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Denzer, J. & Ginsberg, S. “Makerspace Marketing: A Library Anniversary Extravaganza.” SUNY Librarians Association (SUNYLA) Conference, Syracuse, NY, 2019.
Ginsberg, S. & West, B. “To Inclusivity and Beyond: Being Mindful of LGBTQ+ Individuals in Libraries.” RRLC Inclusive Libraries Conference, Rochester, NY, 2018.
Denzer, J. & Ginsberg, S. “MAKEing Connections: Library Makerspaces for Outreach and Promotion.” SUNY Librarians Association (SUNYLA) Conference, Canandaigua, NY, 2018.
West, B., Hoffman, K., Costello, M., Feerrar, J., Elmore, J., & Ginsberg. S.
"Creative Instructional Design in Academic Libraries." ACRL eLearning
Webinar. 2017. (Invited presentation)
Ginsberg, S. & Di Monte, L. "Diversity, Inclusion, and Empowerment in
Library Makerspaces." LITA Online Learning Webinar. 2017.
Ginsberg, S. “Getting Started with Makerspaces.” International Association of School
Librarians (IASL) Conference, Long Beach, CA, 2017. (Invited distance presentation)
Ginsberg, S. & Mitchell, E. “Ramp Up Your Diversity and Inclusion Efforts: Concrete
Steps For Your Library.” SUNY Librarians Association (SUNYLA) Conference,
Stony Brook, NY, 2017.
Ginsberg, S., & Mitchell, E. “Making Space for Diversity: Inclusiveness in Library Makerspaces,” National Diversity in Libraries Conference, Los Angeles, CA, 2016.
Ginsberg, S., & West, B. “What’s Your LGBTQ IQ?” SUNY Librarians Association (SUNYLA) Conference, Binghamton, NY, 2016.
Ginsberg, S. “Creating at the Library: Maker Services Pilot at SUNY Oswego,” Conference on Instruction and Technology, Potsdam, NY, 2016.
Ginsberg, S. “Making Spaces: (re)Discovering the Maker Movement in Libraries,” Necessary Knowledge Live (North Central Kansas Library System), Manhattan, KS, 2015. (Invited keynote)
Ginsberg, S., Hatch, M. & Moore, C. “How Makerspaces and DIY Science Can Promote STEM Learning at Every Age,” American Library Association Annual, San Francisco, CA, 2015. (Invited panel)
Image Credits: “presentation” by Garrett Knoll from the Noun Project and “webinar” by Vectors Point from the Noun Project