Anna Lauren Hoffmann:
- Presented as an invited speaker for the 4th Annual Information + Humanities Conference, convened by Penn State's Center for Humanities and Information. Her talk was titled “Beyond Fairness: Data, Violence, and the Limits of Antidiscrimination Discourse.”
- Gave an invited lecture titled “Beyond Fairness: Justice, Discourse, and Violence in a Datafied World” at UC San Diego's Halıcıoğlu Data Science Institute. Afterwards, she also spoke as part of the event, "Mozilla @ UCSD: A conversation about student advocacy for the Development of Trustworthy AI", with Lilly Irani (UCSD) and Kaili Lambe (Mozilla).
Marika Cifor presented as an invited speaker for the 4th Annual Information + Humanities Conference, convened by Penn State's Center for Humanities and Information. Her talk was titled "The Undetectable Archive: Curating for the Present and Future of AIDS."
J. Elizabeth Mills and Rachel Clarke presented at the OCLC Library Futures Community Catalysts Conference. They presented a pre-conference workshop titled "Design a Powerful Story: Applying Design Principles to Communicate Impact and Promote Value for Public Libraries." The conference took place in Phoenix, Arizona.
Katie Davis and Cecilia Aragon’s new book called Writers in the Secret Garden, was featured in an article titled “What Fan Fiction Teaches That the Classroom Doesn’t” published by The Atlantic.
Anind Dey’s work on wearable technology and well-being was highlighted in the Science 101 article titled “Smartphones and Fitbits Can Spot Loneliness In Its Tracks.”
Rolf Hapel gave two presentations as the keynote speaker at Kitsap Regional Libraries Staff Day 2019:
- “Trends in Libraries and Library Work” in which he talked about current issues facing libraries including user involvement, maker culture and co-creation, misinformation, social challenges, equity, and staff competencies.
- “Four Spaces of the Public Library” in which he talked about the thinking model for library development developed by the Danish Institute for Library Science.