*** = invited presentation

32. Egbert, J. & Mahlberg, M. (2017). “Fiction—One register or two?: Narrative and fictional speech in Dickens’s novels." Paper presented at the Corpus Linguistics International Conference 2017. Birmingham, UK.

31. Gray, B. & Egbert, J. (2017). “Exploring methods for evaluating corpus representativeness." Paper presented at the Corpus Linguistics International Conference 2017. Birmingham, UK.

30. Gray, B., Staples, S. & Egbert, J. (2017). “Complexity in Writing Development: Untangling Two Approaches to Measuring Grammatical Complexity." Pre-conference workshop at the Corpus Linguistics International Conference 2017. Birmingham, UK.

***30. Egbert, J. (2016). “Connecting Corpus linguistics and Language Assessment”. Discussant for Invited Colloquium at American Association for Applied Linguistics 2016. Orlando, FL.

29. Decker, L., Cox, T. & Egbert, J. (2016). “Effects of changing TOEFL cut-off scores: The impact of raising the bar." Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics 2016. Orlando, FL.

28. Baker, P. & Egbert, J. (2015). “Triangulating methodological approaches”. Panel presented at Corpus Linguistics 2015. Lancaster, UK.

27. Biber, D., Egbert, J., & Davies, M. (2015). “A linguistic taxonomy of registers on the searchable web: Distribution, linguistic descriptions, and automatic register identification”. Panel presented at Corpus Linguistics 2015. Lancaster, UK.

26. Staples, S., Egbert, J. & LaFlair, G. (2015). “A Multi-Dimensional Comparison of Oral Proficiency Interviews to Conversation, Academic and Professional Spoken Registers”. Paper presented at Corpus Linguistics 2015. Lancaster, UK.

25. Davies, M. & Egbert, J. (2015). “A Large Corpus-based Study of the Historical Development of [Noun+Noun] Sequences in American English”. Paper presented at the Studies in the History of the English Language Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

24. Egbert, J., Biber, D., & Szmrecsanyi, B. (2015). “The Evolution of the English Genitive: Predicting Diachronic Change in Noun Modifier Use”. Paper presented at the Studies in the History of the English Language Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

***23. Egbert, J. (2015). “Mixed Effects Models”. Workshop given at the Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference, Provo, UT.

***22. Egbert, J. (2015). “Going Beyond p-values: Making Your Statistical Methods More Rigorous and Robust”. Workshop given at the Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference, Provo, UT.

21. LaFlair, G. & Egbert, J. (2015). “Presenting your Data with R Graphics”. Workshop given at the annual conference of the American Association for Corpus Linguistics.

20. Biber, D., Egbert, J. & Terblanche, L. (2014). “Dimensions of Variation in English Web Registers”. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Association for Corpus Linguistics, Flagstaff, AZ.

19. Staples, S., Egbert, J. & LaFlair, G. (2014). “Comparing Oral Proficiency Interviews to Academic and Professional Spoken Registers”. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Association for Corpus Linguistics, Flagstaff, AZ.

18. Gray, B., Qian, M., & Egbert, J. (2014). “Internal Representativeness and Specialized Corpora: The Influence of Topic on the Stability of Linguistic Findings in a Disciplinary Writing Corpus”. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Association for Corpus Linguistics, Flagstaff, AZ.

17. Egbert, J. & Plonsky, L. (2014). “The Linguistic and Stylistic Features of SLA Conference Abstract and Their Relationship to Ratings”. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Portland.

16. Plonsky, L., Egbert, J. & LaFlair, G. (2013) “Bootstrapped t-tests and ANOVAs: Using Data Reanalysis to Assess Their Potential in L2 Research”. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Portland.

15. Egbert, J. & Biber, D. (2013) “Developing a User-based Method of Web Register Classification”. Paper presented at the annual Web as Corpus workshop @Corpus Linguistics, Lancaster, UK.

14. Egbert, J. (2013) "Toward a Linguistic Taxonomy of English Academic Writing". Paper presented at the University of Utah Student Conference in Linguistics, Salt Lake City.

13. Egbert, J. (2013) “Student Perceptions of Stylistic Variation in Introductory University Textbooks”. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Association for Corpus Linguistics, San Diego.

***12. Egbert, J. (2012). “Multi-dimensional Analysis: An Introduction”. Session taught in the Birmingham/Melbourne Summer School in Applied Linguistics, University of Birmingham.

***11. Egbert, J. (2012). “Historical Change in Genitive and Noun-Noun Use across Registers”. Paper presented in the English Department Faculty Seminar, University of Birmingham.

***10. Egbert, J. (2012). “Grammatical Complexity in EAP Reading Textbooks”. Public talk given in the English Department Postgraduate Speaker Series, University of Birmingham.

9. Egbert, J. & Biber, D. (2012). “Style and Authorship in Nineteenth Century Fiction: A Multi-Dimensional Analysis”. Paper accepted in the annual conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Boston.

8. LaFlair, G., Egbert, J., & Miller, D. (2012). “Structural Compression and Elaboration across Levels of ESL Reading Textbook Series”. Paper accepted in the annual conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Boston.

7. Egbert, J. & LaFlair, G. (2012). “Grammatical Complexity in ESL Reading Textbooks”. Paper presented at the Northern Arizona Regional TESOL conference, Flagstaff.

6. Staples, S., Egbert, J. & Laird, J. (2011). “Variability of Lexical Bundles in the TOEFL iBT”. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Association for Corpus Linguistics, Atlanta.

5. Prince, D., Egbert, J., Kim, Y. & Laird, J. (2011). “Using Corpus Tools and Websites to Enhance the Language Classroom”. Paper presented at the annual convention of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, New Orleans.

***4. Gray, B., Smart, J., Egbert, J., Al-Surmi, M. & Poltavtchenko, E. (2010). “Corpus Linguistics”. Advocacy Roundtable presentation at the annual conference of the Arizona Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Phoenix.

3. Prince, D., Egbert, J., Kim, Y. & Laird, J. (2010). “Using Corpus Tools and Findings to Enhance Your Classroom”. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Arizona Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Phoenix.

2. Egbert, J. (2009). “Intergenerational Language Attitudes and Vitality: The Navajo Language Shift”. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Denver.

1. Egbert, J. (2009). “The Navajo Language Shift”. Paper presented at the annual Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research, Salt Lake City.