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Smith, Kai A. (March 2015). “Five in Two: Dispatches from Residencies on Creating Sustainable Programs.” Poster presented at 2015 Association of College and Research Libraries Conference in Portland, Oregon. (ACRL 2015). [PDF]

 

Smith, Kai A. (May 2014). “The Politics of Diversity in the Art Library Profession.” Co-moderater for panel discussion at 2014 Annual Art Library Society of North America Conference (ARLIS/NA) in Washington, D.C. (ARLIS/NA 2014).

 

Smith, Kai A. (May 2014). “Digitizing Ephemera: A Case Study for Research, Strategy, and Implementation of a Digitization Plan for the National Gallery of Art Library’s Vertical Files.Poster presented at 2014 Annual Art Library Society of North America Conference (ARLIS/NA) in Washington, D.C. (ARLIS/NA 2014). [PDF] 

 

Smith, Kai A. and Musolff, Meghan. (January 2014). Using Omeka to Promote Your Collections: A Case Study with the Leonard B. Willeke Postcard Collection.In the Proceedings at American Library Association, Academic and College Research Libraries Arts section Midwinter Virtual  Forum. (ALA ACRL/ARTS 2014). [SLIDES]

 

Smith, Kai A. (April 2013). “Whether to Boogie Board or Surf the E-books Wave?” In the Proceedings at 2013 Annual Art Library Society of North America Conference (ARLIS/NA) in Pasadena, CA. [PDF]

 

Smith, Kai A. (March 2013). “Archiving Your Digital Material At Home.” Tech Teach Series. Pequot Library. [SLIDES]

 

Smith, Kai A. (March 2013). Barnard College. “Visual Literacy.” Visual Literacy Week. BLAIS Library. [SLIDES]

 

Smith, Kai. (December 2012). “Annotated Bibliography on Professor Edward J. Sullivan’s Works in English.” Art Historical Theories and Methodologies. Pratt Institute. [SLIDES] [PDF

 

Smith, Kai A. (Summer 2012).“Kingston, Jamaica: Mapping Urbanization.” Institute on Map Collections. Pratt Institute. [SLIDES]

 

Smith, Kai A. (December 2011). “A Research Guide to Jamaican Art.” Introduction to Art Librarianship. Pratt Institute. [LINK]