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- "The Future of Copyright's First Sale Doctrine," American Assembly and Berkeley Digital Library Copyright Project Workshop, New York, 17 May 2013.
- Envisioning the Future of Science Libraries at Academic Research Institutions," Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York, 1-3 April 2012.
- "E-Books In Libraries," Berkman Center For Internet and Society, New York, 24 February 2012.
- "Emerging Configurations of the Virtual and the Real," National Science Foundation Workshop, Chicago, 20-21 March 2011.
- "Workshop On a Possible National Digital Library," Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1-2 October 2010.
- "Moving Beyond the Book: Joint Meeting of the American Association of University Presses and the Association of Research Libraries," Columbia University, New York, 26 August 2010.
- "New Developments In E-Learning," Kanazawa Institute of Technology/Council on Library and Information Resources Roundtable, Kanazawa, Japan, 8-9 July 2010.
- "Metropolitan New York Library Council Strategic Planning Discussion with Library Leadership," METRO, New York, 2 October 2009.
- "Digital Information Technology and the Dissemination of Knowledge," Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, New York, 17 September 2009.
- "The Google Book Search Settlement Agreement: What Does This Mean for Libraries?" American Library Association and Association of Research Libraries, Washington, DC, 9 February 2009.
- "Future of Research Library Collaboration," Council on Library and Information Resources, Washington, DC, 30 January 2009.
- "Author Rights Policy Issues and the Article Exchange Capabilities Between Institutional Repositories and PubMed Central," Association of Research Libraries/National Library of Medicine, Washington, DC, 9 January 2009.
- "Digital Preservation: Policy, Strategies, Sustainability," Metropolitan New York Library Council, 2008 President's Forum, New York, 13 November 2008.
- "Universal Access Digital Library Summit: National Interests, Common Goals," Sloan Foundation/Boston Library Consortium, Boston, 25 September 2008.
- "Information Professions Accreditation," ASIS&T, Washington, DC, 9 September 2008.
- "University's Role in Publishing Research and Scholarship," AAU/NASULGC,
Washington, DC, 4 August 2008.
- " The University as Publisher," Center for Studies in Higher Education,
University of California Berkeley, 1 November 2007.
- "Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians Online: The Prototype
and the Business Plan," ARTstor, New York, 31 July 2007.
- "Digital Humanities Centers Summit Meeting," National Endowment
for the Humanities, Washington, DC, 12-13 April 2007.
- "Discovery to Delivery in New Contexts," OCLC RLG Programs, New
York Public Library, New York, 15-16 March 2007.
- "Toward a National Library Agenda Summit," American Library Association,
Washington, DC, 10-11 December 2006.
- "Summit on Technology and Change in Academic Libraries," Association
of College and Research Libraries, Chicago, 2-3 November 2006.
- "Digitized Content and Issues for Libraries," American Library
Association, Office of Information Technology Policy, Chicago, 7-9 April 2006.
- "Summit Meeting on the State of Scholarly Publication in Art and Architectural
History," Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, New York, 3 March
- Association of Research Libraries, Research Library Leadership Fellows Program,
Strategic Issues Institute, Columbia University, New York, 18-23 February
- "The Future of Area Librarianship," Indiana University. Bloomington, Indiana, 13-14 July 2005.
- "Correcting Course: Rebalancing Copyright for Libraries in the National
and International Arenas," American Library Association, Office of Information
Technology Policy, Columbia University, New York, 5-7 May 2005.
- "Antitrust Issues in Scholarly and Legal Publishing," Information
Access Alliance and American Antitrust Institute Symposium, Georgetown University
Law Center, Washington, DC, 11 February 2005.
- "Sustainable Models for University-Based Scholarly Publishing,"
Cornell University Project on Creating an Open Access Paradigm for Scholarly
Publishing, New York, 1 June 2004.
- "Preserving America's Printed Resources: The Role of Repositories,
Depositories, and Libraries of Record," Center for Research Libraries/Institute
for Museum and Library Services, Chicago, 22 July 2003.
- "Colloquium on Artifactual Repositories," Research Collections
and Preservation Consortium, Princeton University, 17-18 December 2002.
- "Libraries and the Information Commons Workshop," American Library
Association, Atlanta, 12-13 June 2002.
- "From Printing Press to Digital Text: with 2020 Vision," Apex 2001 Colloquium,
Washington, DC, 8-10 November 2001.
- "New Technology, the Information Commons and the Future of Libraries,"
ALA Office of Information Technology Policy, Aspen Institute, Wye River, Maryland
29 October 2001.
- "Strategic Policy Directions for China/US Library Cooperation," Second
China/US Conference on Libraries, Flushing, New York, 12-14 August 2001.
- "Roundtable on Sustaining Communities of Scholarly Communication in Higher
Education," National Humanities Alliance and Association of Research Libraries,
Philadelphia, 2-3 March 2001.
- "On Developing Agreement on a Sustainable System of Scholarly Communication,"
Association of American Universities and Association of Research Libraries,
Tempe, Arizona, 2-4 March 2000.
- "Who Owns Online Courses and Course Materials? Intellectural Property Policies
for a New Learning Environment," Pew Symposium in Learning and Technology,
Miami, 17-18 February 2000.
- "New Missions of Academic Libraries in the 21st Century." Peking University, Beijing, China, 25-28 October 1998.
- "Roundtable on Managing Intellectual Property in Higher Education," Association
of American Universities and Association of Research Libraries, Baltimore,
13-14 November 1997.
- "The Specialized Scholarly Monograph in Crisis," American Council
of Learned Societies and Association of Research Libraries, Washington, DC,
11-12 September 1997.
- "The University and the Research Library Beyond 2000," OCLC, Dublin, Ohio, 10-11 March 1997.
- "The Future of Campus-Based Electronic Publishing," Columbia University,
New York, 22-23 September 1994.