Panelist for the Chicago Area Theological Library Association fall meeting hosted by Trinity International University (October, 2013). Continue reading “Panel member for “The Road to Open Access””
CARLI webinar (January, 2011).
Co-lead section at a CARLI open house hosted by Northeastern Illinois University (March, 2011).
Presented to library staff at a LIBRAS event held at North Park University (February, 2012). Continue reading ““Want to Hangout?: potential uses of Google hangouts in small academic libraries””
Presentation to LIBRAS (February, 2012) and to the DePaul University library staff (April, 2012).
Presentation at a LIBRAS event hosted at Concordia University (March, 2013). Continue reading “Automating acquisitions processes: EOCR and EDI”
Presentation to the Preservation Committee of the Swedish American Historical Society at North Park University (October, 2013). Continue reading “Archon and the Swedish American Historical Society of Greater Chicago”
Wrote an article for the website “Library as Incubator Project” about book crafts at North Park University. (December, 2013).
A presentation to North Park University faculty and staff as part of the Faculty Staff Development Day (April, 2014). Continue reading “Making your iPad work for you””
Panelist for a social media focus group sponsored by Taylor & Francis in Philadelphia, PA (July, 2014)
Part of the “Collection Development Strategies in an Evolving Marketplace: an ALCTS Midwinter Symposium” at the ALA Midwinter Meeting in Chicago (January, 2015) Continue reading “Panel member for “Demand-Driven Acquisition of Monographs from several perspectives””
An informal presentation for the Center for Railroad Photography and Art as well as interested Faculty from Lake Forest College (April, 2015) Continue reading “Reflections on Processing the Fred Springer Collection”
An overview of Intellectual Property, Copyright, and Fair Use presented to faculty at the Academic Technology Day, North Park University (January, 2017). Continue reading “Copyright and Fair Use: A Guide for the Perplexed”