Presentations

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

 
Video Presentations and Talks 

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Recent Presentations

22 April 2021. “Data, Code, and Pipelines: Knowledge Infrastructures in Astronomy” Christine L. Borgman, Netherlands Graduate Research School of Science, Technology and Modern Culture. 

8 April 2021. “Big Data, Little Data, or No Data? Scholarship, Stewardship, and Humanities Research” Christine L. Borgman, Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH), University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg. (more information and slides)

19 March 2021. “Big Data, Little Data, or No Data? A Social Science Perspective on Data Science” Christine L. Borgman, Women in Data Science Conference, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. (more information and slides)

15 March 2020 / 13 August 2020. “Big Data, Little Data, or No Data? Why Human Interaction with Data is a Hard Problem” Christine L. Borgman, ACM SIGIR Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval , Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. (more information and slides)

13 March 2020. “Open data, grey data, and stewardship: Universities at the privacy frontier” Christine L. Borgman, Colloquium Series of University of British Columbia, School of Information, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. (more information)

15 November 2019. “Data: Unstable in concept and context [Lightning Talk]” Christine L. Borgman, Rich Context Workshop, National Press Club, Washington D.C. (more information and slides)

7 November 2019. “Data, infrastructure, and stewardship [Keynote]” Christine L. Borgman, Space Studies Board, National Academies of Sciences, Beckman Center, University of California, Irvine, CA. (more information and slides)

22 October 2019.  “ASIST: Past, present, future [ASIST Merit Award]” Christine L. Borgman, Association for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting, Melbourne, Australia. (more information)

19 August 2019. ” How does the Vertical Integration of Information System Markets Undermine Scholarship and Academic Freedom?” Christine L. Borgman, 2019 Special Workshop on Information Systems Research and Development: How Can Information Systems Make the World a Better Place? A Festschrift Workshop for Burt Swanson, Santa Barbara, CA. 

25 July 2019. “Whose Science? Whose Data? Whose Evidence?” Christine L. Borgman, Keynote presentation of Open Science and the Role of Common Evidence Sage Bionetworks 10th Anniversary Assembly, Seattle, WA. (more information and slides)

17-18 June 2019. “Why Data Sharing and Reuse in Biomedicine are Hard to Do” Christine L. Borgman, University of California AI in Biomedicine Conference, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA. (more information and slides)

5 December 2018. “Research Data Alliance in the Science Data-Sharing Landscape” Christine L. Borgman, RDA-France Conference in Partnership with National Open Science Plan for France, Paris, France. (more information and slides)

4 December 2018. “Big Science, Little Science, and Open Science: Sustainability, Stewardship, and Knowledge Infrastructures” Christine L. Borgman, National Open Science Plan for France: From Strategy to Action, Paris, France. (more information and slides)

14 November 2018. “Data handling in theory and practice: Scholarship, stewardship, and libraries” Christine L. Borgman, Information Studies Congress on Data Handling, Institute of Library and Information Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico. 

10 October 2018. “Open Data, Grey Data, and Stewardship: Universities at the Privacy Frontier” Christine L. Borgman, Berkman Klein Luncheon Series, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. (more information and slides)

3 October 2018. “The invisible knowledge infrastructure of astronomy: A sharper focus on blurry data” Christine L. Borgman, Seamless Astronomy Colloquium, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, MA. (more information and slides)

15 September 2018. “Big data, little data, or no data? Systematic reviews in an age of open data” Christine L. Borgman and Irene Pasquetto, Cochrane Colloquium, Edinburgh. (more information and slides)

15 September 2018. “How and why do scientists reuse others’ data to produce new knowledge?” Christine L. Borgman and Irene Pasquetto, Cochrane Colloquium: Fringe Event, Edinburgh. (more information and slides)

7 May 2018. “Big data, little data, or no data? iSchools, scholarship, and stewardship” Christine L. Borgman, Inaugural iSchool Lecture, Linnaeus University, Sweden. (more information and slides)

4 May 2018. “Data sharing and reuse in interdisciplinary scientific collaborations: Challenges of heterogeneous practice” Christine L. Borgman, The Pufendorf IAS Symposium on Interdisciplinarity, Lund University, Sweden. (more information and slides)

3 May 2018. “Big data, little data, or no data? Scholarship, stewardship, and interdisciplinary research” Christine L. Borgman, Pufendorf Institute, Data Theme Seminar Series, Lund University, Sweden. (more information and slides)

2 May 2018. “The Durability and Fragility of Knowledge Infrastructures: Lessons learned from Astronomy” Christine L. Borgman , Lund University, Sweden. (more information and slides)

27 February 2018. “Big data, little data, or no data? Scholarship and stewardship to build the UC digital library” Christine L. Borgman, Keynote presented at the Digital Library Federation X Conference, University of California, Riverside,CA. (more information and slides)

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

12 December 2017. “Data, Code, Algorithms, and Astronomical Knowledge Production” Christine L. Borgman, the Galactic Center Group Workshop 2017, Luskin Conference Center, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA. (more information and slides)

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

16 November 2017. “Open Data, Trust, and Stewardship: Universities at the Privacy Frontier” Christine L. Borgman, Tenth Annual Privacy Lecture, Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, Berkeley, CA. (more information and video)

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

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

29 May 2017. “Science, Scholarship, Knowledge Infrastructures, and Judy & Gary Olson” Christine L. Borgman, the Gary and Judy Olson’s Retirement Celebration, University of California, Irvine, CA. (more information and slides)

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

21 April 2017. “Why Data Sharing and Reuse Are Hard To Do?” Christine L. Borgman & Irene V. Pasquetto, The Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) Guide to the Fundamentals of Data Science Webinar. (more information and video)

23 March 2017. “Academic Senate Engagement in Governance of IT and Cyber Risk” Christine L. Borgman, University of California Cyber Risk Governance Committee meeting, Oakland, CA. (more information and slides)

7 March 2017. “The Durability and Fragility of Knowledge Infrastructures: Lessons learned from Astronomy” Christine L. Borgman , UCLA Division of Astronomy & Astrophysics, Los Angeles, CA.

3 March 2017. “Making, Curating and Engaging Data (UCLA Digital Humanities Seminar)” Christine L. Borgman, Big Data in Education and Information Studies: A Symposium by Interactions, UCLA GSE&IS Journal, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA. (more information and slides)

20 January 2017. “Big Data, Little Data, or No Data? Sustaining Access to Research Data” Christine L. Borgman, Protecting Climate Data in Times of Political Turmoil, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.