I like to give talks on the intersection of libraries, technology and politics. My main blog is at librarian.net.
- Rural library technology and the digital divide
- Copyright, fair use, and DRM in libraries
- Policy issues such as SOPA, CIPA, privacy, and legislation around social software.
I enjoy public speaking and I’ve been doing it for over a decade nationally and internationally. If you would like me to give a talk, please don’t hesitate to read more about what I do my faq or my resume, or just get in touch with me.
Here are my most recent talks. Previous talks are on the talks archive page. * indicates keynote
- Social Justice Roles for Libraries and Librarians
- University of Hawai’i Manoa, April 17, 2018
- Urban Librarians Conference, NYC, 13apr18
- Libraries Bridging the Digital Divide
- TechForum, Toronto ON, 23mar18
- Practical Privacy for Libraries (webinar, watch it!)
- Wild Wisconsin Winter Web Conference, 24jan18
- Disrupting Tradition (webinar, watch it!)
- South Central (NY) Regional Library Council, 17jan18