Robin M. Katz
Lightning Round. “Five Ways to Teach Critical Primary Source Research (Even If the Archives Replicate Dominant Power Structures).” Critical Pedagogy Symposium, May 17, 2021.
Panel. “Integrating Research into Undergraduate Assignments.” Disruptive Education Symposium (University of California, Riverside), May 7, 2021.
Webinar. “How to Google for Primary Sources: Teaching Users/Students to Evaluate Primary Sources Remotely.” Midwest Archives Conference, February 2, 2021.
Chair and Moderator. RBMS Forum: “Stories of Resistance from Special Collections.” American Library Association annual conference (Washington, DC), June 23, 2019.
Plenary Moderator. “What a Living World Demands.” Rare Book and Manuscript Section conference (Baltimore, MD), June 21, 2019.
Seminar. “Do Your Metrics Measure Up? Assessment & Implementing the New Standards for Public Services Statistics.” Rare Book and Manuscript Section conference (Baltimore, MD), June 21, 2019.
Roundtable Discussion. “Putting the SAA-ACRL/RBMS Guidelines for Primary Source Literacy into Action.” Association of College and Research Libraries conference (Cleveland, OH), April 11, 2019.
Panel. “Building Belonging: Strategies for Diverse and Inclusive Collection Development, In-reach, Outreach, and Instruction.” Society of California Archivists annual general meeting (Long Beach, CA), April 25, 2019.
Panel and Participatory Session. “Where Do We Go from Here? Constructing a Community of Archives Educators.” Teaching Undergraduates with Archives symposium (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI), November 9, 2018.
Moderator. “Growth and Sustainability in Instruction Programs.” Teaching Undergraduates with Archives symposium (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI), November 9, 2018.
Panel. “Collections-Based Learning: Ideas from Your Colleagues in Special Collections & Archives.” Western Museums Association annual meeting (Tacoma, WA), October 23, 2018.
Panel. “Primary Source Literacy as a Tool for Student Engagement and Faculty Partnerships.” Rare Book and Manuscript Section conference (New Orleans, LA), June 20, 2018.
Panel. “Interactive Instruction: Strategy, Curriculum, and Evaluation.” Society of California Archivists annual general meeting (Yosemite, CA), April 13, 2018.
Presentation with a UCR faculty member. “Zine Remediations: Student-Centered Experiential Learning, Faculty-Librarian Collaborations, and the Possibilities of (Digital) Critical Pedagogy.” From Evidence to Scholarship conference (Reed College, Portland, OR), March 16, 2018.
Panel. “Archivists in the Classroom: Using Your Collections for Instruction.” Congressional Papers Section Day Program, Society of American Archivists annual meeting (Portland, OR), July 26, 2017.
Seminar. “Radical Collaboration: Outreach, In-reach, and Moving Past the Notion of the ‘Crown Jewel.’” Rare Book and Manuscript Section conference (Iowa City, IA), June 22, 2017.
Poster. “Establishing a Baseline: Piloting the New Standards for Measuring Public Services in Special Collections.” Librarians Association of the University of California assembly (Irvine, CA), April 20, 2017.
Panel. “You Are Not Alone! Navigating the Implementation of New Archival Systems.” Society of American Archivists annual meeting (Atlanta, GA), August 5, 2016.
Poster. “Getting Out of the Inbox: Using Customer Service Ticketing Systems for Reference Email at Brooklyn Historical Society and UC Riverside.” Rare Book and Manuscript Section conference (Coral Gables, FL), June 24, 2016.
Panel. “Working Together on Students and Faculty in the Archives and TeachArchives.org.” Society of American Archivists annual meeting (Cleveland, OH), August 20, 2015.
Panel. “Double Dutch: Explorations in Hybrid Primary Source Instruction.” Sponsored by ALA/SAA/AAM Joint Committee on Archives, Libraries, and Museums. American Library Association annual conference (San Francisco, CA), June 27, 2015.
Seminar (moderator). “Meeting Researchers Where They Are: A User-Driven Manifesto.” Rare Book and Manuscript Section conference (Oakland, CA), June 25, 2015.
Speaker. “Why to Bring Students to the Archives (and How).” University of Georgia National Speaker Series (Athens, GA), March 31, 2015.
Panel. “Teaching with Archives (and archivists!)” National Council of History Education annual conference (St. Augustine, FL), March 21, 2015.
Speaker. “Modeling Document Analysis in the Archives.” Colby College Museum of Art Mellon Foundation Faculty Symposium (Waterville, ME), April 10, 2015.
Workshop (full-day). “Designing an Effective Instruction Program.” Rare Book and Manuscript Section conference (Las Vegas, NV), June 24, 2015.
Panel. “Lessons from the Archive: Three Colleges Partner with Brooklyn Historical Society.” American Studies Association annual meeting (Washington, DC), November 24, 2013.
Panel. “Primary Source Instruction in Higher Ed.” Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference fall conference (Philadelphia, PA), November 7, 2013.
Panel. “Using Primary Sources in College Courses: Lessons from Students and Faculty in the Archives at Brooklyn Historical Society.” Panel on teaching with archives organized by ACRL/NY at NYU Poly (Brooklyn, NY), April 30, 2013.
Panel. “Museums Work: Success Stories of Students and Faculty in the Archives.” Conference organized by the Baruch College-Rubin Museum of Art Project: “Museums and Higher Education in the 21st Century: Collaborative Methods and Models for Innovation.” (Baruch College, New York, NY), April 25, 2013.
Speaker. “Using Archives in Place-Based Learning.” Invited to speak to visiting faculty from Kapi’olani Community College in Hawaii, a partner of City Tech’s I-Cubed project (Brooklyn, NY). February 28, 2013.
Podcast interview. “Episode 3: Archives in the Classroom.” More Product, Less Process. 2013.
Panel (chair). “Creating the Civil Rights in Brooklyn Collection: Struggles and Lessons in Facilitating Undergraduate Oral History Projects.” Oral History Association annual meeting (Cleveland, OH), October 12, 2012.
Panel. “Engaging Undergraduates, Advancing Archives: Innovative Approaches for a ‘Forgotten’ User Group.” Society of American Archivists annual meeting (San Diego, CA) August 10, 2012.
Panel. “21 and Under.” New York City Museum Educators Roundtable annual conference (New York, NY), May 14, 2012. Panel. “Teaching Brooklyn History through the Archive.” Brooklyn Aesthetics conference (Brooklyn, NY), April 21, 2012.
Panel. “Bringing Students of All Ages to Our Archives.” Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference spring conference (Cape May, NJ), April 13, 2012.
Speaker. “Why You Should Partner with Off-Campus Special Collections – and what to ask before you do!” Columbia University Libraries symposium (New York, NY), March 16, 2012.
Lecture. “Public Health, Past and Present: Stories from Brooklyn Historical Society.” Orientation event for Master of Public Health students: “Brooklyn’s Health: Past, Present, and Future.” (Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus, Brooklyn, NY), September 19, 2012.
Brooklyn, NY.Panel. “Using Technology to Bring Brooklyn’s History into City Tech’s Future.” CUNY IT conference (New York, NY), December 1, 2011.
Lecture. “Public Health, Past and Present: Stories from Brooklyn Historical Society.” Orientation event for Master of Public Health students: “Brooklyn’s Health: Past, Present, and Future.” Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus (Brooklyn, NY), September 12, 2011.
Poster. “The Survey as Outreach: Measuring Recognition Can Further Promote Resources and Services.” Library Assessment conference (Baltimore, MD), October 29 – 31, 2010.
Panel. “Laying the Building Blocks of Our Collaborative Digital Future.” Rare Book and Manuscript Section preconference (Philadelphia, PA), June 23, 2010.
Poster. “Curating Digital Collections: UVM Libraries’ Center for Digital Initiatives.” New England Archivists spring meeting (Amherst, MA), March 19 – 20, 2010.
Presentation. “Collection Development Innovations in the Center for Digital Initiatives.” Vermont Catalogers Roundtable spring meeting. Burlington, VT. May 20, 2010.
Lecture. “William Morris and the Kelmscott Press.” Collection in Focus members program. Ingalls Library, Cleveland Museum of Art (Cleveland, OH), April 2, 2009.
Lecture. “William Morris and the Kelmscott Press.” Book Arts Cleveland event. Ingalls Library, Cleveland Museum of Art (Cleveland, OH), April 1, 2009.