Talks, Podcasts, Webinars

If you want to see or hear what it is like when I give talks, present research, teach, or have conversations with people, here are some examples that were actually recorded. If you want to have me on your podcast/at your conference, let me know!


Library Punk Episode 51

with Dorothea Salo


Getting Air with Terry Greene

Nov 15, 2019: “Live” from the TESS conference in Toronto


“What Lies Beneath”  conference presentation with Lawrie Phipps, ALT conference, September, Manchester, UK.

Metric, the User Experience podcast, with Michael Schofield:

“In this episode of Metric: The User Experience Podcast, Donna Lanclos – an unapologetic anthropologist and folklorist – talks about the ethics of gathering personal data in the name of good UX, and how that’s incredibly complicated to justify. We chat about learning analytics in universities, the concept of “UX Washing”, and privacy as a social justice issue.”


“Being Human is Your Problem” closing keynote for ALT-C 2016, with Dave White.


“networkED:  The London University”  at the London School of Economics, at the invitation of Peter Bryant and Jane Secker, LSE LTI.

“Marvellous Mapping: Reflecting on online identities and practises using Visitors and Residents Mapping” at NUI Galway, with David White, at the invitation of Catherine Cronin, and courtesy of funding from the HEIE.    Interview before the workshop.


“UNC Charlotte Active Learning Classrooms” via UNC Charlotte’s Center for Teaching and Learning, released Sept 19.

“Evaluating Online Behaviours: A Visitors and Residents Approach.” With Lynn Silipigni Connaway, David White,Presented as a webinar in collaboration with JISC, 15 July

. (pptx: 12.5 MB/40 slides). View on SlideShare

“Best Practices for Library Website User Experience”,  with Somaly Kim Wu, for EasyBib:

“Library Policy and Design:  an Ethnographic Approach,” for EasyBib:


“The Behavior of Finding Information,” for EDUCAUSE, Dec 6, 2013, with Lynn S. Connaway and Erin M. Hood:

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