Selected presentations

Presenting the Digital Collections at the METRO 2014 Annual Conference (photo by METRO)

Presenting the Digital Collections at the METRO 2014 Annual Conference (photo by METRO)

Sometimes I present things I make and think about! I post almost everything I present here: slides, handouts, code, and/or TL;DR-style notes. These are mostly library-related.

If you’ve got questions about any of these, or would like to invite me to present something, feel free to email me.



Drupal + GitDrupal + Git

December 2, 2016
CUNY IT Conference | On panel: “CUNY Libraries and Open Source: Wins and Fails”
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY

Thesis presentation opening slideNondescript: A web tool for subverting authorship attribution

(Slides + notes)
June 1, 2016
Thesis presentation
CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY

Die Hard: the impossible, absolutely essential task of saving the web - opening slideDie Hard: Saving the Web for Scholars

May 23, 2016
Eastern New York ACRL Conference
Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY

Presentation: The Library Outpost: Modules in BlackboardThe Library Outpost: Modules, Templates, and Outreach in Blackboard

November 13, 2015
Northeast Connect Conference
Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY

Resources Supporting Diversity Issues and Diverse Learning Styles

August 26, 2015
Faculty Development Day
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY

LACUNY 2015: who does the internet think you are?Who does the Internet think you are?

May 8, 2015
LACUNY Institute 2015
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY

Your business card is the internet

April 23, 2015
Part of the “Social Media: Finding a Platform” workshop
OAR Public Scholarship Series
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY

Taking Care of Digital Efforts: A Multiplanar View of Project Afterlives

January 10, 2015
MLA Convention 2015
Vancouver, BC

Screen Shot 2014-04-28 at 1.08.42 PMIntegrating information literacy in distance learning contexts

April 25, 2014
LILAC Spring Workshop
Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY

Research Data Management presentationResearch Data Management Basics

January 24, 2014
Faculty Development Day
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY

Murder Mystery Challenge!Murder Mystery Challenge!

January 17, 2014
CUNY Games Festival
CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY

Digital Collections presentationMug Shots, Rap Sheets, & Oral Histories: Building the Digital Collections at John Jay

January 15, 2014
METROcon
Baruch College, New York, NY

Microcomputing in AcademiaLife With Pi: Microcomputing in Academia

December 6, 2013
CUNY IT Conference panel
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY

reassignment project: emdaReassignment project: Early Modern Digital Agendas

November 12, 2013
LACUNY Grace-Ellen McCrann Memorial Lecture
LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, NY

Refining our library's web presence - slideRefining our library’s web presence

September 27, 2013
LACUNY Reference Roundtable
CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY

Implementing a reference loggerImplementing a reference logger

September 20, 2013
METRO Reference Special Interest Group
METRO Headquarters, New York, NY

EMDA presentationSeeing: final report for EMDA

July 26, 2013
Early Modern Digital Agendas
Folger Institute, Washington, DC

Personal Information Management slidePersonal information management

January 25, 2013
Faculty Development Day
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY

Sentiment analysis of the Reading Experience DatabaseSentiment analysis of the Reading Experience Database

March 28, 2012 • CIRSS Student Research Group
April 27, 2012 • LIS590TX—Text Mining course
Graduate School of Library & Information Science
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

DH Curation Guide slideDH Curation Guide presentations

Project overview • August 2012
Text modeling • September 27, 2011 • LIS590EPL—Electronic Graduate School of Library & Information Science
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Chapels, Devils, Monks, & Friars The Irreverent Language of Printing HistoryChapels, Devils, Monks, & Friars: the Irreverent Language of Printing History

December 8, 2010
LIS590HB—History of Books course
Graduate School of Library & Information Science
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign