Invited Webinars, Workshops & Presentations

Invited Webinars

Nord, B., Esplin, N. & Hamilton, A. (2015). Helping people or just playing with puppies? Exploring motivations for volunteering. OT24 24 hour Virtual Exchange: “Being an Agent of Change”.  Global online conference, Spokane, US.

Hamilton, A. (2015). Embedding the use of PebblePad to track learning & build evidence of emerging competence in an undergraduate occupational therapy program.  PebblePad in Health Online User Group Webinar Series, June 26, 2015.

Hamilton, A. L. & Cook, B. (2014, March). How digital literacy is central to knowledge translation. OT Australia Webinar: Digital literacy and occupational therapy.

Cook, B. & Hamilton, A. L. (2014, May). Using Facebook and Twitter to network, share & learn. OT Australia Webinar: Digital literacy and occupational therapy.

Burwash, S., Hamilton, A. L., & Cook, B. (2014, July). Overcoming information overload: Digital curation tips and tricks. OT Australia Webinar: Digital literacy and occupational therapy.

Cook, B. & Hamilton, A. L. (2014, September). Managing resources in ‘the cloud’: Evernote and other tools.  OT Australia Webinar: Digital literacy and occupational therapy.

Hamilton, A. L., Hume, S., & Cook, B. (2014, November). e-portfolios for occupational therapy. OT Australia Webinar: Digital literacy and occupational therapy.

Hamilton, A. & Burwash, S. (2009). Successful use of a class wiki. Online webinar across Canada, USA and the UK, presented by CANBUG (Canadian Blackboard User Group),  Halifax, NS, Canada.

Invited Workshops

Hamilton, A. L. & Hamilton, A. I. (2012). Embedding digital technology into curriculum: A foundation for lifelong learning. Digital Futures in Higher Education Aligning Institutional Strategy with Pedagogical Innovation. Invited workshop. Criterion Conferences, November 13-15, 2012, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Hamilton, A. & Burwash, S. (2011).  “Social Media for Occupational Therapists: An experiential workshop”.   Invited workshop for occupational therapists in South-West Alberta, August 18 2011, Lethbridge, AB, Canada.

Hamilton, A. & Burwash, S. (2011).  “Social Media for Occupational Therapists: An experiential workshop”.   Invited workshop for occupational therapists in Calgary region on December 2nd 2011 at Foothills Medical Centre, Calgary, AB.

Brown, C., Hamilton, A., & Rivard, A. (2008). Finding Evidence for Practice. One-day professional development workshop conducted on behalf of Society of Alberta Occupational Therapists, Edmonton, AB, Canada.

Hamilton, A. & McKinstry, C. (2007).  Using Evidence in practice: A hands on workshop for clinicians. One-day professional development workshop conducted on behalf of OT Australia (Vic).

Hamilton, A. (2007). “Using social software in teaching and learning activities to advance students’ digital literacy for applications in the health sector”. Oral presentation/workshop to School of Health and Social Development, Deakin University, Vic., Australia.

Invited Presentations

Morris, C. L., Dobyns, K. E., Alterio, C. J., Hamilton, A., & Johnson, E. S. (2012).  Using Social Media Resources Effectively, Efficiently, and Ethically.  AOTA invited short course.  American Occupational Therapy 92nd Annual Conference and Expo.  April 26-29, 2012, Indiana, IN, USA. (AOTA confirmation letter for CPD)

Hamilton, A., Lin, J., Bannert, E., Langenhoff, S. & Anstey, N. (2010).  Re-Connecting: Using Facebook for Social Networking after an Acquired Brain Injury.  World OT Day 24 hour Virtual Exchange: “The Power of Occupation”.  Global online conference, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Hamilton, A. (2010). Social Media in Higher Education: Incorporating wikis in health-care education.  Innovative teaching seminar. Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Alberta.  May 18, 2010.

Hamilton, A. (2009).  Social Media Unboxed II: Best Practices for KT in Healthcare. Oral online presentation to Research Transfer Network of Alberta (RTNA), Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Hamilton A. (2008).  Health-care knowledge transfer using the online environmentOral presentation at Home Living Program Research Day, Alberta Health. Edmonton, AB, Canada.

Hamilton, A. (2006).  Transformation to Adult Learning: Through the lens of transformative and constructivist understandings of learning.  Oral presentation as course requirement of completion of Graduate Certificate in Higher Education at Deakin University, Australia.

Hamilton, A. (2006).  Investigating the impact of curriculum on attitudes by first year occupational therapy students towards people with a disability. Oral presentation as course requirement of completion of Graduate Certificate in Higher Education at Deakin University, Australia.

Hamilton, A., & Wilding, C. (2005).   Current Models in OT Practice. Invited speaker at NW Victoria Regional Group.  Bendigo, Victoria, Australia.

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