Other Presentations

Invited Talks

Smale, M. A. and Regalado, M. (2017, November). Who are today’s urban learners: Assumptions & expectations of digital natives. Presented to the First Year Experience/General Education Committees, New York City College of Technology, Brooklyn, NY.

Smale, M. A. and Regalado, M. (2017, October). Student taskscapes: Understanding CUNY undergraduates’ lived experiences. Presented at the Academic Center for Excellence in Research and Teaching (ACERT), Hunter College, New York, NY.

Smale, M. A., and Regalado, M. (2017, May). Understanding the whole student: CUNY undergraduates’ lived experiences. Keynote at Teach @ CUNY Day, The CUNY Graduate Center, NY. Video | Slides | Notes

Smale, M. A., and Regalado, M. (2015, April). “Some kinda privacy when I study” Students in the College Library. Presented at the Connecticut Library Association Conference, Mystic, CT.

Smale, M. A. (2015, March). Using Games in Information Literacy Instruction. Presented to LIS 606 – Information Literacy and Library Instruction, Prof. Clay Williams, Palmer School of Library and Information Science, Long Island University, NY.

Smale, M. A., and Regalado, M. (2015, March). Undergraduates Using Technology: An Investigation at Six CUNY Colleges.Presented at the Lunch & Learn Series, School of Public Health, Hunter College, NY.

Smale, M. A., and Regalado, M. (2015, January). The Academic Ecosystems of CUNY Students: “As long as I could sit, I’ll study.” Presented at Making Gen Ed Live, New York City College of Technology, Brooklyn, NY.

Smale, M. A., and Regalado, M. (2014, October). “Anytime I’m on the train, I would just type it up:” Commuter Students Using Technology, keynote at the York College Symposium on Teaching and Learning with Technology, NY. Slides | Notes (both PDF)

Smale, M. A., Bisz, J., and Shad, R. (2014, May). Game-based learning in higher education. Panel discussion at the Bronx Ed Tech Showcase, Bronx Community College, NY. Video

Deutch, M., Palmquist, J., Webber-Bey, D., Ovadia, S., and Smale, M. A. (2014, April). A game changer: Open educational resources. Panel presented at the Brooklyn College Core Conference, Brooklyn College, NY.

Smale, M. A., and Regalado, M. (2014, February). Serious, convenient, comfortable: Tech tools and study spaces for student research. Presented at Barnard College Library, NY.

Smale, M. A. (2014, January). Game on: Using Games in Information Literacy Instruction. Presented at the Long Island University Information Literacy Town Hall, Brookville, NY.

Potter, L., and Smale, M. A. (2013, November). What’s your game plan? A game-based workshop with the CUNY Games Network. Presented at the Academic Center for Excellence in Research and Teaching, Hunter College, NY.

Smale, M. A., and Burkhardt, A. (2013, October). Games in education: A library perspective. Presented as a NITLE Shared Academics Seminar, National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education.

Smale, M. A. (2013, June). Open > closed: Why you should publish open access. Presented at the American Library Association New Members Roundtable New Librarian’s Guide to Professional Writing & Publishing Webinar.

Smale, M. A., and Regalado, M. (2013, May). The Undergraduate Scholarly Habits Ethnography Project. Presented at Knowing Our Audience: CUNY Students in the Library, sponsored by the Library Association of CUNY Instruction Committee, CUNY Graduate Center, NY.

Smale, M. A. (2013, March). Using new technologies (and games!) in information literacy instruction. Presented to LIS 606 – Information Literacy and Library Instruction, Prof. Clay Williams, Palmer School of Library and Information Science, Long Island University, NY.

Smale, M. A. (2012, November). OA is the way! Why you should publish open access. Presented at the New York Library Association (NYLA) Annual Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY.

Smale, M. A. (2012, April). Looking to the future: Open access publishing & an institutional repository for CUNY. Presented at 21st Century Scholarship – Institutional Repositories and CUNY: Present Use and Future Promise, Hunter College, NY.

Smale, M. A. (2012, March; 2011, August). Using games for information literacy instruction. Presented to LIS 606 – Information Literacy and the Academic Library, Prof. Clay Williams, Palmer School of Library and Information Science, Long Island University, New York.

Smale, M. A., and Regalado, M. (2012, March). How do our students do research-based assignments? Presented at Teaching Tuesdays, Academic Center for Excellence in Research and Teaching, Hunter College, NY.

Smale, M. A., and Regalado, M. (2011, December). “The campus doesn’t have a refrigerator:” Student study habits and the library. Presented at Hunter College Library Faculty Teaching & Research Forum, Hunter College, NY.

Smale, M. A., and Regalado, M. (2011, November). Some observations on qualitative research (in libraries). Presented to LIS 608 – Human Information Behavior, Prof. Cristina Pattuelli, School of Information and Library Science, Pratt Institute, New York, NY.

Bisz, J., Offenholley, K., Potter, L., and Smale, M. A. (September, 2011). Games-based learning in practice at CUNY. Presented at the CUNY Digital Studies/Digital Humanities Seminar, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY.

Hernandez, C. and Smale, M. A. (2010, December). Gaming across the curriculum. Presented at Tech Tuesday, Center for Teaching and Learning, Queens College, CUNY, Flushing, NY.

Smale, M. A. (2010, September). The academic library job search. Presented to LIS 631 – Academic Libraries and Scholarly Communication, Prof. Debbie Rabina, School of Information and Library Science, Pratt Institute, New York, NY.

Regalado, M., and Smale, M. A. (2010, June). Undergraduate Scholarly Habits Ethnography Project. Presented at the LACUNY Spring Membership Meeting Grace-Ellen McCrann Memorial Lecture, New York, NY.

Smale, M. A. (2008, November). Academic librarianship. Presented to LIS 697 – Academic Libraries and Scholarly Communication, Prof. Debbie Rabina, School of Information and Library Science, Pratt Institute, New York, NY.

Professional Development Presentations/Workshops

Regalado, M., and Smale, M. A. (2017, November). Assessing student use of the library with ethnographic methods. Presented at the Southeastern NY Library Resources Council, Highland, NY.

Regalado, M., and Smale, M. A. (2017, April). Research implementation: Gathering qualitative data. Presented at CUNY Libraries’ LEAD Workshop, New York, NY.

Regalado, M., Smale, M. A., and Albarillo, F. (2015, April). Assessment in focus: Analyzing data from interviews & focus groups. Presented at the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO), New York, NY.

Regalado, M., Smale, M. A., and Albarillo, F. (2015, March). Assessment in focus: Conducting effective interviews & focus groups. Presented at the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO), New York, NY.

Smale, M. A. (2014, July). Guest moderated critical librarianship (#critlib) Twitter discussion on critical librarianship and assessment.

Smale, M. A. (2104, April). Gaming. Presented at the LILAC Spring Program “From stale to stellar: Practical innovations for teaching information literacy,” Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY.

Cirasella, J., Sellie, A., and Smale, M. A. (2012, January). Open access publishing: Activism by and for CUNY library faculty.Presented at the LACUNY Dialogues: Libraries, Librarians, and Advocacy, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY.

Smale, M. A. (2010, February). Creditable strategies: The library course in the CUNY curriculum. Panel participant, LILAC Winter Program, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY.

Smale, M. A. (2009, April). Fireshot and Twitter Firefox plugins. Presented at the Firefox Plugin Showcase, LACUNY Emerging Technologies Committee Spring Program, New York, NY.

Cirasella, J., and Smale, M. A. (2008, November). Google Docs. Presented at Google Chrome, Google Docs and the Explosion of Cloud Computing, LACUNY Emerging Technologies Committee Fall Program, New York, NY.

Smale, M. A. (2008, November). Active learning in one-shot instruction sessions. Presented at the METRO Bibliographic Instruction SIG, New York, NY.

Events Organized

CUNY Games Conference 4.0, a conference on game-based learning in higher education (co-organizer), CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY, January 22-23, 2018.

CUNY Games Festival 3.0, a conference on game-based learning in higher education (co-organizer), CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY, January 22-23, 2016.

CUNY Games Festival 2.0, a conference on game-based learning in higher education (co-organizer), CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY, January 16-17, 2015.

CUNY Games Festival, a conference on game-based learning in higher education (co-organizer), CUNY Graduate Center, New York, January 17-18, 2014.

Not Content with the Same Old Content: Using Technology to Enhance and Deliver Content in CUNY Libraries (co-organizer), CUNY IT Conference, December 4, 2009.

Contemporary Zooarchaeology: Case Studies from the Old and New Worlds (co-organizer, with J. Z. Holt), Society for American Archaeology Meetings, New Orleans, April, 1996.