Selected Presentations and Workshops

ACRL Conference, Portland, Oregon, 2015

  • Presenter, “On Campus, Online, Off Hours: Librarians that Sustain Graduate Student Scholarship and Discourse: Collections.”

ACRL/NY Academic Librarians’ Writing/Research Group Event, Mercy College, New York, 2014

  • Speaker, “How to Get Ideas for Professional Publications.”

ACRL/NY New Librarians Discussion Group-Mentoring Program Event, ART-NY, New York, 2014

  • Panelist, “Demystifying the Hiring Process.”

Ancient Libraries Conference, School of Classics, University of St. Andrews, Scotland, 2008

  • Presenter, “Galen on the Alexandrian Library and the Official Copies of the Athenian Tragedians.”

Library Staff Workshop, Purchase College, State University of New York, 2000

  • Organized and planned half-day staff in-service day.

Education in the Classroom, Purchase College, State University of New York, 1999

  • Co-presented and co-facilitated faculty retreat workshop given twice.

Metanoia ’98 Planning Committee, Purchase College, State University of New York, 1998

  • Planned campus-wide events and activities with representatives and administrators from different departments.
  • Materials Sub-Committee.  Planned handouts for event.  Wrote bibliographies for distribution at event and for faculty awareness.

SUNYLA Annual Conference, Fredonia, New York, 1998

  • Panelist. Presented paper on downsizing and outsourcing at the University of Pittsburgh’s University Libraries System.

Making the Grade: Library Skills for College-Bound Seniors, Southern Westchester Board of Cooperative Education, 1998

  • Organized and co-presented at a workshop for school librarians and administrators.

University of Texas at Arlington Libraries, 1996

  • Presented paper to faculty and staff on the future of archives with regard to the World Wide Web and electronic documents.

MARC Holdings Workshop, University of Pittsburgh, 1995

  • Co-presented on MARC holdings records in the NOTIS database to library staff.

School of Library and Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, 1994

  • Discussed the cataloging of archival collections with students in LS2000 class.

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