PEER REVIEWED TALKS
Library data: ethics and privacy considerations (June 2017) Part of the panel “Collecting library data: policies and data management procedures for improvement,” with Abigail Goben, Kristin Briney, and Jenica Rogers. ALA Annual; Chicago, Illinois.
Big data for all: toward ethical big data sharing (April 2017) Co-authored with Elizabeth Hull. Research Data Access and Preservation Summit; Seattle, Washington.
Digital preservation partnerships: extending resources and expanding knowledge through collaboration (November 2016) Co-presented with Tammy Troup. Co-authored with Tammy Troup and Conor Cote. Digital Library Federation Forum; Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The man in the machine: digital labor ethics for academic research (November 2016) Co-presented and co-authored with Scott W. H. Young. Digital Library Federation Forum; Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Putting the “I” in data: the ethics of using human-generated data as a research tool (September 2016) Conference abstract and slides. Co-authored with Scott W. H. Young and Doralyn Rossmann. SciDataCon; Denver, Colorado.
Working across cultures: data librarian as knowledge broker (May 2016) Research Data Access and Preservation Summit; Atlanta, Georgia.
Dataset optimization for institutional repositories (October 2015) Co-authored with Leila Belle Sterman and Susan Borda. Digital Library Federation Forum; Vancouver, British Columbia.
“This is just for me:” researchers on their data documentation practices (April 2015) Part of the panel “Beyond metadata: supporting non-standardized documentation to facilitate data reuse,” with Lizzy Rolando, Sarah Pickle, and Kristin Briney. Research Data Access and Preservation Summit; Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Open data in education: how to harness the power of open resources (April 2015. Co-authored and co-presented with Leila Belle Sterman. Montana Library Association Conference; Bozeman, Montana.
Using sentiment analysis of Twitter to develop strategies for library data sharing partnerships (December 2014) Co-authored and co-presented with Scott W. H. Young. Coalition for Networked Information Fall Membership Meeting; Washington, D.C.
#Win or #Fail: measuring researcher attitudes toward open data using sentiment analysis of Twitter (October 2014) Co-authored with Scott W. H. Young and James Espeland. Digital Library Federation Forum; Atlanta, Georgia.
It’s a real world: developing preservation policy for Dryad (March 2014) Co-presented with Ayoung Yoon. Co-authored with Ayoung Yoon, Elena Feinstein, Jane Greenberg, and Ryan Scherle. Research Data Access and Preservation Summit; San Diego, California.
Introducing Radian: A Community-curated Hub for All Things Data (October 2017) Co-presented with Scott W. H. Young. Co-authored with Scott W. H. Young, Ryer Banta, Robin Champieux, and Danielle Robinson. FORCE2017; Berlin, Germany.
Sharing in a gray area: a framework for big data curation (October 2017) Co-presented and co-authored with Elizabeth Hull. National Data Integrity Conference; Fort Collins, Colorado.
Managing and publishing agricultural data at Montana State University (May 2017) Rangelands Partnership Annual Meeting; Logan, Utah (remote participation).
Invited participant for the NSF-funded workshop Qualitative Research Ethics in the Era of Big Data. Washington, DC, December 2016.
Exploring ethics in data and technology research (February 2016) Co-presented and co-authored with Jason A. Clark, Justin D. Shanks, and Scott W. H. Young. Montana State University Computer Science Seminar Series; Bozeman, Montana.
How open access enriches education & supports global information equity (November 2015) Co-authored and co-presented with Leila Belle Sterman. Montana State University International Education Week; Bozeman, Montana.
The research data census: assessing data services at Montana State University (October 2015) CLIR/DLF E-Research Network (online session).
Data mining and data making: library digital services and applied research (January 2015) Co-authored and co-presented with Jason A. Clark and Scott W. H. Young. Institute on Ecosystems Rough Cut Science; Bozeman, Montana.