Conference

Verbovetskaya, A. (2017, October 20). Adjusting your package: Using the Central Package Manager in the Primo NUI. Presentation at Ex Libris Northeast User Group (ENUG) 2017 conference, Jersey City, NJ.

Verbovetskaya, A. (2016, May 6). EZ come, EZ go: User-triggered error reporting in EZproxy. Presentation at Ex Libris Users of North America (ELUNA) 2016 conference, Oklahoma City, OK.

Collins, K. J. & Verbovetskaya, A. (2016, May 5). Manage—rather than be managed by—your Primo Sandbox environment: Automatically update your Primo Sandbox from your Aleph environment with a simple procedure for staff. Presentation at Ex Libris Users of North America (ELUNA) 2016 conference, Oklahoma City, OK.

Verbovetskaya, A. (2015, May 6). Making the most of your Primo UI in a cloud-based environment. Presentation at Ex Libris Users of North America (ELUNA) 2015 conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Verbovetskaya, A. (2014, September 16). Text me, maybe: Implementing texting functionality in the Aleph OPAC. Presentation at International Group of Ex Libris Users (IGeLU) 2014 conference, Oxford, England, UK.

Collins, K. J. & Verbovetskaya, A. (2014, September 16). Managing a three-ring circus: Upgrading Aleph, implementing Primo, and maintaining support for a quarter million users. Presentation at International Group of Ex Libris Users (IGeLU) 2014 conference, Oxford, England, UK.

Verbovetskaya, A. (2014, May 1). Text me, maybe: Implementing texting functionality in the Aleph OPAC. Presentation at Ex Libris Users of North America (ELUNA) 2014 conference, Montreal, QC, Canada.

Verbovetskaya, A. (2013, October 11). Text me, maybe: Implementing texting functionality in the Aleph OPAC. Presentation at Ex Libris Northeast User Group (ENUG) 2013 conference, Storrs, CT.

Collins, K. J. & Verbovetskaya, A. (2013, May 1). Aleph-to-go: How CUNY adapted Aleph for a mobile population. Presentation at Ex Libris Users of North America (ELUNA) 2013 conference, Athens, GA.

Verbovetskaya, A. (2012, June 8). From backstage to center stage: Librarians as actors in video tutorials. Presentation at SUNYLA 2012: Fashioning the Library of the Future conference, New York, NY. Slides available at https://goo.gl/U8RDL.

Havelka, S. & Verbovetskaya, A. (2012, March 16). Mobile information literacy: Let’s use an app for that! Presentation at 3Ts 2012: Engaging Students with Transliteracy, Technology, and Teaching conference, Albany, NY.

Arzola, R., Havelka, S., King, J. A., Soto, A., & Verbovetskaya, A. (2010, December 14). Future is now: Introducing eReaders to CUNY libraries. Presentation at CUNY 9th Annual IT Conference, New York, NY.

Verbovetskaya, A. & Gurgov, V. (2009, June 3). WIMS: A database-driven solution for managing online resources. Discussion session at LibCampNYC 2009, Brooklyn, NY.


Invited

Verbovetskaya, A. (2017, November 3). Cataloging practices & OneSearch: Functions & mechanisms of local cataloging on local resources loaded into Primo. Invited talk at the Library Association of the City University of New York (LACUNY) Cataloging Roundtable group meeting, New York, NY.

Verbovetskaya, A., Samieske, R., & Collins, K. J. (2017, May 5). One search, many systems: The ins and outs of Primo at CUNY. Invited talk at the Library Association of the City University of New York (LACUNY) Reference Roundtable group meeting, New York, NY.

Havelka, S. & Verbovetskaya, A. (2011, November 9). Smart(phone) searching: Information retrieval on the go. Invited talk at the monthly meeting of the Hunter College Library Professional Development Group, New York, NY.


Professional Development

Verbovetskaya, A. (2013, July 29). Text me, maybe: Implementing texting functionality in the library OPAC. Presentation at Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO) Code4LibNYC group meeting, New York, NY.

Havelka, S. & Verbovetskaya, A. (2011, May 12). Mobile information literacy: Let’s use an app for that! Presentation at LACUNY Emerging Technologies Committee meeting, New York, NY.

Verbovetskaya, A. (2009, June 18). Throwing students for a LOOP: Designing, developing, and testing an online library orientation. Presentation at Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO) Bibliographic Instruction Special Interest Group meeting, New York, NY.