For a complete list of Prof. Borgman’s talks and presentations, please visit her
bepress Presentations page.

Recent Presentations

21 April 2017. “Why Data Sharing & Reuse Are Hard To Do?” Christine Borgman & Irene Pasquetto, Speakers, The BD2K Guide to the Fundamentals of Data Science Series. (more information and slides)

22 February 2017. “Users and uses of a digital data archive: A case study of DANS” Keynote, KnoweScape 2017, Sofia, Bulgaria. (more information and slides)

20 January 2017. “Protecting Climate Data in Times of Political Turmoil” Workshop on political action to sustain access to essential data on climate change, Center for Knowledge Infrastructure, Department of Information Studies, UCLA (more information and slides)

6 December 2016. “Big Data, Little Data, or No Data? Sustaining Access to Scholarship” Distinguished Lecture, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China (more information and slides)

5 December 2016. “Data, Data Citation, and Bibliometrics” Keynote Speech, Taiwan Data Curation and Citation Workshop, National Taiwan University Library, Taiwan (more information and slides)

16 October 2016. “The Durability and Fragility of Knowledge Infrastructures: Lessons Learned from Astronomy” ASIST Paper Presentation, Copenhagen, Denmark (more information and slides)

5 October 2016. “Motivations for Sharing and Reusing Data: Complexities and Contradictions in the Use of a Digital Data Archive” Seminar Presentation, Quello Center on Media, Communication, and Information Policy, Michigan State University (more information and slides)

13 September 2016. “If Data Sharing is the Answer, What is the Question?” Keynote Presentation, SciDataCon 2016, Denver, Colorado (Video)(more information and slides)

13 September 2016. “How, When, and Why are Data Open? Competing Perspectives on Open Data in Science” Moderator’s Remarks, SciDataCon 2016, Denver, Colorado (more information and slides)

13 September 2016. “Open Data in Astronomy Sky Surveys” Panel Presentation, SciDataCon 2016, Denver, Colorado (more information and slides)

11 September 2016. “Privacy Implications of Research Data: A NISO Symposium” NISO-RDA Joint Interest Group, Denver, Colorado (more information and slides)

17 August 2016. “Rethinking Scholarship: Data Analytics in Chinese Buddhist Philology” PNC 2016 Annual Conference and Joint Meetings, The Getty Center (more information and slides)

25 May 2016. “Colloquium: Data Sharing: Where Scholarship Meets Policy and Practice” Maastricht University, Netherlands (more information and slides)

9 May 2016. “Big Data, Little Data, No Data – Who is in Charge of Data Quality?” World Data Systems Webinar, ICSU (more information and slides)

1-2 December 2015. “When and Why Should Research Data be Sustained?” National Science Foundation Workshop (more information and slides)

26 October 2015. “Creating, Collaborating, and Celebrating the Diversity of Research Data” Seminar presentation, University of Tsukuba (more information and slides)

25 August 2015. “Data Citation and Scholarship” Identify Citation Workshop, CODATA-ICSTI Task Group. (more information and slides)

17 June 2015. “Data, Digital Scholarship, and DANS” Seminar presentation, Digital Archiving and Networked Services (more information and slides)

10 June 2015. “Dataverse in the Universe of Data” Dataverse Community Meeting 2015 (more information and slides)


Video Presentations and Talks