Fernando, S. and King, A. (2013). The Economy and Beyond: The Benefits of Life-long Literacy. Presented at the Canadian Association for Studies in Adult Education, June 2-5, 2013, University of Victoria, Victoria, B.C.
King, Alyson E. (2013). Minority Students @ UOIT: A Classroom Perspective on Issues of Retention. Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education Annual Meeting. 4 June 2013, University of Victoria, Victoria, B.C. Organized panel titled: Current Practices and Future Directions: Supporting Marginalized Students in the Universities.
King, Alyson E. (2013). Facilitator and Commentator for panel: New Directions in the History of Indigenous Education/Nouvelles orientations en histoire de l'éducation autochtone. Canadian Historical Association Annual Meeting. 3 June 2013, University of Victoria, Victoria, B.C.
Crichlow, Wesley and King, Alyson E. (2012). Engaging Communities and Parents: A Digital Approach To Student Engagement, Retention and Success (Poster). Learning to Earning | Higher Education and the Changing Job Market Conference. Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, 1-2 November 2012.
King, A. (2012). Jobs, Professions or Knowledge? Creating a new university in a time of political and economic conservatism. Presented at the Canadian Society for Studies in Higher Education, Annual Meeting, Waterloo, Ontario.
King, A. (2011). Students at Work and Play: Creating a Student Culture in a New University. Canadian Society for Studies in Higher Education, Annual Meeting, Fredericton, New Brunswick.
King, A. (2010). Cartooning history: Canada’s Stories in Graphic Novels. Canadian Historical Association. Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec.
King, A. (2010). Hating Everything: A Graphic Coming-of-Age Tale. Canadian Communication Association. Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec.
Hammett, R., Burke, A., Hughes, J., King, A., Toope, D. (2010).Playing in Webkinz World: Living and Learning Literacies / Le Webkinz World et les littératies. Canadian Society for the Study of Education/Société canadienne pour l’étude de l’éducation. Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec.
Burke, A., Hammett, R., Hughes, J. and King, A. (2009). Challenging Traditional Notions of Literacy: Children’s Playmaking on the Internet. Edge 2009: Inspiration and Innovation in Teaching and Teacher Education. Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Hughes, J., King, A. and Fuke, V. (2009). Adolescents and ‘Autographica’: Reading and Writing Coming-of-age Graphic Novels / Les adolescents et l’« autographie » : lire et écrire des romans graphiques sur l’adolescence. Canadian Society for the Study of Education/Société canadienne pour l’étude de l’éducation. Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario.
King, A. (2009). Adventurous Children: Images of Children in Kayak: Canada’s History Magazine for Kids. Paper presented to the Society for the History of Children and Youth Conference, University of California, Berkeley, July 10-12, 2009
King, A. (2005). Educating Women for the Modern World, Paper delivered at the 13th Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, Scripps College, Claremont, California, June 2005. Organized roundtable, title: “Shaping Identities: Women and Higher Education in Canada and the United States.” Other roundtable members were: Constance Backhouse, Sara Burke, Margaret Kechnie, and Jacqueline McNeil