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

bepress Presentations page.

Video Presentations and Talks 


Recent Presentations

7 February 2018. “Academic Senate and IT Leadership: Shared Governance in Practice” Christine Borgman & Maryann Martone, University of California Information Technology Leadership Council. (more information and slides)

17 November 2017. “If Data Sharing is the Answer, What is the Question?” Christine Borgman, Berkeley Information Access Seminar. (more information and slides)

16 November 2017. “Open Data, Trust, and Stewardship: Universities at the Privacy Frontier” Christine Borgman, The 10th Annual BCLT Privacy Lecture. (more information and slides)

26 June 2017. “Faculty Engagement to Reduce PII (Personally Identifiable Information) Risk” Christine Borgman & David G. Kay, University of California Cyber Risk Governance Committee. (more information and slides)

7 June 2017. “Big Data, Little Data, or No Data? Knowledge Infrastructures for the Earth Sciences” Christine Borgman, EarthCube All Hands Meeting. (more information and slides)

31 May 2017. “Science, Scholarship, Knowledge Infrastructures, and Judy & Gary Olson” Christine Borgman, Gary & Judy Olson’s Retirement Celebration. (more information and slides)

9 May 2017. “The Challenges of Reproducibility In Data Scarce Fields” Christine Borgman & Peter Darch, DataONE Webinar. (more information and slides)

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)

23 March 2017. “Academic Senate Engagement in Governance of IT and Cyber Risk” University of California Cyber Risk Governance Committee, 2017. (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)