- Wilcox, Steve. “On the Publishing Methods of Our Time: Mobilizing Knowledge in Game Studies.” From Technical Standards to Research Communities – Implementing New Knowledge Environments Gatherings, Sydney 2014 and Whistler 2015. Scholarly and Research Communication Journal. October 2015. [Peer-reviewed].
- Hancock, Michael, Gerald Voorhees, and Steve Wilcox. Special Issue Editor. “Selected Essays from First Person Scholar.” Loading…Journal of the Canadian Game Studies Association. Nov. 2015.
- “New Media and Intercultural Imagination: How Webcomics and Videogames Can Help Us Imagine a Better Future.” Crip Futurities – University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, Michigan. Feb. 2015.
- “First Person Scholar: Talking to Games Academics, Enthusiasts and Professionals.” Panel with Meghan Blythe-Adams, Michael Hancock, Gerald Voorhees, Emma Vossen, and Steve Wilcox. Canadian Game Studies Association. Congress 2015. University of Ottawa, ON. June 2015.
- “Commonplace Games” Canadian Society for Digital Humanities. Congress 2015. University of Ottawa, ON. June 2015.
- “Mobilizing Knowledge in Game Studies.” Sustaining Partnerships to Transform Scholarly Production. Whistler, B.C. January 2015.
- “Pattern Recognition And Games (PRAGmatic) Project.” World Social Sciences Forum 2013. Montreal, Que. Oct 2013.
- “Introduction to the Unreal Development Kit.” THATCamp IMMERSe: The Humanities and Technology Camp. Waterloo, ON. July 2013.
- “Pattern Recognition And Games (PRAGmatic) Project.” SSHRC Storytellers Competition. Congress 2013. University of Victoria, B.C. June 2013.
- “Why Games Studies Needs Middle-State Publishing.” Canadian Game Studies Association. Congress 2013. University of Victoria, B.C. June 2013.
- “Simulating the Revolution: Military Applications of VR & McLuhanist Media Theory.” Canadian Communication Association. Congress 2012. Waterloo, ON. May 2012.
- “Autopoiesis & Antienvironments: How Posthumanism Informs Media Theory.” De/Centering the Human Subject: Graduate Student Colloquium. Waterloo, ON. May 2012.
- “Decoding the Virtual Body: Marshall McLuhan and the Disembodied Posthuman.” McLuhan 100 (Peer-reviewed). Toronto, ON. Nov 2011.
- “The Dialectics of Digital Media: Marshall McLuhan, Katherine Hayles and Pattern-Recognition.” Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts. Kitchener, ON. Sep. 2011.
- “Allergies & Allegories demo.” University of Waterloo – Arts Alumni Event. Waterloo, ON. Oct 2015.
- “Feed-Forward Scholarship.” (Invited as guest speaker to represent ‘the next generation of scholars’). SSHRC – Imagining Canada’s Future. Waterloo, ON. Nov 2013.