Past iSchool Faculty Presentations

  • National Archives—preserving the past, reflecting the present, and planning for the future.
    Date: August 14, 2018
    Presenter(s): Patricia C Franks
    Link: www2.archivists.org
    Location: Washington, DC
    Comment: The URL explains the SAA Research Forum. The schedule has not been published yet. Researchers will explain their work and share the results.
  • NAGARA/ICRM Exam Prep Course
    Date: August 14, 2018
    Presenter(s): Patricia C Franks
    Link: files.archivists.org
    Location: Washington, DC
  • Keynote
    Date: August 02, 2018
    Presenter(s): Michael Stephens
    Link: aplic.alia.org.au
    Location: Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
  • Bringing Culture Back: Managing Unconscious Bias to Strengthen Your Corporate Culture
    Date: July 17, 2018
    Presenter(s): Dr Michele A L Villagran
    Link: aallnet.org
    Location: Baltimore, MD
  • On the Ground, Online & Operative: Perceptions & Effectiveness of Public Library Staff Professional Development
    Date: June 25, 2018
    Presenter(s): Michael Stephens
    Link: eventscribe.com
    Location: New Orleans, LA
  • Expanding the Information Science Curricula: Disaster Informatics
    Date: March 27, 2018
    Presenter(s): Chris Hagar
    Link: ukadr.org
    Location: Bristol, UK
  • Blockchain, Open Civic Data, and TV WhiteSpace - Three New Projects (Symposium on the Future of Libraries)
    Date: February 11, 2018
    Presenter(s): Sue Alman, Sandy Hirsh, and Kristen Rebmann
    Link: eventscribe.com
    Location: Denver, CO
    Comment: Blockchain, Open Civic Data, and TV WhiteSpace - Three New Projects (Symposium on the Future of Libraries) Sunday, February 11 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Location: Colorado Convention Center, Rm 403 Three new projects funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) explore libraries’ roles in emerging technologies and their potential impact on communities. Team members will provide an overview of their projects followed by an open discussion on the merits of these projects. Featured projects include Libraries Leading with TV WhiteSpace (Kristen Rebmann for the San Jose State University iSchool); Local Open Civic Data Ecosystems (Toby Greenwalt for the joint project between Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and the University of Pittsburgh Library System); and Blockchain Technology as a Community Anchor (Sandy Hirsh and Sue Alman for the San Jose State University iSchool). ALA Unit/Subunit: ALA, Center for the Future of Libraries Meeting Type: Symposium on the Future of Libraries  
  • International Directory of National Archives: Strengthening Research Skills and Expanding Horizons
    Date: February 08, 2018
    Presenter(s): Patricia C Franks
    Link: alise2018.sched.com
    Location: Denver, CO
    Comment: Between August 2016 and December 2017, a team of graduate students and alumni gathered data about the status of the national archives of 198 countries for the International Directory of National Archives to be published in mid-2018. The presenter will describe the project, the research process, and lessons learned about the status of national archives today. She will also describe value gained and lessons learned by members of the research team, such as core competencies mastered, ethical issues encountered, and challenges presented by participation in this 100% online field experience.
  • Learning Everywhere
    Date: February 01, 2018
    Presenter(s): Michael Stephens
    Link: uwlax.edu
    Location: La Crosse, WI
  • Strengthening Community Engagement and Resilience Efforts: Public Program Strategies
    Date: September 19, 2017
    Presenter(s): Christine Hagar
    Link: dur.ac.uk
    Location: Durham University, UK

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