Scott, Ronald F. PhD
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"Sticking to the Storyline: Blue-collar Identity in the Computer Classroom." CCCC. San Antonio, Texas. 2004.
"The Learning Games Initiative." Computers and Writing Conference. Honolulu, Hawaii. 2004.
'"Is He the One' The Matrix and the Rhetoric of Technology." International Humanities Conference. University of Hawaii, Western Oahu Campus, Honolulu, Hawaii. 2003.
"The Art of Grading French Fries: Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom." Western States Composition Conference. University of Utah, Salt Lake City. 1999.
"The Ideology of the Computer Lab in the Composition Classroom." CCCC. Atlanta, Georgia. 1999.
"'I am the Electric Messiah': Artificial Intelligence and the Cyberpunks". Marxist Literary Conference. Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. 1997.
"Changing Hats: The Teaching Assistant at the Writing Center." Western States Composition Conference. University of Seattle, Seattle, Washington. 1996.