New Books Network, New Books in Technology Podcast. (February 2016).
MIT Press Podcast Episode 78. (December 2015).
Virtual Field Trips to the Past. ArtTechPsyche Symposium. Harvard University. 24 March 2023.
Emerging Technologies for Workforce Training. Workshop on extraterrestrial construction workforce development. Organized by the Future of Work at the Human-Technology Frontier Program (NSF Award #2222890). 21 February 2023.
Metadata Symposium to launch a revision to the Government of Canada Standard on Metadata. With Flavio Rizzolo, Stéphane Crête, Bruce Schneier, Renee Sieber, and Louise Spiteri. Government of Canada. 5 May 2022.
Introduction to Metadata for the Music Industry. Presentation to the Spotify Catalog Quality team. 15 February 2022.
Virtual Support Services: Technology Considerations, with Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA). Presentation to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. 13 December 2021.
What is Open Access?, with Naresh Agarwal. Open Access Week symposium focused on the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. 28 October 2021.
“Metadata for 3D assets.” Virtual and Extended Reality Panel, with Catherine Dumas, Sarah Pratt, & Rachel Williams. INFOCon 2021. 20 October 2021.
Introduction to Metadata for Deep Learning. Data Science and Machine Learning Seminar Series, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Purdue University Fort Wayne. 15 October 2020.
Panel moderator for the “Where is the AR/VR applications market in education heading?” session, LearnLaunch Across Boundaries Conference, Boston MA. 31 January 2020.
EDUCAUSE Live! Webinar: XR for Teaching and Learning, with D. Christopher Brooks. EDUCAUSE webinar. 12 November 2019.
XR on Campus: Vanguard Applications in Teaching and Learning, with D. Christopher Brooks. EDUCAUSE webinar. 30 November 2017.
EDUCAUSE LIVE! Today’s Higher Ed IT Workforce, with D. Christopher Brooks. EDUCAUSE webinar. 10 May 2016.
“Open DPLA,” with Robin Peek. Simmons College GSLIS. 24 October 2013.
“How to teach collaboration in Reference courses?” Panel presentation “No More Lone Rangers: Setting the research and education agenda for collaborative information work in virtual environments,” with M. Kathleen Kern, Marie L. Radford, Joe Sanchez, and Lorri Mon, at the 2010 iConference. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 5 February 2010. [Lorri’s presentation] [Joe’s presentation]
“How to collect reference questions and answers for research purposes?” Panel presentation “Developing a Collaborative Sandbox for Digital Library Research,” with Xia Lin, Daqing He, Lorri Mon, and Haozhen Zhao, at the 2010 iConference. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 4 February 2010.
Pomerantz, J., & Wildemuth, B.M. (2007). Digital curation issues within the context of a curriculum for digital librarianship. DigCCurr 2007: An International Symposium on Digital Curation, Chapel Hill, NC, April 19, 2007. [slides]
“Question Taxonomies for Digital Reference.” Panel presentation on “Subject-Based Virtual Reference: Avenues and Vehicles for Success” at the 66th American Society for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting. Long Beach, CA. 20 October 2003.
“Classification and Ontology for Digital Libraries.” Presentation to delegates from Kim Chaek University of Technology, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. The Maxwell School of Syracuse University. 21 April 2003.
Pomerantz, J. (2002, 2 August). Integrating Digital Reference Service into the Digital Library Environment. Paper presented at the Digital Reference Research Symposium, Cambridge, MA. Streaming audio ACRL e-learning webcast available at:
Lavender, K., Nicholson, S., & Pomerantz, J. (2003, 18 November). Crossing the Bridge between Museums and Academic Special Collections: An Analysis of the Digital Reference Function. Paper presented at the 5th Annual VRD Conference, San Antonio, TX.
Pomerantz, J. (2002, 11 November). Integrating Digital Reference Service into the Digital Library Environment. Paper presented at the 4th Annual VRD Conference: Charting the Course for Reference: Toward a Preferred Future, Chicago.
“Perspectives on Technical Literacy.” Joint discussion panel between Syracuse University’s Schools of Information Studies and Composition and Cultural Rhetoric. IST Brownbag series. 23 March 2001.
Pomerantz, J. (23 June 2020). Extending XR across Campus: Adoption and Deployment. NERCOMP Annual Conference Online.
Pomerantz, J. (8 January 2020). Campus of the Future Research Project: The Story So Far. XR in Education Workshop. Yale University, New Haven, CT.
Pomerantz, J., Anderson, M., Brown, M., Hibbert, M., & Thompson, M. (15 October 2019). XR on Campus: Vanguard Applications in Teaching and Learning. EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.
Pomerantz, J. (January 2019). Teaching and Learning with Extended Reality Technology. BOBCATSSS 2019 Conference. Osijek, Croatia.
Brooks, D. C. & Pomerantz, J. (November 2017). The 2017 ECAR Faculty and Student Technology Surveys. EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
Brooks, D. C. & Pomerantz, J. (April 2017). Roads Taken, or What Robert Frost Can’t Tell Us about Higher Ed IT Career Paths. Session at EDUCAUSE Connect: Chicago, Chicago, IL.
Pomerantz, J. & Brooks, D. C. (March 2017). Roads Taken, or What Robert Frost Can’t Tell Us about Higher Ed IT Career Paths. Session at EDUCAUSE Connect: Portland, Portland, OR.
Dahlstrom, E., Pomerantz, J., & Brooks, D. C. (February 2017). The Stat is Right! The Ed Tech Quiz Show. Session at ELI Annual Meeting, Houston, TX.
Pomerantz, J. & Brooks, D. C. (October 2016). Analytics and Student Success: Research and Benchmarking. EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA.
Brooks, D. C. & Pomerantz, J. (October 2016). Student and Faculty Technology Experiences: Research and Benchmarking. EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA.
Pomerantz, J. & Shulman, B. (April 2016). “Should I Stay or Should I Go?” Lessons Learned from the Clash and ECAR’s Higher Ed Workforce Study. Session at EDUCAUSE Connect: Miami, Miami, FL.
Dahlstrom, E. & Pomerantz, J. (March 2016). “Should I Stay or Should I Go?” Lessons Learned from the Clash and ECAR’s Higher Ed Workforce Study. Session at EDUCAUSE Connect: Denver, Denver, CO.
“Maximizing Open Access and the DPLA.” DPLAfest, Boston, MA. 25 October 2013. With Robin Peek and Sandra McIntyre.
Pomerantz, J., Mostafa, J., Qin, J., Weech, T., Tammaro, A. M., & Jelušić, T. A. (2009). Developing a Joint EU-US Digital Library Curriculum. iConference 2009, Chapel Hill, NC. February 8, 2009. [slides]
“Comparing Curricula for Digital Library and Digital Curation Education.” DigCCurr 2009. Chapel Hill, NC. 2 April 2009. [Conference proceedings]
The Librarian Invasion: Evaluating the Slam the Boards Effort. Presented at ASIST 2008 Annual Meeting, Columbus, Ohio, October 24-29, 2008.
Developing curriculum for digital libraries and digital curation education: Reflections on synergies and divergencies. Presented at ASIST 2008 Annual Meeting, Columbus, Ohio, October 24-29, 2008.
E-Valuating E-Reference: Transforming Digital Reference through Research and Evaluation. Presented at ASIST 2008 Annual Meeting, Columbus, Ohio, October 24-29, 2008.
Wildemuth, B.M., Pomerantz, J., Oh, S., Yang, S., & Fox, E.A. (2008). Preliminary results from field testing of DL curriculum modules. Paper presented at the workshop, “Education for Digital Stewardship: Libarians, Archivists, or Digital Curators?”, Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, Pittsburgh, PA, June 16-20, 2008. [slides]
Fox, E. A., Yang, S., Wildemuth, B. M., Pomerantz, J. P. (2006). Digital library curriculum development: Enhancing education and comprehension of NDLTD. Paper presented at ETD 2006: The 9th International Symposium on Electronic Theses and Dissertations, Quebec, Canada, June 7-10, 2006. [slides]
“The Use of Electronic Resources by Digital Reference Services.” Libraries in the Digital Age 2005. Dubrovnik, Croatia. 2 June 2005.
Digital Library Education and Training. Presented at ASIST 2004 Annual Meeting, Providence, Rhode Island, November 13-18, 2004.
Pomerantz, J., & Stutzman, F. Lyceum: A Blogsphere for Library Reference. Panel presentation on “Weblog applications in eLearning, business and libraries” at the Thirteenth International World Wide Web Conference. New York, NY. 18 May 2004.
“Repeated Survey Analysis of AskERIC User Survey Data, 1998-2002.” VRD 2003 Annual Digital Reference Conference. San Antonio, TX. 18 November 2003.
“Crossing the Bridge between Museums and Academic Special Collections: An Analysis of the Digital Reference Function.” VRD 2003 Annual Digital Reference Conference. San Antonio, TX. 18 November 2003. With Scott Nicholson and Kenneth Lavender.
“Taxonomies for Automated Question Triage in Digital Reference.” Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2003. Houston, TX. 28 May 2003. With R. David Lankes.
“Integrating Digital Reference into the Digital Library Environment.” VRD 2002 Annual Digital Reference Conference. Chicago, IL. 11 November 2002.
“Be Careful What You Wish For: Designing Tools for Digital Reference” VRD 2001 Annual Digital Reference Conference. Orlando, FL. 13 November 2001. With Yvonne Belanger.
“The Importance of Ontology: Creating a System for Shared Information & Referral.” VRD 2001 Annual Digital Reference Conference. Orlando, FL. 13 November 2001. With Joanne Silverstein.
“Genres from the Bottom Up: What Has the Web Brought Us?” 64th Annual Society for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting. Washington D.C. 6 November 2001. With Michael Nilan and Stephen Paling. [View the presentation]
“What We Really Know About Electronic Scholarly Journals.” National Online Meeting & IOLS ’99. New York, NY. 19 May 1999. With Robin Peek.