Peer Reviewed Presentations

Professional Presentations – Peer Reviewed
The following academic presentations were peer reviewed and selected for inclusion in conference proceedings. Links to pdf versions of the presentations are provided where available.

Egan, Candace. Narrative Story Development: The Storymatic Exercise. Finalist for Ignite teaching presentations at the 2015 Broadcast Education Association annual convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 14, 2015. Program Abstract | Presentation: https://beaignite.wordpress.com/ignite2015/.

Egan, Candace. Curriculum Swapshop: Spotlight on Teaching tools from the Cloud. Presenter Hosting Student Projects in the Cloud and session moderator at the 2015 Broadcast Education Association annual convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 14, 2015. Program Abstract | Presentation

Egan, Candace. Moving Into Hi Def: Keeping Studio A Relevant. Panelist for S.O.S. Save Our Studios session at the 2013 Broadcast Education Association annual convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 7, 2013. Presentation

Egan, Candace. Curriculum Swapshop: My Favorite storytelling exercise – Ideas for Teaching Students How to Tell Stories Across Media session moderator at the 2013 Broadcast Education Association annual convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 8, 2013.

Egan, Candace. Grading Group Work presentation. Panelist for Grading Group Work session at the 2012 Broadcast Education Association annual convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 15, 2012. Presentation

Egan, Candace. Curriculum Swapshop: Solo Journalism Teaching Strategies, Assignments, Exercises, Activities, Tools and Resources to Prepare Students to Go It Alone as a Journalist session moderator at the 2012 Broadcast Education Association annual convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 16 2012. Presentation

Egan, Candace. Curriculum Swapshop: Creative Ideas for Teaching and Producing Media With Limited Resources session moderator at the 2011 Broadcast Education Association annual convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 10 2011. Presentation

Egan, Candace. Gender and production: teaching, curriculum, and students respondent at the 2011 Broadcast Education Association annual convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 11 2011.

Egan, Candace. Online Journalism: Embedded Course Content to the FRONT LINES! panelist at the 2011 Broadcast Education Association annual convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 12 2011. Presentation

Egan, Candace. Curriculum SwapShop on Using Social Media in the Classroom Moderator. Broadcast Education Association Annual Conference. 15 April 2010. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Egan, Candace. A Curriculum For Teaching On-Line Media. Panel session: Convergence Newsrooms, Web Sites and Internet Radio. Broadcast Education Association Annual Conference. 25 April 2009. Las Vegas, Nevada. Presentation

Egan, Candace. Curriculum Swap Shop: Service Learning and Media, Moderator. Broadcast Education Association Annual Conference. 23 April 2009. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Egan, Candace. Implementing a curriculum framework based on industry needs for students who: think, write, produce, and explore. Panel session: Curriculum Changes and Challenges for the New Frontier. Broadcast Education Association Annual Conference. 19 April 2008. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Egan, Candace. Teaching Future Media Professionals: Swap Shop of Online Class Assignments & Resource Tools, Moderator. Broadcast Education Association Annual Conference. 17 April 2008. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Egan, Candace. Implementing a curriculum framework based on industry needs for students who: think, write, produce, and explore. ReThinking Journalism 2.0 Summit. California Journalism Education Coalition. 9 November, 2007. San Francisco State University.

Egan, Candace. Documentary Storytelling in a Multimedia, Online Medium. Panel session: Documentary on the Internet: Have We Been Here Before? Broadcast Education Association Annual Conference. 20 April 2007. Las Vegas, Nevada. Presentation

Egan, Candace. Teaching Future Media Professionals: Swap Shop of the Most Effective “In-Class” Mass Communication Exercises, Moderator. Broadcast Education Association Annual Conference. 19 April 2007. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Egan, Candace. Use of Multimedia Web-based CD to Inform Prospective Students and Reduce Costs. Central California Regional Conference on Excellence in Teaching and Learning. 13 April 2007. California State University, Fresno.

Egan, Candace. The Techvergence Game. The Convergence Shockwave: A Swapshop of Teaching Ideas. Broadcast Education Association Annual Conference. 27 April 2006. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Egan, Candace. Blogging in the classroom: Using blogging as a teaching tool. Central California Regional Conference on Excellence in Teaching and Learning. 24 March 2006. California State University, Fresno. Presentation

Egan, Candace. Exploring Convergence and the Web Documentary. 4th Annual Conference on Media Convergence: Cooperation, Collisions, and Change, 13 October 2005. Brigham Young University. (Refereed presentation.) Podcast and presentation available at http://feeds.feedburner.com/convergence/, Thursday, 2:30 pm Showcase 2. Presentation

Egan, Candace. Shooting and Editing ‘The Dollar Bill’ Assignment.” Fifty Years of Excellence for Electronic Media Academics, Industry and Future Professionals: Sharing Our Teaching Expertise. 22 Apr. 2005. Broadcast Education Association 50th Annual Convention and Exhibition.

Egan, Candace. Exploring Blogs For Sharing and Documenting New Curriculum Ideas. Regional Conference on Excellence in Teaching and Learning. 8 Apr. 2005. California State University, Fresno. (Poster presentation.) Presentation

Egan, Candace. Going Beyond Textbook Drawings of Video Shots: Using Streaming Video and the Web to Demonstrate Video Production Techniques. The Digital Revolution: The Impact of Digital Media and Information Technologies Conference. 14 October 2004. University of South Carolina.

Egan, Candace. Putting the Hypermedia into PowerPoint: Re-imagining PowerPoint as a Multimedia Platform. The Digital Revolution: The Impact of Digital Media and Information Technologies Conference. 14 October 2004. University of South Carolina.