“Hands-on History: Teaching Skills in the Archives.” Teaching History to Undergraduates: A Regional Conversation. Brooklyn, NY. May 2014. Panelists: Elizabeth Call, Julie Golia, Sara Haviland, Eric Platt.
“Teaching Critical Thinking in an Increasingly Digital Age: Strategies, Struggles, and Success Stories.” Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association. Washington, DC. January 2014. Panelist: Eric Platt.
“Lessons from the Archives: Three Colleges Partner with Brooklyn Historical Society.” American Studies Association (ASA) Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. November 21 – 24, 2013. Chair and panelist: Leah Dilworth. Panelists: Alice Anderson, Peter Catapano, Athena Devlin, Robin M. Katz, Jennifer Wingate.
“Primary Source Instruction in Higher Ed.” Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC). Philadelphia, PA. November 7 – 9, 2013. Paper by Robin M. Katz.
“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. NYU Poly. Brooklyn, NY. April 30, 2013. Paper by Robin M. Katz.
“Museums and Higher Education in the 21st Century: Collaborative Methods and Models for Innovation.” 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. Chair and panelist: Robin M. Katz. Panelists: Leah Dilworth, Robin Michals, Eric Platt.
“Roundtable: Getting Students into Archives.” National Council for Public History Annual Conference. Ottawa, Canada. April 20, 2013. Presenter: Julie Golia.
“Creating the Civil Rights in Brooklyn Collection: Struggles and Lessons in Facilitating Undergraduate Oral History Projects.” Oral History Association (OHA) Annual Meeting. Cleveland, OH. October 10 – 14, 2012. Chair and panelist: Robin M. Katz. Co-authored by Julie Golia.
“Engaging Undergraduates, Advancing Archives: Innovative Approaches for a ‘Forgotten’ User Group.” Society of American Archivists (SAA) Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. August 6 – 11, 2012. Paper by Robin M. Katz.
“Gendering Brooklyn: Teaching about Women and Gender in Brooklyn Historical Society’s Archives.” Students and Faculty in the Archives Summer Institute, Brooklyn Historical Society. Brooklyn, NY. June 12, 2012. Lecture by Julie Golia.
“Bringing Students of All Ages to our Archives.” Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC). Cape May, NJ. April 13, 2012. Chair and panelist: Larry Weimer. Panelists: Samantha Gibson, Robin M. Katz.
“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. Paper by Robin M. Katz.
“Using Brooklyn’s History to Enhance the First Year of City Tech’s Students.” CUNY CUE (Coordinated Undergraduate Education) conference. College of Staten Island, Staten Island, NY. May 11, 2012. Moderator and panelist: Barbara Mishara. Panelists: Peter Catapano, Jody Rosen.
“Teaching Brooklyn History through the Archive.” Brooklyn Aesthetics conference. St. Francis College, Brooklyn, NY. April 21, 2012. Chair and panelist: Alexandria Egler. Panelists: Robin M. Katz, Sara Haviland, Eric Platt.
“What is Vaudeville? The Brooklyn Experience.” Brooklyn Aesthetics conference. St. Francis College, Brooklyn, NY. April 21, 2012. Paper by Peter Catapano.
“Teaching American Studies through the Lens of Commemorative Practices.” SFC American Studies Colloquium. St. Francis College, Brooklyn, NY. April 11, 2012. Lecture by Jennifer Wingate.
“Partnering with a History Museum: Archival and Oral History Research in Pursuit of Freedom.” Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). St. Louis, MO. March 21, 2012 . Paper by Deborah Mutnick.
“Using Technology to Bring Brooklyn’s History into City Tech’s Future.” CUNY IT Conference. John Jay College, New York, NY. December 1, 2011. Panelists: Peter Catapano, Matthew K. Gold, Julie Golia, Robin M. Katz, Barbara Mishara, Jody Rosen.