This spring will be absolutely bananas – and one major contributor to that is my presentation schedule. I’m actually relieved because this is the environment in which I thrive. Give me everything to do and I’ll make it work; anything less and I just get ancy.
The next few months will bring a fun mix of conferences and local talks – plus my very first (paid!) invited talk at the LYRASIS eGathering. Can’t tell you how exciting/nervewracking/glee-inducing this is! Pinch me.
february & march
“Data Curation for Future Librarians.” UW-Madison School of Library & Information Science. Madison, WI.
“Open Access and Open Data Updates from OpenCon 2014.” UW Research Data Services Holz Brown Bag series. Madison, WI.
“Visualizing Library Data with Tableau.” With Bronwen Masemann and Katie Fox. Association of College & Research Libraries Conference. Portland, OR.
april & may
“You’re in Good Company: Unifying Campus Research Data Services.” With Cynthia Hudson-Vitale and Amy Nurnberger. Research Data Access and Preservation (RDAP) Summit. Minneapolis, MN.
“Telling Your Data Story with Tableau.” With Bronwen Masemann and Katie Fox. Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians (WAAL) conference. Manitowoc, WI.
“Archiving Your Life’s Work.” With Paul Hedges. Invited talk, UW-Madison Retirement Association. Madison, WI.
“DH Data Curation.” Mini-lecture, Digital Humanities Project Toolbox class (LIS640). Madison, WI.
“Practical Tips for Online Engagement.” LYRASIS eGathering. Virtual.
What does this spring have in store for you? Any upcoming presentations?