Presentations and Workshops

29 March 2019

Some presentations since my retirement include:

Cannon, Catriona, and Karen Calhoun. 2016. "Community-Centered Collections: Public Engagement with University Library Collections." Basis of webinar presented and recorded at CILIP Headquarters, London, England, April 19.

Calhoun, Karen. 2015. “The Evolution of Digital Libraries as Socio-Technical Systems.” Invited presentation for the US Naval Academy, Nimitz Library, December 14.

Calhoun, Karen. 2015. "What Does It Mean to Have Collections?" Presented by invitation of the University of Calgary Libraries, Calgary, Alberta. October 15.

Calhoun, Karen S. 2015. "Leading from the Middle: Rationale and Impact of Pitt's Program." Presented at the ACRL National Conference, Portland OR, March 27. This short presentation summarizes my annual workshop series for the University Library System's Leadership Program, University of Pittsburgh, from 2012-2013 to 2014-2015.

Calhoun, Karen and Aaron Brenner. 2014. “Engaging Your Community Through Cultural Heritage Digital Libraries.” Presented as an ALA TechSource Webinar, October 8. This was one of the webinars about the book Exploring Digital Libraries (Facet Publishing and ALA Neal-Schuman).

Calhoun, Karen, Deanna B. Marcum, Jill Cousins, Herbert Van de Sompel, and Brian Beaton. 2014. “Digital Libraries: Evolving from Collections to Communities? A Panel Discussion.” Presented at the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, London, September 9.

Many of my earlier presentations are available on SlideShare. A fuller list of my presentations, publications and reports can be found here.













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