Presentations

MSJ-Presenting
Photograph of me presenting  about pedagogical design and scaled online learning with Wikipedia in Columbus, Ohio.

Public presentation has been a central part of my work as a researcher since 2006. I have experience as a presenter online and in-person at numerous academic and industry conferences, convenings, events, trade shows, and in classrooms.

Selected recent presentations:

“Failure in early online internet services: The case of The New York Times Information Bank (1967-1983) and narratives about the history of online information services”
OCLC Membership and Research Division Brownbag
May 29, 2019

“Diagnosing Citogenesis: Feminist Inquiries into Health and Medical Information on Wikipedia”
Guest lecturer, Course content consultant
Introduction to Participatory Media
Dr. Lauren Berliner; University of Washington-Bothell
May 6, 2019

Prefiguring the User: Gendered Labor, Crises of Authority, and Commercial Online Information Services, 1963-1983
Science Studies Program Colloquium Speaker
University of California, San Diego
March 17, 2019

Bringing feminist pedagogy to Wikipedia training for US public library staff: Reflections from the OCLC Wikipedian-in-Residence
WikiConference North America, Columbus, Ohio
November 2018

Wikimedia’s Global Gender-focused Initiatives: Approaches and Challenges to Decolonizing Feminisms with Wikimedia; Guest Lecturer, Department of Cultures, University of Helsinki, Finland, Dr. Dusica Ristivojevic; November 2018

Women in the Wikimedia Movement: Conversations with Communities
In conversation with Luisina Ferrante, Wikimedia Argentina and Maria Cruz, Wikimedia Foundation
March 8, 2018

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