Presentations by Diane Harley

Keynote. Predicting the Future of Scholarly Communication: Faculty Values, Disciplinary Cultures, and Advancing Careers. Publish or Perish? The Future of Scholarly Publishing and Careers. February 13 – 14, 2014 UC Davis Conference, Innovating Communication in Scholarship (ICIS) Project. http://icis.ucdavis.edu/?page_id=22

A Workshop. Science communication in academic institutions: Sustainable Infrastructures for Life Science Communication.  National Academy of Sciences’ Roundtable on Public Interfaces of the Life Sciences. Washington, D.C. December 9–10, 2013

Invited Panel. Open Access in Publishing and Data: New Challenges and Opportunities. American Educational Research Association. Participants: John M. Willinsky, Stanford University; Diane Harley, University of California, Berkeley; Joan Ferrini-Mundy, National Science Foundation; Alison Mudditt, University of California Press; Felice J. Levine, American Educational Research Association, San Francisco. April 28, 2013.

Invitation only conference on the Future of  Publishing and Open Access in the Social Sciences. American Educational Research Association. Washington D.C. November 9-10, 2012.

Panel. The Transformation of Peer Review. American Association of University Publishers (AAUP) 2012 Annual Meeting. Chicago IL. June 20, 2012.

Joint Information Systems Committee UK (JISC) and Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Workshop: “Transforming Opportunities in Scholarly Discourse.” Birmingham, UK. July 5-6, 2012.

Keynote. Developing a Digital Textbook Strategy. Symposium sponsored by Florida’s 12 state universities and 28 colleges, the Florida Board of Governors, the Division of Florida Colleges, and the Florida Distance Learning Consortium. Orlando, Florida. February 8, 2012.

Keynote. Sloan Summit II: Open Access - Mission and Mandate. Provosts meeting. Boston Library Consortium; Tufts University School of Medicine. January 12-13, 2012.

Socio-cultural barriers and affordances for data sharing and citation standards and practices. Harley, Diane. National Academy of Sciences. Developing Data Attribution and Citation Practices and Standards. An International Symposium and Workshop. US CODATA and the Board on Research Data and Information in collaboration with CODATA-ICSTI Task Group on Data Citation Standards and Practices. August 22-23, 2011.

Keynote. Harley, Diane. "General Education in the US: Models, Issues and the University of California Commission." (Educação Geral nos Estados Unidos: modelos, questões e a proposta da Universidade da Califórnia).  The Center for Advanced Studies (CEAV), University of Campinas, Brasil. November 4, 2010.

Plenary. Harley, Diane. "The Future of Peer Review in Academic Promotion and Publishing." 2010 Provost Conference: Scholarly Communication in the Digital Age. University of Denver, Denver, CO. Friday, October 29, 2010.

Plenary. Harley, Diane. "The Future of the Past: Scholarship in the Digital Future." American Association of University Publishers (AAUP) 2010 Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City, UT. June 17-20, 2010.

Briefing. Harley, Diane. "Scholarly Communication and Faculty Values & Needs." Association of Research Libraries (ARL). 156th ARL Membership Meeting. Seattle, WA. April 28-30, 2010.(Invited.)

Briefing. Harley, Diane. "Assessing the Future Landscape of Scholarly Communication: An Exploration of Faculty Values and Needs in Seven Disciplines." Spring 2010 Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Membership Meeting. Baltimore, MD, April 12-13, 2010. (Invited.)

Keynote: Harley, Diane. "The Future of Scholarly Communication." The Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN) Annual Meeting (consortium of the libraries of Duke, North Carolina Central University, North Carolina State University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). Chapel Hill, NC. July 19, 2010.

Panel.  "Last Bastions: The Promise and Problems of Digital Learning in Higher Education." Elizabeth Losh (University of California, Irvine), Lev Manovich (University of California, San Diego), Todd Presner (University of California, Los Angeles), Diane Harley (University of California, Berkeley), Holly Willis (University of Southern California) MacArthur Foundation. Digital Media and Learning Conference: Diversifying Participation. University of California, San Diego, CA. February 18-20, 2010. (Invited.)

Plenary. Harley, Diane. "The Culture of Free:  The User Perspective on Publishing in an Era of Changing Expectations." Professional & Scholarly Publishing (PSP) Division of American Association of Publishers 2010 Annual Conference.  Washington, DC. February 3rd, 2010. (Invited.)

Featured Speaker. Seminar on the Future of Scholarly Communication.  October 22, 2009.  Ithaka and the A.W. Mellon Foundation.  New York, NY. (Invited.)

Featured Speaker. UC San Diego Faculty Scholarly Communication Luncheon Series.
"What Faculty Want, What Faculty Need:  Academic Values and Scholarly Communication Practices in 12 Disciplines." Sponsored by the UCSD Academic Senate and University Library. University of California, San Diego, CA. February 12, 2009 (Invited.)

Plenary. Harley, Diane."Assessing Quality in the Digital Environment." Association of Research Libraries (ARL). The 152nd ARL Membership Meeting. Institutional Strategies Supporting E-Scholarship & Multidisciplinary Research. Coral Gables, FL. May 21-23, 2008.

Keynote. Harley, Diane. "Academic Values and Scholarly Communication Practices." Conference on Scholarly Communication: Trends in Scholarly Communication.
The Royal Library and Copenhagen University's Library and Information Service (CULIS), Copenhagen, DK. December 1, 2008.

Keynote. Harley, Diane. “Publishing, Promotion, and Tenure: the Academy and its Values." Part of the series "Shifting Ground: Changing Research and Publication," sponsored by the Penn State University Libraries Colloquia Committee and the Office of Digital Scholarly Publishing.  With Michael Berube. State College, PA. October 22, 2007. (Invited)

Panel. “The UC General Education Forum.”  A panel discussion of the UC Commission's report on General Education.   Neil Smelser, Diane Harley, Bill Ladusaw, Christina Maslach, Patricia Turner, Keith Williams. C. Judson King, Moderator.  University of California, Berkeley, CA. September 12, 2007.

Panel. Harley, Diane, C. Judson King, Mark J. McCabe, Roger Schonfeld, and Christopher Surridge. “Measuring Quality in the Digital Environment: Peer Review and Beyond.” Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. June 8, 2007.  (Invited)

Keynote. Harley, Diane. "Academic Values and Scholarly Communication Practices: Analysis of Faculty Choice and Opinion in 12 Disciplines." The Provost Task Force on Scholarly Communication: The Evolving World of Scholarly Communication and its Impact on Promotion and Tenure, Purdue University Scholarly Communication Forum. Purdue University, IN. May 6th, 2007.

Panel. Harley, Diane, Gregory Levine, Katherine Corcoran, and Kathleen McCarthy. “Managing the Move from Old Technology to New: Cultivating Communities in Our Learning Landscape.” Teaching, Learning & Technology Symposium, University of California, Berkeley, CA. May 2, 2007. (Invited)

Panel. Harley, Diane, David Green, Robert Lancefield, Sherry Hsi, Günter Waibel, Susan Chun, and Layna White. “Museum Images On-line: Meeting the Needs of Educators.” Museums and the Web: International Conference for Culture and Heritage Online. San Francisco, CA, April 11-14, 2007. (Invited)

Panel. Harley, Diane. Presentation: "Use of the Internet and Higher Education: Likely Future Trends." Rory Hume, Clifford Lynch, Gary Matkin, Diane Harley, Richard Garrett. CSHE@50: A Reflection and Prospectus on Globalization and Higher Education Conference, University of California, Berkeley, CA.  March 27‑28, 2007. (Invited)

Harley, Diane.  "Why Study Users? An Environmental Scan of Use and Users in the Humanities and Social Sciences." Presentation to The Educause Learning  Initiative (ELI) 2007 Annual Meeting, Creating a Successful Learning Culture: Connecting Learners, Communities, and Information, Atlanta, GA. January 23,  2007. (peer reviewed) http://connect.educause.edu/library/abstract/WhyStudyUsersAnEnvir/39292

Briefing. Harley, Diane.  "Where Faculty Publish:  Perceptions of Relative Quality and Peer Review." Fall 2006 CNI (Coalition for Networked Information) Task Force Meeting, Washington, DC. December 4-5, 2006. (Invited)

Harley, Diane. "The Influence of Academic Values on Scholarly Publication and Communication Practices." Fall 2006 Information Access Seminar, School of Information, University of California, Berkeley, CA. With C. Judson King. November 17, 2006.

"Moving Beyond the Innovators: Expanding the Use of Digital Resources in Undergraduate Education." The Western Cooperative for Educational Telecommunications WCET 18th Annual Conference, Portland, OR. November 3, 2006.

"The Influence of Academic Values on Scholarly Publication and Communication Practices." Association of Research Libraries Proceedings of the 149th ARL Membership Meeting, Washington, DC. October 18-19, 2006.

"Initial Findings on the Use of Digital Resources in Humanities and Social Science (H/SS) Undergraduate Education." Presentation for Syllabus Conference. San Francisco, CA. July 19, 2004. With A. Head and J. Henke.
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"University Instruction with Web and Video Tools." Presentation for A.W. Mellon CEUTT Principal Investigators Meeting, Nothwestern University, IL. November 18-19, 2002.

"Costs, Culture, and Complexity, An Analysis of Technology Enhancements in a Large Lecture Course at UC Berkeley." Berkeley Multimedia and Graphics Seminar, UC Berkeley. October 16, 2002. Available online.

"An Economic Analysis of Technology Enhancements in a Large Lecture Course at UC Berkeley." European Higher Education Society (EAIR), 24th Annual Forum, Prague. September 8-11, 2002.

"Successful Partnering." Forging Library Partnerships in a Networked Age Conference, Librarians Association of the University of California, Berkeley. November 2, 2001.

"An Economic Analysis of Technology Enhancements to a Large Lecture Course." Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Tampere, Finland. June 27, 2001.

"The Use of ICT in Higher Education: International Trends and Issues." Innovation and Sustainability: Re-inventing the University for Technological Change, International Conference, Center for Higher Education, Bertelsmann Foundation, Karlsruhe, Germany. October 18-19, 2000.

"Humanities Computing at a Multiversity: The UC Berkeley Humanities and Technology Project." ACH-ALLC Computing in the Humanities Conference, University of Virginia. June 9-13, 1999. Abstract available online.

"Experimenting with Innovations in Humanities Teaching at UC Berkeley." Keynote address. The Future of the Humanities in the Digital Age Conference, Bergen, Norway. September 25-28, 1998.