- Data Management in Biomedical Research: Information Challenges and Practical Strategies (PDF) – March 26, 2013, Hershey, PA.
- Digital Humanities Winter Institute – January 7-11, 2013, College Park, MD.
- THATcamp DH & Libraries – November 3, 2012, Denver, CO. Description of session on bibliography proposed and co-lead.
- ARL/DLF E-Science Institute – online learning experiences for informing an e-research agenda at academic libraries, 2011-2012.
- THATcamp Publishing – October 30, 2011, Baltimore, MD.
- THATcamp Philly – September 23-24, 2011, Philadelphia, PA.
- CURATEcamp 2011 – August 15-16, 2011, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA.
- Research Data Lifecycle Management Workshop – July 18-19, 2011, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.
- DataONE Users Group Meeting – July 11-12, 2011, Santa Fe, NM.
- Discovering Librarianship Institute – 2011 ALA Midwinter, San Diego, CA.
- CURATEcamp IDCC2010 (pre-conference workshop) – Chicago, IL.
- Assessing Research Data Needs at Your Institute (workshop) – American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) 2010, Pittsburgh, PA.
- CURATEcamp 2010 – Berkeley, CA: Co-led session, with Michelle Belden, on use case development in the context of curation microservices.
- DigCCurr II Institute- 2010/2011, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
- Presentation for January 2011 DigCCurr (gives an idea of the curation microservices pilot project that Michelle Belden, Access Archivist at Penn State Libraries, and I worked on after the May 2010 DigCCurr institute session; co-authored with Belden and presented by Belden).
- E-Records Summit 2010 – Penn State University.
- Project Managers’ Group Meeting – Digital Library Federation (2009, 2008).
- Summer Institute for Humanities Data Curation – 2009, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- ALA Spectrum Scholar Leadership Institute – ALA Annual, Washington, DC., 2007.
- ARL Third Annual Leadership Institute – ALA Midwinter, Seattle, WA., 2007
- Note: this has now become the ARL Leadership Symposium.
CURATEcamp is an “unconference” gathering of folks engaged in the practice of digital curation. The “unconference” format encourages attendees to inform the agenda, so to speak, by suggesting topics for breakout sessions; a session may focus on a particular technology, problem space, or research question. At the two I have attended thus far, discussions have been rich in content, and the experiences have been valuable for professional networking purposes. The field of digital humanities offers something similar, called THATcamp.