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Presentations by Joe Murphy – Words to drive change

by Joe Murphy Librarian on May 16th, 2011

Talks I’ve had the honor to give around the world.

Many of my presentations are available on http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy (viewed more than 200,000 times online).

This list of talks and their links is organized by keynotes, invited talks, more presentations, and workshops/classes. These talks include in person and online events for national, international, and local audiences.

Keynotes:

  • Staff Technology Day. Panhandle Library Access Network, FL Jan 2013.
  • “Academic Libraries, Technology, and Ubiquitous Information.” Oklahoma Chapter of ACRL. Tulsa, OK. Nov. 2, 2012. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/keynote-ok-acrl-murphy-all-b
  • Brunei: “Tech Changes & Library Futures.” Conference on GenNext Libraries, Emerging technologies: New Direction for Libraries. Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei. Oct. 8, 2012. http://bit.ly/gennextkeynote
  • Library 2.012 Worldwide Virtual Conference. Online. October 3, 2012 http://www.library20.com/
  • “Tech Changes Impacting Traditional Models.” The Library Corporation’s Annual User’s Conference, St. Petersburg FL. October 1, 2012. http://bit.ly/tlcukeynote
  • Indiana Library Federation Reference Division Annual Conference, Technology Trends of 2012. August 7, 2012. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/indiana-lib-federation-keynote
  • “Library Evolution Meets Tech Revolutions.” SEFLIN Technology Conference, Technology Revolution: Providing tools for the Future. Miami, FL. July 26, 2012. http://bit.ly/seflin2012keynote
  • “New Technologies and Strategic Applications for Campus Libraries.” Seminar, Purdue University. July 12, 2012.
  • Singapore. “Technology and its impact on learning and research.” International Association of Scientific and Technological University Libraries (IATUL), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. June 2012. http://bit.ly/singaporekeynote
  • “Leaving Our Comfort Zones Behind. Libraries Meet Tech Trends.” Colorado Association of Libraries, 2012 CoALA Summit: Librarians on the Move. 5/25/2012. http://bit.ly/coalamurphy
  • “Technology Trends for Libraries Going into 2012.” Computer and Technical Services Division of the Suffolk County Library Association. 12/7/2011. http://bit.ly/catstrends
  • “Tech Trends & Creating the Future for Libraries.”  MLNC Speakers Series. St Loius, MO. 9/15/2011. http://bit.ly/mlnctrends
  • “Dominating the mobile flow of content and engagement.” LYRASIS Technology Ideas & Insights series, Positioning Your Library in the Mobile Ecosystem: Content and Delivery. Atlanta, GA. 9/12/2011. http://joemurphylibraryfuture.com/ideas-insights-talk-atlanta/
  • “Envisioning the Future.” North Carolina Public Library Director’s Summit. Blowing Rock, NC. 8/24/2011. http://joemurphylibraryfuture.com/north-carolina-public-library-director%E2%80%99s-summit/
  • “Leading Through Disruptions in Mobile Content.” LYRASIS Technology Ideas & Insights series, Positioning Your Library in the Mobile Ecosystem: Content and Delivery. University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA. 8/17/2011. http://bit.ly/ideasandinsights
  • “Mobile Technologies and Library Staff.” Tufts University Library Staff Development Day. 6/2/2011. http://bit.ly/tuftskeynote
  • Mobility in Access & Discovery.” Western Pennsylvania/West Virginia Chapter of ACRL Annual Conference.  5/6/2011. http://bit.ly/wpwvcacrl2011
  • “Location Aware Technologies & Libraries.” Geobased Social Networks, online conference. 2/16/2011. http://bit.ly/lbsconf http://slidesha.re/dPRdih
  • Florida Chapter of ACRL (FACRL) Annual Conference, Innovative Services to Students and Faculty. 10/29/2010. http://bit.ly/facrlkeynote
  • “Mobile Technology and Libraries.” COSLINE Fall Conference. Newport RI. 10/22/2010.
  • “Past to the Future: Meeting Technology Trends.” Nebraska Library Association Fall Conference, 10/14/2010.
  • “Mobile Technologies & Libraries.” Library Futures: Staying Ahead of the Curve 2011. (in person and shared by television broadcast/electronically). 9/24/2010.
  • “Creating the Future of Mobile Library Services.” The Handheld Librarian. Online Conference, 7/28/2010. http://bit.ly/hhlibkeynote
  • “This is Now: The Mobile Library.” The Handheld Librarian. Online Conference, 2/17/2010. http://bit.ly/hhlibnow
  • “It’s a Mobile World.” The Mobile Library. Central Texas Library System 2009 Technology Conference. Georgetown Public Library, 12/11/2009. http://bit.ly/ctlsmobile
  • “Portable Libraries, Mobile Students.” ACRL New England Chapter Information Technology Interest Group meeting. Bryant University. 11/20/2009.

Invited talks:

  • “Coaching & Mentoring.” Engaging People Track. Internet Librarian. Oct 24, 2012.
  • “Pinterest and Academic Libraries.” Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) webcast 9/18/12. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/pinterest-for-academic-libraries-webcast-murphy-acrl
  • “Exploring New Tech Opportunities for Library Services.” Online talk, Kansas City Associaton of Law Librarians (KCALL). August 8, 2012.
  • “60 Apps in 60 Mins.” Featured, Special Library Association. July 2012.  http://bit.ly/60apps60mins
  • “Alive on Arrival: Surviving Rapid Tech Change.” Alabama Library Convention. April 26, 2012. http://bit.ly/allatrends
  • “Harnessing the Power of QR Codes.” Webinar repeat, Education Institute. 3/27/2012. http://bit.ly/qrcodeswebcastei
  • “Dead and Innovative Tech.” Computers in Libraries, March 22, 2012.
  • “The Changing Face of Content: Publisher & Info Pro Perspectives.” Content Management. Computers in Libraries, March 21, 2012. http://bit.ly/cildccontent
  • “Future trends in the organization of information.” Webinar for course “Organizing information.” Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Universidad Virtual, México. March 19, 2012.
  • “Mobile Technologies In Libraries.” Panelist and panel organizer. SLA-Arabian Gulf Chapter annual conference, Bahrain. March 2012.
  • “The Techs Impacting Libraries & Publishing in 2012.” San Jose State University School of Library & Information Science Colloquium Series. March 1, 2012. Webinar. http://bit.ly/sjsu2012techs
  • “2012 Tech Trends and Service Opportunities.” CT Library Consortium and Simmons GSLIS Professional Development Series. Darien Library, CT. Feb 29, 2012. http://bit.ly/clctrendsopps
  • “Gamification.” Teen Tech Week, Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) Webinar. Sponsored by Tutor.com 2/28/2012. http://bit.ly/ttw12gamify
  • “QR Codes for Libraries.” Webinar, Education Institute. 2/21/2012.
  • “La Biblioteca del Futuro… 15 años después.” IX Conferencia Internacional Sobre Bibliotecas Universitasrias. Ciudad de Mexico. 10/26/2011.
  • “Ebook Issues & Challenges: Debrief.” Internet Librarian, Ebook Evolution & Revolution. 10/19/2011.
  • “Major Upcoming Mobile Trends.” Internet Librarian, Mobile Track featured opening presentation. 10/19/2011.
  • “Unexpected Usages of Social Media.” Webcast, Nicolet Federated Library System, Wisconsin. 10/4/2011.
  • “Meeting Mobile Info Needs.” The Army Library Training Institute 2011, Southbridge, Ma, 7/12/2011.
  • “Going Mobile @ Yr Library: How Libraries Can Serve Mobile Phone Users.” 2011 ALA PR Forum, ALA PR Assembly. ALA Annual Conference, New Orleans. 6/26/2011. http://bit.ly/ala11pr
  • “60 Apps in 60 Minutes.” Panel sponsored by Competitive Intelligence Division, Legal Division, IT Division. Special Library Association Annual Conference. 6/14/2011.  http://bit.ly/60apps
  • “QR Codes & Libraries.” Continuing Education workshop, Long Island Library Resources Council (LILRC), 5/24/2011. http://bit.ly/lilrcqrcodes
  • “Facilitating Collaboration: Apps Enhancing Scientific Research.” Panelist. Special Libraries Association, Annual Conference. 6/13/2011.
  • “QR Codes & Libraries.” Professional Development conference, Library Association of Rockland County, NY. 5/12/2011. http://bit.ly/larcqrcodes
  • “Library Trend Spotting.” New England Independent School Librarian Conference, Middlebury, CT. 4/8/2011. http://bit.ly/NEAISL
  • “Mobile Technologies: Issues for Academic Libraries.” Elsevier’s Digital Library Symposium. ALA Midwinter Meeting, 1/2011. http://bit.ly/alamw11dlsmobile http://bit.ly/alamw11libconnecthtml
  • Panel. Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Leadership Symposium. ALA Midwinter Meeting, 1/2011.
  • “Mobile Future.” Internet Librarian 2010. Monterey, CA. 10/25/2010.
  • Interviewed for the IFLA New Professionals Special Interest Group via Skype by the Shanachies about new and future directions for libraries and skills for librarians.  8/8/2010.
  • “Libraries & Mobile Culture.” LibTech 2010: Services on a Shoestring. The Southeast Florida Library Information Network (SEFLIN) conference, Florida International University. Online component. 7/22/2010. http://bit.ly/seflin2010mobile
  • Chair’s Forum, Library Research Round Table (LRRT). Research from the Field: Increasing the Competitive Edge and Impact of Library’s People, Services, and Technologies. ALA Annual Conference, Washington, DC. 6/27/2010.
  • “Ebooks: Expectations and Experiences from the User Perspective.” Guest Contributor. Western European Studies Section Discussion Group, European-Language eBooks and North American Libraries. ALA Annual Conference, Washington, DC. 6/26/2010.
  • “The Now Mobile Library.” Massachusetts Commonwealth Consortium of Libraries in Public Higher Education Institutions (MCCPLPHEI) Annual Conference: Planning the Future. Salem, MA. 6/17/2010. http://bit.ly/nowmoblib
  • “Science Information and the Mobile Point of Need.” Science Information on Mobile Devices. Special Library Association Annual Conference, Chemistry Division program. New Orleans, LA. 6/15/2010. http://bit.ly/mobscisla2010
  • “Text Message Reference in Action & Looking Fwd.” Academic Librarians 2010: Faster than the Speed of Bytes: Technology, Cognition, and the Academic Librarian. New York Library Association. Ithaca, NY. 6/8/2010.
  • Pecha Kucha. Trendy Topics 2010: The Future of Libraries. Online conference. 6/8/2010.
  • “The Near Future of Reference.” Guest Lecture University of Hawaii at Manoa virtual presentation for LIS 601. 4/27/2010.
  • “Foursquare, Twitter, & Texting: Libraries Get Social & Go Mobile in 2010.” Connecticut Library Association Conference, 4/20/2010. http://prezi.com/1oxg3vxcqda6/ctlibs10-foursquare-twitter-and-texting-a-mobile-strategy-for-libraries/
  • “Emerging Technology: Mobile Literacy and New Competencies.” Texas Library Association 2010 Annual Conference, 4/17/2010. http://bit.ly/txlamoblit
  • “Libraries Go Mobile.” Texas Library Association 2010 Annual Conference, 4/16/2010. http://bit.ly/txlamobile
  • “Mobile Trends in Libraries.” Guest Lecture San Jose State University, LIBR 287.  4/6/1020. http://bit.ly/9c44u9
  • “Mobile Literacy.” Guest Lecture University of Hawaii at Manoa virtual presentation for LIS 665. 4/5/2010.
  • “Text Messaging Reference: Enhancing Reference Services With SMS.” Webcast, Association of College & Research Libraries. 2/23/2010.
  • “Twitter’s Impact on Libraries.” Trendy Topics Online Conference. http://www.alliancelibrarysystem.com/trendytopics 2/9/2010. http://bit.ly/t2twitter
  • LITA Top Technology Trends Panel, 2010 ALA Midwinter Conference, 1/17/2010.
  • “Leadership and Emerging Technology.” Association of Research Libraries Leadership Symposium, 1/15/10.
  • “Mobile Tech, Mobile Users, Mobile Libraries.” The Mobile Library conference, South Eastern Massachusetts Library System. 1/14/2010. http://bit.ly/semlsmobile
  • “Mobile Technologies & Libraries.” Mobile Technologies at Yale University Library: A panel discussion. Yale University Library, 12/1/2009. http://bit.ly/yalemobileprezi http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/yalemobile
  • “Text Messaging in Libraries.” Virtual Guest Lecture. LIS 672: Technology for Libraries & Information Centers­, 11/18/2009.
  • “Internet Librarian Conference 2009 Recap at METRO.” Bringing the Internet Librarian Conference to NYC. Metropolitan New York Library Council, 11/9/2009.
  • “A Strategy for the Future of Mobile Devices & Academic Libraries.” Council of Connecticut Academic Library Directors (CCALD) business meeting. Briarwood College, 11/6/2009.
  • “Mobile, Real-time Librarians.” Innovation in Libraries. Queens Library, 11/3/2009.
  • “The Changing Nature of Science Librarianship: Mobile, Social, & Emerging.” Science Librarians in an e-Science World. NERCOMP, 10/9/2009.
  • “Social Networking Competencies for Librarians: Emerging Competencies for Emerging Technologies.” Joint Meeting of the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO) Science Librarians and Lib 2.0 SIGs, 9/30/2009.
  • “Sending out an SMS.” Featured session The Handheld Librarian. Online conference, 7/30/2009. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/hhlibsending-out-an-sms
  • “SMS & Mobile Virtual Reference: Libraries, Text messages, and Answers on the Go” Connecticut Library Association conference, 5/1/2009. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/sms-mobile-virtual-reference

More presentations:

  • “Pinterest & Academia.” Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) eLearning webcast. 4/24/12. http://bit.ly/pinterestacademia
  • “Pinterest for Museums & Libraries.” Webcast with LearningTimes. March 28, 2012. http://bit.ly/pinterestwebcast
  • “Pinterest: 101 & Implications for Libraries.” Cyber Tour, Computers in Libraries, Washington DC. CyberCorner in the Exhibit Hall. March 22, 2012.
  • “Important Mobile Trends for 2012.” Handheld Librarian. Online conference. 2/1/2012. http://bit.ly/hhlibsixtrends
  • Now Trends & Next Disruptions.” Handheld Librarian. Online conference. 7/27/2011.
  • “Landscape and Location: It’s not where you’re from; it’s where you’re at.” Computers in Libraries, 3/23/2011.
  • “Next Trends in Mobile Technology.” Handheld Librarian. Online conference. 2/23/2011.  http://bit.ly/hhlibtrends
  • “A Mobile Bridge: QR Codes and Libraries.” ACRL e-Learning webcast. 1/26/2011. http://bit.ly/qrwebcast
  • “Foursquare, Location-Based Social Networks & Library Apps.” Internet Librarian 2010. Monterey, Ca. 10/25/2010.
  • “Mobile Horizons: Location-Based Tech.” Reference Renaissance: Inventing the Future. Denver, CO. 8/9/2010. http://bit.ly/refren10lbs
  • “Check In with Location Based Mobile Services: Foursquare and Libraries.” ACRL e-Learning webcast. 7/20/2010. http://bit.ly/locationwebcast
  • “Check In at the Future of Libraries.” Trendy Topics 2010: The Future of Libraries. Online conference. 6/8/2010. http://bit.ly/t2futurecheckin
  • “Mayor of the Library: Foursquare & Location-Based Mobile Social Networks.” Innovation for Libraries in the 21st Century. Online conference. 5/12/2010. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/mayor-of-the-library
  • “Twitter for Special Libraries.” Sci-Tech Division, SLA. Online webinar. 5/12/2010. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/twitter-sla-webinar
  • “Mobile Literacy: Competencies for Mobile Tech.” Computers In Libraries Conference, 4/14/2010. http://bit.ly/cil2010moblit
  • “Current State and Future Prospects of SMS Reference – Reference for a Digital World.” Computers In Libraries Conference, 2010. 4/13/2010. http://bit.ly/cil2010smsref
  • “Developers’ Den” Pre-conference Workshop on Mobile Applications, Internet Librarian 10/25/2009.
  • “Text Messaging Reference: Enhancing Reference Services with SMS” ACRL Live Webcast 7/2/2009. http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/acrl/events/elearning/courses/txtreference.cfm
  • “UCLA and Yale Science Libraries Data on Cyberlearning and Reference Services Via Mobile Devices.” With Alison Armstrong, Michelle Jacobs, & Brena Smith. International m-Libraries Conference. 6/24/2009. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/textmessagerefmlib09
  • “Science Library Services through Mobile Applications for iPhones and other smart phones.” Virtual presentation delivered via Twitter (@libraryfuture), PAM-wide Round Table, SLA 2009, 6/15/2009. http://twitter.com/libraryfuture
  • “Sending Out an SMS: Exploring Reference via Text Messaging with Mobile Devices.” PALINET REFolution conference, 4/6/2009.
  • “Using Flickr to Expand Library Instruction.” Enhancing Learning Anytime, Anywhere: Spread Your Reach, Computers in Libraries, 4/1/2009. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/flickr-for-instruction-cil2009-1246312
  • “Strategies for the Mobile Future of Libraries” Pecha Kucha: 2.0 Top Tips, Computers in Libraries, 3/31/2009. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/pecha-kucha-strategies-for-the-mobile-future-of-libraries Won audience award for best presentation.
  • “Future Prospects & Best Practices for Reference 2.0.” Next Gen Digital Reference Tools, Computers in Libraries, 3/31/2009. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/next-gen-ref-tools-cil2009
  • “Social Networking Literacy Competencies for Librarians: Exploring Considerations and Engaging Participation.” Contributed Paper, ACRL 14th National Conference, Pushing the Edge: Explore, Engage, Extend. 3/14/2009. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/social-networking-literacy-competencies-for-librarians
  • “Twitter for Libraries: Best Practices and Advanced Uses of Micro-Blogs.” Contributed Paper, ACRL 14th National Conference, Pushing the Edge: Explore, Engage, Extend. 3/13/2009. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/twitter-for-libraries-acrl-2009
  • “New Competencies and Emerging Trends For Librarians.” ALA Midwinter Meeting, 1/23/2009. A talk for 35 Association of Research Libraries Diversity Fellows and Scholars.
  • “iReference: Virtual Reference to Enhance and Even Replace the Reference Desk?” With Ellen Peterson. Hawaii Library Association conference, 10/25/2008. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/ireference-presentation
  • “Connecting People With Information: Twitter and Other Microblogs” Hawaii Library Association conference, 10/25/2008.
  • “Reference on the Go: Text Messaging and More With an iPhone.” Solving The Reference Desk Problem, Internet Librarian, 10/21/2008. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/reference-on-the-go-text-messaging-and-more-presentation
  • “Text Message in a Bottle: Text Messaging Reference at Yale Science Libraries.” A Reference Renaissance: Current and Future Trends. 8/05/2008. http://www.bcr.org/referencerenaissance/docs/Text%20Message%20in%20a%20Bottle%20Joe%20Murphy.ppt
  • “Text Message Reference for Sci-Tech Libraries” Special Libraries Association Physics-Astronomy-Mathematics Division-wide Roundtable, 6/16/2008.
  • “Implementing Library 2.0 Services: The Practical Considerations.” Guest Lecture, LIS 518: Designing User-Centered Information Services, Rutgers University, School of Communication, Information and Library Studies. 3/25/2008.
  • “Modern Search Engines & Modern Search Strategies.” Guest Lecture, ILS 425: Information Sources, Southern Connecticut State University, 11/8/2007.
  • Astronomy Round Table Moderator, two sessions, 2007 SLA Annual Conference.
  • “’Hamilton is too damn cold!’ The politics and technicalities of temperature in Hamilton Library, how environmental factors in libraries can impact information access.” Hawaii Library Association Annual Conference, 10/2006. http://ohana.chaminade.edu/hla/conference/conf2006/sessions/Murphy2006.mht
  • LOCAL:
    • “Twitter for Education.” Teaching w/ Technology Tuesdays, Yale University, Collaborative Teaching Center 10/14/2009.
    • “Emerging Trends, Technologies, and Competencies for Librarians.” Southern Connecticut State University. SLA Student Chapter, 2/24/2009.
    • “Information and the 21st Century Science Class.” Advanced Topics in Science Teaching. Yale Graduate Teaching Center. 4/27/2009
    • “Libraries and Facebook, Best Practices.” Social Networking, BrownBag2.0. Yale University Library, 10/6/2008.
    • “Career Opportunities in Special Libraries.” SLA Career Panel Discussion, SLA Student Chapter Southern Connecticut State University, 9/24/2008.
    • “Microblogs.” Innovative Uses of Library Blogs, BrownBag2.0. Yale University Library, 8/12/2008.
    • “Text Messaging Reference Service.” REFresher, Yale University Library, 7/30/2008.
    • “Making Library Services Interesting to Faculty, Researchers, and Students in the Sciences and Engineering.” SLA-Student Chapter presentation, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 11/2006.

POSTER SESSIONS:

Workshops, classes, pre-conferences, seminars, and more:

  • With Chad Mairn. “Handheld Librarians’ Mobile Tech Tutorial.” Preconference. Computers in Libraries 2012. Washington DC. 3/20/2012.
  • “Mobile Technologies In Libraries.” two full day workshop. SLA-Arabian Gulf Chapter annual conference, Bahrain. March 2012.
  • With Chad Mairn. “Handheld Librarians’ Mobile Tech Tutorial.” Preconference. Internet librarian 2011. Monterey, Ca. 10/16/2011.
  • With David Lee King. “Engaging Your Community With QR Codes.” Preconference. Internet librarian 2011. Monterey, Ca. 10/15/2011.
  • “Leveraging Mobile Technologies on Our Campuses and Beyond.” Preconference seminar, programmer, planner, and Moderator, NERCOMP/EDUCAUSE Conference, Providence, RI. 3/28/2011.
  • With David Lee King. “QR Codes and Libraries.” Preconference workshop. Computers in Libraries, 3/20/2011.
  • With Chad Mairn. “Handheld Librarians’ Mobile Tech Tutorial: best of HHLIB.” Preconference workshop. Computers in Libraries, 3/20/2011.
  • “Mobile Literacy: Skills for Today’s Information Environment.” Continuing Education workshop, Long Island Library Resources Council (LILRC), Plainview-Old Bethpage Public Library. 2/15/2011. Invited. http://bit.ly/moblitlilrc
  • With Chad Mairn. “Handheld Librarians’ Mobile Tech Tutorial.” Preconference. Internet librarian 2010. Monterey, Ca. 10/24/2010.
  • Preconference workshop: “SMS Reference: Text Messaging & the Future of Information Services.” Computers In Libraries Conference, 4/11/2010.
  • Preconference: “Text Messaging, Twitter, and Libraries.” American Library Association Midwinter Meeting, 1/15/2010. http://www.acrl.org/ala/mgrps/divs/acrl/events/textandtwitter.cfm
  • “Text Messaging Reference.” Metropolitan New York Library Council Professional Development program, 11/13/2009.
  • “Twitter, Libraries and Skills for the Future.” Long Island Library Resources Council Continuing Education. Sachem Public Library, 10/5/2009.
  • “Handheld Librarians’ Mobile Tech Tutorial.” Preconference. Internet librarian 2010. Monterey, Ca. 10/24/2010.
  • Full day workshop on mobile technologies for Libraries. Capital District Library Council Emerging Technology Committee. Albany, NY. 5/4/2010.

My Full CV:

My complete record of accomplishments is available online at http://joemurphylibraryfuture.com/about-cv

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