancaster University,
UK. May 7, 2012.

Stooke, R. & Hibbert, K. (2012).Supporting Graduate Students’ Writing in Curriculum Studies. University of Western Ontario Teaching Support Centre’s Research on Teaching Symposium, April 19, 2012, London, ON.

Hibbert, K. (2012). The evolution of a Canadian Multiliteracies Collaborative. Presented at “Enriching Early Childhood Literacy Curricula and Practice - A Dialogue with Canada, Lancaster Literacy Research Centre, Lancaster, UK.

Kinsella, A. Pitman, A. & Hibbert, K. (2011). Practical wisdom in the professions: Phronesis as professional knowledge – An interdisciplinary dialogue. Presented as part of the Joint HPE/CERI/INSPiRE Seminar Series, University of Western Ontario, London,Canada.

Hibbert,K., Lingard, L., Vanstone, M., McKenzie, P., Kinsella, E.A., Pitman, A. & Wilson, T.(2011) Bridges, silos and oil slicks: Examining interdisciplinary doctoral research and supervision . Presented as part of the Joint HPE/CERI/INSPiRE Seminar Series, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada.

Hibbert, K. (2011). Introduction to curriculum: Issues to consider in the health sciences context. Presented to the doctoral seminar in Health Sciences 9610, University of Western Ontario, Sept. 26th, 2011.

Hibbert, K. (2011). The Salty Chip: A literacy collaborative designed to engage the citizens of tomorrow. Presented at the Annual Centre for Education Research and Innovation (CERI) Symposia. London,
ON.

Hibbert, K. (2012). Embodied practices: Multiliteracies and learning by design or default? Presented to M. Kalantzis and B. Cope’s ‘Learning by Design’ Project Group, University of Illinois, Urbana- Champaign.

Hibbert, K. (2011). Step into your life: Ordinary people leading extraordinary lives. Keynote address for the Emerging Leaders Conference, Wilfrid Laurier University, March 2011.

Hibbert, K. (2011). Graduate students: Are you considering a career in language and literacy? Panelist for the Canadian Committee of Graduate Students in Education, CSSE, Fredericton.

Hibbert, K. (May, 2011). Multiliteracies-in-use: Implications for literacy in a participatory culture. SSHRC Research Workshop: New literacies and learning in the 21st Century, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.

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Hibbert, K. (2010). "Remember, it's about people". Presented at the TEDxOntarioEd Event, London, ON.

Hibbert, K. (2010). Considering literacy pedagogy in a participatory culture through The Salty Chip: A Canadian Multiliteracies’ Collaborative. OTF/OADE Teacher Education Conference 2010. Toronto, ON.

Hibbert, K. (2010). The Salty Chip: How a Canadian multiliteracies’ collaborative considers curriculum integration in a participatory culture. Promising practices for curriculum integration. Presented to the Ministry of Education Faculties of Education Forum 2010.

Hibbert, K. (Dec, 2009). Curriculum and pedagogy in the virtual world. Presented at a consultants’ meeting for the Division of Human Health, Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications, International Atomic Energy Agency, Atoms for Peace, Vienna, Austria.

Hibbert, K. & Van Deven, T. (July, 2009). Principles of program evaluation. Presented at a consultants’ meeting on Preparation of a CRP proposal on assessing the efficacy of the Distance Assisted Training On Line (DAT-OL) programme for nuclear medicine technologists. International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria.

Van Deven, T. & Hibbert, K. (July, 2009). Principles of student evaluation. Presented at a consultants’ meeting on Preparation of a CRP proposal on assessing the efficacy of the Distance Assisted Training On Line (DAT-OL) programme for nuclear medicine technologists. Division of Human Health, Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications, International Atomic Energy Agency, Atoms for Peace, Vienna, Austria.

Hibbert, K. (April, 2009). Planning for the Learner-Centred Classroom. Presented to the Division of Human Health, Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications, International Atomic Energy Agency, Atoms for Peace, Vienna, Austria.

Hibbert, K.. (April, 2009). Planning for Communication in the Virtual Environment. Presented to the Division of Human Health, Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications, International Atomic Energy Agency, Atoms for Peace, Vienna, Austria.

Hibbert, K. (2009). Cultivating capacity for phronetic ‘action’ to address the needs of diverse learners. Keynote address given at the International Conference on Advances in Radiation Oncology (ICARO), International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria, April 2009.

Hibbert, K. & Hunter, J. (2008). Building a culture that supports mentoring relationships. Presented to the Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board, Hanover, ON

Hibbert, K. (2008). Engaging Teachers Intellectually: Translating Research into Practice. Presentation made to the Ontario Association of Deans of Education “In-Service” Committee Annual Meeting, London, ON, October, 2008.

Hibbert, K. (2008). An Ecological Vision for Adolescent Literacy. Faculty Research Seminar, Faculty of Education, University of Western Ontario.

Chhem, R. K., Hibbert, K. & Van Deven, T. (2008). Scholarship in Radiology Education. Presentation to Residents and Faculty at Duke NUS Graduate Medical School, January 2008, Singapore.

Hibbert, K. & Hunter, J. (2007). Building communities that support mentoring: From NTIP to Principalship. Presented to the Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board, Hanover, ON.

Hibbert, K. & Van Deven, T. (2007). Anatomy of Curriculum in Nuclear Medicine. Presented at Nuclear Medicine Grand Rounds, CSTAR, London, ON.

Hibbert, K. & Van Deven, T. (2007). Promoting evidence-based radiology education. Plenary session given at the 1st Annual International Conference, Expanding Scholarship in Radiology Education, London, ON.

Hibbert, K. (2007). Pedagogy in the Online Environment. Presented to the Health Professional Group, Elborn College, London, ON.

Hibbert, K.. & Scheffel, T.L. (2007). Creating a culture that supports mentoring. Presented to the Huron Perth Catholic District School Board, Dublin, ON.

Heydon, R., Hibbert, K., & Hunter, J. (2006) Literacy: The slippery fish that feeds us all: A workshop of ideas to support students, K-8, in their language and literacy development. Presented to the Indigenous Education Coalition, Kettle Point, ON, November 2006.

Hibbert, K. & Scheffel, T.L. (2006). Stop the bullying: How creating a culture that supports mentoring can have implications throughout the school. London Anti-Bullying Coalition Fall Conference, October 20, 2006, London ON.

Hibbert, K. (2005). Guest Researcher, CPSquare , April 2005, Online International Conference hosted by Etienne Wenger.

Hibbert, K. & Iannacci, L. (2003). The ever-changing composite of school populations and the ways in which traditional ways of schooling serve to exclude populations that are becoming more and more visible within Canadian school systems. Keynote address, Rotary International Club, Stratford, Ontario.

Hibbert, K.. (2002). Literacy programs: Educational or economic profit? Keynote address, Toronto District School Board, Toronto, Ont.

Hibbert, K. & Iannacci, L. (2001). Conditions for balance: A framework for developing balanced literacy in the language arts classroom. Keynote address, Thames Valley District School Board, London, Ont.

Academic/Peer Reviewed Conferences

Ott, M. & Hibbert, K. (2017). Enacted by design: video inquiry of a digital writing curriculum. Presented at the 3rd European Conference on Curriculum Studies, University of Stirling, Scotland.

Ott, M. & Hibbert, K. (accepted) Technology-mediated participatory assessment for 21st Century literacies. Canadian Society for Studies in Education, May 30, Toronto, ON.

Rodger, S., Hibbert, K., Leschied, A. Masters, M. Tripp, T., Bird, R., Ott, M., Pyne, S. & Bourdage, R. (accepted). TeachResiliency.ca: The development, launch and early pilot data for a mental health and wellness resource created with and for teachers. Canadian Society for Studies in Education, (CSSE) May 28, Toronto, ON.

Hibbert, K. (accepted). What can I learn from you? Lives that are educative in the context of chronic illness. Paper presented at the International Society for Educational Biography (ISEB) Conference, Toronto, ON.

Hibbert, K. & Sun, L. (accepted). Making pedagogical perceptions of formative assessment visible: A preliminary study of Chinese English teachers’ experiences with multiliteracies assessment. Accepted for presentation at the Canadian Society for Studies in Education, (CSSE) Annual Conference 28-31 May, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario.

Hibbert, K., Faden, L., De Luca, S. Huda, N., Goldszchmidt, M. & Seabrook, L. (accepted). A sociomaterial approach to narrative inquiry: Disentangling assemblages of the human and material for rich insight into a clinical teaching unit. 3rd International ProPeL Conference, Linköping University, Sweden, June 2017.

Goldszmidt, M. Faden, L. Hibbert, K. De Luca, S. Huda, S. & Burm, S. (accepted). Interprofessional collaboration on the internal medicine inpatient unit: A sociomaterial perspective. 3rd International
ProPeL Conference, Linköping University, Sweden, June 2017.

Engle-Hills, P. & Hibbert, K. (2016). Leading Education Change After Fukushima: Radiation, Health & Healing, March 9-11, Fukushima, Japan.

Goldszmidt, M. Boese, K., Hibbert, K. Faden, L., Deluca, S. & Huda, N. (2016). Everyday advocacy on the clinical teaching unit: regognizing the importance of the ‘chance encounter’. Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME), Montreal, PQ, April 16-19, 2016.

Goldszmidt, M., Faden, L., Hibbert, K., DeLuca, S., Huda, N. & Boese, K. (2016). Values out of Alignment: Exploring the influence of the sociomaterial on patient care in an academic health science centre. Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME), Montreal, PQ, April 16-19, 2016.

Faden, L. & Hibbert, K. (2016). Learning to fly together: A sociomaterial study of interprofessional patient care. Accepted for presentation at the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Washington, DC, April 2016.

Hibbert, K. Faden, L. Houda, N. & Goldszmidt, M. (Sept. 2015). Learning to fly together: A sociomaterial study of interprofessional patient care. Presented at the Centre for Education Research and Innovation (CERI) Annual Research Conference, London, Ontario

Kinsella, E. A., Pitman, A., & Hibbert, K. (2014). Practical wisdom in health professional education and practice: An interdisciplinary dialogue. Creating Space IV: Exploring Paradigms of Scholarship and Practice: Arts, Humanities and the Social Sciences in the Education of Health professionals. Pre-Conference Canadian Conference on Medical Education. (April 25 & 26, 2014.)

Hibbert, K., Rodger, S., Leschied, A. & Atkins, M.A. (2014). Building understanding across ‘texts’ and contexts: Mental Health Literacy with Pre-Service Teachers. Paper accepted for presentation to the LLRC Pre-CSSE conference, May 24, 2014, Brock University, St. Catherines, ON.

Rodgers, S., Hibbert, K. (2014). What knowledges are produced through a virtual ‘systems of care’ approach to achieving Mental Health Literacy with Pre-Service Teachers? Second International ProPEL Conference “Professional Matters: materialities and virtualities of professional learning”, 25-27 June 2014, Stirling, Scotland.

Burm, S. & Hibbert, K. (2014). Looking back to see our way forward: A critical review of narrative inquiry across the professions. Tenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry (ICQI), Urbana- Champaign, Ill., USA, May 21-24, 2014.

Hibbert, K. (2013). Issues in medical education through the theoretical lens of a multiliteracies educator. Presentated to Rogano Research Academy in Medical Education, Prague, CZ, August, 2013.

Hibbert, K. (2013). Transitioning to a ‘Social Practice’ Mastery Mindset in Professional Development. Presented to the International Association of Medical Education Conference (AMEE), Prague, CZ, August, 2013.

Apramian, T., Cherry, R., Arntfield, S., Watling, C. & Hibbert, K. Steps Toward Interdisciplinary Teaching in Narrative Medicine and High Fidelity Simulation Through Narrative Inquiry. A Narrative Future for Healthcare Conference: Launch of the International Network for Narrative Medicine. King’s College, London, UK, June, 2013 .
 
Ng, S., Manamperi, M., Hibbert, K., Stooke, R., Regan, S. Schryer, C. & Lingard, L. (2013). By Proxy: Clinicians’ Enactment of the Health Advocacy Role Conference on Research in Medical Education, Association of the American Medical Colleges (AAMC). Philadelphia, PA, Nov. 1-6, 2013.

Apramian, T., Cherry, R., Arntfield, S., Watling, C. & Hibbert, K. (2013). Taking Steps Toward Simulation-Based Interdisciplinary Teaching & Research Using Narrative Medicine & Narrative Inquiry. Creating Space III Symposium, Quebec City, April 2013

Hibbert, K., Ros, S., Chhem, R., Dondi, M. Rosenblatt, E. (2013) Mobile Learning for Human Health: A Comparative Tracer Study Across Four Continents. Paper submitted for presentation at the CIESC, Victoria, BC.

Hibbert, K. & Burdett, L. (2013). The Secret of Will in new times: Revisiting and revisioning literacy lessons with students at age 7, 14 and 21. Paper submitted to the Pre-CSSE Language and Literacy Conference, Victoria, BC.

McLay, J. Stooke, R. & Hibbert, K. (2013). Academic Writing in Graduate Studies at Two Canadian Faculties of Education: Learning Discourses, Learning Communities. Symposia submitted to CSSE, Victoria, BC.

Kelly, U., Howley, C., McCormack, P., Eppley, K., & Hibbert, K. (2013). Rethinking rural literacies: Transnational perspectives. Panel accepted for presentation at AERA San Francisco, CA.

Ros, S., Hibbert, K., Chhem, R., Dondi, M., Rosenblatt, E. & Hassan, H. (2013). Technology-assisted learning for global radiation medicine specialists: Exploring the value of learning with and from learners. Accepted for presentation to International Conference on e-Learning, The Cape Peninsula University of Technology Cape Town, South Africa, 27-28 June, 2013. (PA; Chhem presenting)

Kelly, U., Howley, C., McCormack, P., Eppley, K., & Hibbert, K. (2013). Rethinking rural literacies: Transnational perspectives. Panel presentation at AERA San Francisco.

Ng, S., Schryer, C., Hibbert, K. & Lingard, L. (2012). Clinicians beyond clinic: Integrated care in a non-health care setting. Presentation accepted for the International Association for Medical Education (AAME) conference, Lyon, France.

Cameron, C., English, L. Coady, M., Hibbert, K., Kinsella, A. & Moseley, J. (2012). Adult Education and Health: A Critical Approach to Learning, Organizing and Building Civil Society. In S. Brigham (Ed.), Proceedings of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education. Wilfrid Laurier University. Ontario.

Hibbert, K. (2012). The Quest for Effective Interdisciplinary Graduate Supervision: Considerations for current students and future supervisors. Panel: Mentorship in Practice: Ensuring a Collaborative and Inspiring Partnership, The Canadian Committee of Graduate Students in Education, (CCGSE), Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE), Waterloo, ON May 27-30, 2012.

Stooke, R. & Hibbert, K. (2012). Writing goes back to school: Maintaining ‘Institutional practices of mystery’ in a graduate program. American Educational Research Association, April, Vancouver, Canada.

Lingard, L., Hibbert, K., Pitman, A. Kinsella, A., MacKenzie, P. Wilson, T., Vanstone, M. & Manisire, A. (2011). Identifying strengths and challenges in interdisciplinary graduate supervision. Poster session, Canadian Association for Information Science, 4 June, 2011.

Hibbert, K., Lingard, L., Kinsella, A.E., McKenzie, P., Vanstone, M. & Wilson, T. (2012). Interdisciplinary supervision and professional practice, education and learning. Paper presented at ProPEL: Professional Practice, Education and Learning Conference: An International Network for Research at the University of Stirling, Scotland.

Lingard, L., Hibbert, K., Pitman, A. Kinsella, A., MacKenzie, P. Wilson, T. , Vanstone, M. & Manisire, A. (2011). Identifying strengths and challenges in interdisciplinary graduate supervision. Poster session, Canadian Association for Information Science, Fredericton, NB.

Stooke, R., Hibbert, K. Faden, L. & Parkinson, H. (2011). Supporting Graduate Education Students’ Writing: A Case Study. Teaching Based Research Group’s Opportunities and New Directions Conference, University of Waterloo< Waterloo, ON.

Heydon, R., Rodger, S. & Hibbert, K. (2011). It takes a village: Creating supportive resources within a community of professional practice for educators of women who have experienced violence. Submitted to conference of the American Educational Research Association, (AERA) , New Orleans, Louisiana, April 8-12, 2011.

Hibbert, K., Van Deven, T., Chhem, R., Faden, L, Boyko, L. & Caldeira, M. (2011). Improving patient care: A national interdisciplinary study of educational scholarship in medical imaging departments across Canada. Submitted to conference of the American Educational Research Association, (AERA) , New Orleans, Louisiana, April 8-12, 2011.

Hibbert, K. (2010). Fleshing out the experiences of an ‘embodied practitioner’: Attending to both acute and chronic experiences located in the ‘corporate body’. Presented at the Research Institute for Professional Practice, Learning & Education Symposia, Wagga Wagga, Australia. Dec. 2-4, 2010.

Hibbert, K. (2010). Multiliteracies-in-use: How the ‘stories’ we tell inform our understanding of teaching and learning as ‘changing participation’. Presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education, (AARE) International Research in Education Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 2010.

Chhem, R., Engel-Hills, P., Rich, S. & Hibbert, K. (2010). Building a virtual "global community of learners" in radiation medicine: The IAEA model. 9th European Conference on e-Learning. Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Porto, Portugal, November, 2010.

Pollock, K. Faez, F. Hibbert, K. Namukasa, I., Stooke, R. & O’Sullivan, J. (2010). Connected understanding: Balancing work expectations with actual practices for those on the road to tenure. Presented at the Canadian Association for the Study of Educational Administration (CASEA), CSSE, Montreal, PQ.

Hibbert, K. (2010). The Salty Chip: A Canadian multiliteracies’ collaborative that considers pedagogy in a participatory culture. Paper presented to Language and Literacy Researchers of Canada, (LLRC) CSSE, Montreal, PQ, May, 2010.

Van Deven, T. & Hibbert, K. (2009). Demystifying the promotion dossier and shaping a future through reflexivity. Presented at Engaging Reflection in Health Professional Education and Practice Conference: Mapping the Terrain, Advancing the Field and Developing the Scholarly Community, May 13-15, London, Canada.

Hibbert, K. & Coulson, E. (2009). ATM Confessions: Harnessing social networking systems and consumer generated media to develop interactive digital learning materials for adolescents. Presented at Technology and Teacher Education, CSSE, Ottawa, Ontario, May, 2009.

Hibbert, K. & Coulson, E. (2008). Converting existing assets to ‘Financial Literacy’ currency: Student-Teacher-Researcher Transactions. Paper presented at the annual Language and Literacy Researchers of Canada Pre CSSE Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, May 2008.

Hibbert, K. & Van Deven, T. (2008). Diagnosing educational 'ills' in a medical setting: The case of scholarship in the radiology department. Paper presented to the 2008 AERA Annual Meeting, March 24-March 28, 2008, New York, NY.

Hibbert, K. & Coulson, E. (2008). Converting existing assets to ‘Financial Literacy’ currency: Student-Teacher-Researcher Transactions. Paper presented at the annual Language and Literacy Researchers of Canada Pre CSSE Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, May 2008.

Hibbert, K. (2008). The Capacity for Virtual Learning Environments to Support Complex Literacy Learning Globally . Paper presented at the Higher Education in Southeast Asia: Global Challenges for Intellectual Capital Building. Centre for Khmer Studies, (CKS) International Conference, Siem Reap, Cambodia, Jan 10-11.

Heydon, R. & Hibbert, K. (2007). How might teacher candidates’ habitus be disrupted through a pre-service language arts curriculum? Paper presented at the National Reading Conference, Austin Texas., November 28-December 1, 2007.

Hibbert, K. & Van Deven, T. (2007). Promoting evidence-based radiology education. Plenary session at the 1st Annual International Conference, Expanding Scholarship in Radiology Education, London, ON.

Hibbert, K. & Lucier, R. (2007). Engagement in literacy through online ‘Rich Performance Tasks’. Paper presented at the Language and Literacy Researchers of Canada (LLRC) Pre-CSSE Conference, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, May 25, 2007.

Hibbert, K. (2006).Unearthing Tacit Knowledge: One Graduate Cohort’s Experiences with Three Virtual Learning Environments. Paper accepted for presentation at the 22nd ICDE World Conference on Distance Education, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 3-6, 2006.

Hibbert, K., Rich, S. & Scheffel, T.L. (2006). Trained Experts: An examination of the Ontario Government’s understanding of expertise in Reading and Writing. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, (AERA) San Francisco, CA, April 7-11, 2006.

Hibbert, K.. & Rich, S. (2006). Tables Turned: Entering a virtual learning community established by a student cohort. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE), Toronto, Ontario, May 27-30, 2006.

Heydon, R. & Hibbert, K. (2006). Teacher Candidates’ Experiences with, and Evolving Understandings of Language and Literacy Teaching and Learning. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE), Toronto, Ontario, May 27-30, 2006.

Hibbert, K., Heydon, R. & Rich S. (2006). Beacons of light, rays, or sun catchers? A case study of the positioning of literacy teachers and their knowledge in neoliberal times. Paper presented at the Language and Literacy Researchers of Canada (LLRC) Pre Conference, Toronto, Ontario, May 27-30, 2006.

Hibbert, K. (2005). Examining 'enunciative space' in an online community of practice. Paper presented at the Language and Literacy Researchers of Canada (LLRC) Pre Conference, , London, Ontario, May 28-31, 2005.

Hibbert, K. & Kniskern, J.A. (2005). Knowing my books and my children first: Shelving leveled books in favour of deeper understandings. Paper presented at the Language and Literacy Researchers of Canada (LLRC) Pre Conference, , London, Ontario, May 28-31, 2005.

Coulson, L. & Hibbert, K. (2005). Toward financial literacy: Enacted dynamic curriculum development in an online classroom. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE), London, Ontario, May 28-31, 2005.

Hibbert, K. & Stooke, R. (2005). Haves and have-nots: How access to material resources mediates teachers’ understandings of their roles as literacy teachers. Paper presented at the Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE), London, Ontario, May 28-31, 2005.

Hibbert, K. & Rich, S. (2005). From knowledge dissemination to community building: Creating spaces for learners. Paper accepted for presentation to the annual eLearn Conference: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare & Higher Education, Vancouver, BC. October 24-28, 2005.

Rich, S. & Hibbert, K. (2004). Designing an online course for distance education course instructors and authors. Paper presented at the 20th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. August 4-6, 2004.

Hibbert, K. (2004). Enunciative space: Bridging the ‘distance’ in online teacher education. Paper presented at the International Association for the Development of Information Society (IADIS) International Conference, Avila, Spain, July 16-19, 2004.

Hibbert, K. (2004). A journey through ‘enunciative’ space: An examination into ways teachers come to understand their literacy practices in an online environment. Paper presented at the Language and Literacy Researchers of Canada (LLRC) Pre Conference, , Winnipeg, Manitoba, May 28, 2004.

Heydon, R., Hibbert, K. & Iannacci, L. (2004). Strategies to support balanced literacy approaches in pre- and in-service education. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE), Winnipeg, Manitoba, May 28-31, 2004.

Heydon, R., Hibbert, K., Iannacci, L., Kniskern, J.A., (2003). Problematizing reading instruction ‘solutions’ while still helping teachers figure out what to do on a Monday morning and a Friday afternoon: The Implications of Balanced Literacy Approaches for Pre- and In- Service Teacher Education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, April 21 to 25, 2003, Chicago, Illinois.

Iannacci, L. & Hibbert, K. (2003). Reviewing and reconciling conceptions of visual literacy with an eye to developing literate students. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE), Halifax, Nova Scotia, May 28-31, 2003.

Hibbert, K. & Iannacci, L. (2002). Building or stumbling blocks to balanced literacy? A critical look at the "Four Blocks" model. Paper presented at the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE) Annual Conference, Toronto, Ontario, May 25-28, 2002.

Symposia
Rodger, S., Leschied, A., Hibbert, K., Tripp, T., Masters, R., Ott, M., Bourdage, R.. (2016). Developing and sharing online resources, tools and strategies with teachers and for teachers to promote mental health and build resilience for students and teachers. Summit for Children and Youth Mental Health, OPSBA, Ontario Coalition for Children and Youth Mental Health, Toronto.

Kinsella, E. A., Pitman, A., Hibbert, K. (2014). Practical wisdom in health professional education and practice: An interdisciplinary dialogue. Creating Space IV: Exploring Paradigms of Scholarship and Practice: Arts, Humanities and the Social Sciences in the Education of Health Professionals. Canadian Conference on Medical Education. April 25 &26th, 2014.

Hibbert, K. (2014). Dying is a human experience: Giving meaning to the ‘healing systems’ at work in cancer narratives of Cambodians. CERI Seminar, London, ON.

Hibbert, K. Paulsen, E. & Pollock, K. (2013). Assessing learning in the digital world: An ethical agenda. Panel presentation submitted to the First Annual Technology in Education Symposia: Making TIES @ Western, Western University, London, ON. March 8, 2013.

Cristancho, S., Hibbert, K. & Kineslla, E. A. (2012). Mapping research paradigms. Presented at the CERI Research Seminar, Nov. 27, 2012.

Hibbert, K. (2012). Interdisciplinary Graduate Supervision: Narratives of Student Experiences. Presented to the Doctoral Seminar Series, Faculty of Education, London, ON.

Hibbert, K. (2012). Mobile learning for Human Health: An ethical agenda. Presented at the Annual CERI Symposia, London, ON.

Lingard, L., Hibbert, K., MacKenzie, P. Pitman, A., Kinsella, A., McKenzie, P., Wilson, T., Vanstone, M. & Mansire, A. (2011) Preliminary Analysis: Identifying strengths and challenges in interdisciplinary graduate supervision. Education Research Day, London, ON March, 2011.

Faden, L., Van Deven, T., Hibbert, K. & Chhem, R. (2011). An investigation of the hidden influences that affect the nature of learning, professional interactions and clinical practices in medical imaging departments across Canada. Education Research Day, London, ON.

Hibbert, K. (2010). Fleshing out the experiences of an ‘embodied practitioner’: Attending to both acute and chronic experiences located in the ‘corporate body’. Accepted for presentation, Research Institute for Professional Practice, Body/Practice Symposia, Wagga Wagga, AU. Dec. 5, 2010.

Faden, L., Van Deven, T., Hibbert, K. & Chhem, R. (2010). An investigation of the hidden influences that affect the nature of learning, professional interactions and clinical practices in medical imaging departments across Canada. Presented at the Second Annual Research Symposium, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Centre for Education Research and Innovation.

Van Deven, T. & Hibbert, K. (2010). Report on National Study in Medical Imaging Education: Instructional ‘Next Steps’. London Imaging Discovery Conference, London, ON.

Van Deven, T. & Hibbert, K. (2009). Border Crossing: Building a Collaborative Relationship Within Medical Imaging Education. Presentation given at the First Annual Research Symposium, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Centre for Education Research and Innovation.