“Publishing Journals using Open Journal Systems“. Berlin 10 Open Access Conference, Stellenbosch, South Africa, November 2012.
“Massive! Open! Online!: Understanding MOOCs and Their Impact on Library Instruction and Services“. WILU Conference, Edmonton, AB, May 2012.
“Open Access for Open Learning“, BCLA Conference, Richmond, BC, May 2012 (panel).
“OJS UnWorkshop“. THATCamp Publishing, Baltimore, MD, October 2011.
“Open Content, Experiential Learning, and Online Community-building: The Continuing Contribution of Open Journal Systems to Open Education“. Open Education Conference, Park City, UT, October 2011.
“Open Journal Systems: An Introduction to an Open Source Publishing Option“. EIFL-OA Themed Week, October 2011.
“Open Source for Library Decision Makers“. Access Conference, Vancouver, BC, October 2011 (panel).
“OJS Workshop“. Third International PKP Scholarly Publishing Conference, Berlin, Germany, September 2011.
“Scholarly Society Journals in Transition to Open Access“. Conference of the Open Access Publishers Association, Tallinn, Estonia, September 2011 (panel).
“Panning for Gold: Finding Hidden Resources using Link Resolver Technology“. EIFL-FOSS Themed Week, March 2011.
“Reaching the World with Qualitative Research: Publishing in Open-Access E-journals”. International Conference of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign), Champaign, IL, May 2010 (panel).
“OJS and OCS Workshops”. University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PEI, October 2009.
“OJS Workshop”. Second International PKP Scholarly Publishing Conference, Vancouver, BC, July 2009.
“Now on the Horizon: Start-Ups and Scholarly Apps that can Change Your World”. Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May 2009 (panel).
“OJS Workshop and PKP Presentation”, University of Indiana, Bloomington, IN, April 2009.
“Public Knowledge Project Workshop”. Berlin 6 Conference, Dusseldorf, Germany, November 2008.
“Scholarly Publishing Models and Praxis: The Public Knowledge Project and Open Journal Systems”, Globalization and the Management of Information Resources Conference, Sofia, Bulgaria, November 2008.
“The Public Knowledge Project: Increasing Access, Increasing Knowledge”, Education Institute, October 2008.
“Open Journal Systems Workshop”, Using Open Access Models for Science Dissemination Conference, Trieste, Italy, July 8/9, 2008.
“Open Journal Systems: Working with Different Editorial and Economic Models”, ELPUB 2008, Toronto, ON, June 2008 (panel).
“The Public Knowledge Project: Open Source Software Helping Journals Around the World”, Council for Science Editors Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, May 2008 (panel).
“Confronting the Crisis in Scholarly Publishing: Libraries and the Public Knowledge Project”, Canadian Library Association Conference 2008, Vancouver, BC, May 2008.
“Taking the SLA Forum Online with the Open Journal Systems”, Saskatchewan and Manitoba Library Associations Joint Conference, Regina, SK, May 2007 (panel).
“OJS in a Nutshell”, British Columbia Library Association Conference 2008, Richmond, BC, April 2008.
“Building Open Access Communities with Open Source Software”, Open Access Collections Conference, Brisbane, Australia, February 2008.
“The Public Knowledge Project: Breaking Down the Barriers to Open Access”, Digital Culture Talks, The National Library of Australia, Canberra, Australia, February 2008.
“The Public Knowledge Project: Open Source/Open Access”, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, February 2008.
“Reinventing the Journal Under Open Access”, Charleston Library Conference, Charleston, SC, November 2007 (panel).
“OJS in an Afternoon”, First International PKP Scholarly Publishing Conference, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, July 2007.
“reSearcher Software for COPPUL Libraries”, Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries, Edmonton, AB, September 2006.
“Electronic Resource Management Systems: Overview and Implementation”, Canadian Library Association Conference 2006, Ottawa, ON, June 2006 (panel).
“Libraries Sharing Technology for Sharing”, British Columbia Library Association Conference 2006, Burnaby, BC, April 2006 (panel).
“dbWiz: Open Source Federated Searching”, TAL Federated Search Symposium, Calgary, AB, February 2006.
“Open Source Software at SFU”, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark, December 2005.
“CUFTS: Open Source Serials Management”, Netspeed Conference 2005, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, October 2005.
“library2vendor: Open Source Development at SFU Library”, Access Conference 2005, University of Alberta, Edmonton, October 2005 (panel).
“Humanities and Social Science E-Journal Hosting at the SFU Library”, Canadian Association of Learned Journals, University of Western Ontario, ON, June 2005 (panel).
“Open Journal Systems Workshop”, Synergies: Canadian Network of Digital Publishing and Dissemination Platforms Conference, Universitie de Montreal, PQ, May 2005.
“Getting Better Results: Federated Searching in the Virtual Library”, Canadian Association for Distance Education Conference, Simon Fraser University, BC, May 2005.
“Transition from Print to e-Journals: Academic Library Perspectives”, British Columbia Library Association Conference, Burnaby, BC, April 2005 (panel).
“dbWiz: Federated Searching in Academic Libraries”, BC Net Advanced Networks Conference, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, April 2005.
“Open Source Software at Simon Fraser University”, Beyond Hope Library Conference, Prince George, BC, April 2005.
“From Topic to Text: The Evolution of reSearcher, an Integrated Open Source Software Project”, Access Conference 2004, Halifax, NS, October 2004.
“Institutional Repositories: Facilitating a Community of Scholarly Information”, Teaching, Learning, and Research Showcase, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, September 2004.
“Using Public Libraries for Activist Research”, MayWorks Festival, Vancouver, BC, May 2004.
“Open Source Link Resolving: Networked Information Retrieval in Post-Secondary Institutions”, BC Net Advanced Networks Conference, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, April 2004.
“Incorporating Library Instruction in Your Online Course”, Symposium on Teaching with Technology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, May 2003 (panel).