Johns, E. (2018). Web accessibility guidelines for the non-web developer librarian: Strategies for understanding and meeting WCAG standards in content management systems. MD Tech Connect. Shady Grove, MD.
Johns, E. (2018). Minute Tips for Making Online Learning More Meaningful: Simple Strategies to Engage Learners. Webinar. Special Libraries Association Education Division.
Johns, E. (2018). Make it Meaningful: Motivate the Multitasker and Get Students to Engage in Online Environments. Special Libraries Association Conference, Baltimore, MD.
Johns, E. and Oestreich, S. (2016). Dread Data no More: Crash Course in Data Visualization for Librarians. Webinar. LOEX Encore Presentation.
Johns, E. (2015). Tech Tools for Interaction: Get your Students to take an Active Role in the Classroom. Webinar. Connect & Communicate Series. Pennsylvania Library Association College & Research Division.
Johns, E. (2014). Managing the Media Mayhem: Strategies for Getting Organized and Creating a Set of Best Practices for Your Online Learning Tools. Webinar. Education Institute, The Partnership of Provincial and Territorial Library Associations of Canada.
Johns, E. (2014). Online Visual Tools to Use In the Classroom and Online. Workshop. At John Tyler Community College Library. Midlothian, VA.
Johns, E. (2012). Technology Use and Collaboration in Group Study Rooms: A Study of Students in D.H. Hill Library, North Carolina State University. At “Assessing the Present and Preparing for the Future: A Symposium of Current LIS Research.” At UNC Chapel Hill.
Johns, E. (2012). Student Needs and Expectations of Academic Library Spaces. At North Carolina State University Libraries.
Johns, E. (2014). Developing Online Learning Tools: Strategies for Creating a Set of Best Practices for Your Library. At WILU, “E-magine the Possibilities.” London, Ontario.
Johns, E. (2014). Preparing English-Language Learners for the American Academy: New and Evolving Practices in Course-Integrated Information Literacy in International Student Programming. Poster. At WILU, “E-magine the Possibilities.” London, Ontario.
Johns, E., (2019). Accessibility and Creation of Online Library Materials: Applying Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Panelist. ALA Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.
- American Libraries Magazine write up of the panel: Dankowski, Terra. (2019). Universal design for all learners: Academic librarians offer tips on designing course materials. American Libraries Magazine.
Johns, E. Oestreich, S., (2018). On the Edge: How to Provide Course and Program-Integrated Library Support without being Embedded. Distance Library Services Conference, San Antonio, TX.
Johns, E. Price, C., (2018). “Where in the World is My Librarian? Creating cross-campus collaborations to seamlessly connect with students when librarians, students, and faculty are in different locations. Distance Library Services Conference, San Antonio, TX.
Johns, E. (2017). Finding and Evaluating Educational Literature. Online Workshop. Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning Network.
Thompson, E., Johns, E., and Nuccilli, M. (2017). Infographics. Webinar. ACRL University Libraries Section Technology in University Libraries Committee.
Johns, E. and Oestreich, S. (2016). Dread Data no More: Crash Course in Data Visualization for Librarians. LOEX, “Learning from the Past, Building for the Future.” Pittsburgh, PA.
Johns, E. (2015). Interactive Options in Online Learning. Webinar. ACRL Instruction Section, Instructional Technologies Committee Fall Discussion.
Simpson, S. Johns, E., Oestreich, S. and Rizzo-Busack, H. (2015). Stale to Stellar: How a Community of Practice Ignited a Sea Change. Virtually co-led a panel presentation. Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy. Savannah, GA.
Teaching, Learning and Technology Committee. Contributor. (2015). Keeping it Real: Tech Tools for Information Literacy Instruction. Discussion Forum. ALA Midwinter. Chicago, IL.
Johns, E. (2014). To Infinity and Beyond Videos: Creating a Coordinated Suite of Online Learning Tools that Engage Researchers and Enhance Learning. Lightning Talk. LOEX 2014 Conference, “Creative Visualization: The Art of Information Literacy.” Grand Rapids, MI.
Johns, E., and Oestreich, S. (2017). Time Crunch: How to fit assessment into an already packed lesson. Interactive workshop. Southeastern Library Assessment Conference, Atlanta, GA.
Johns, E., Price, C., Ungaretti, T. (2017). Managing a Mind Shift: How a Library Partnership Helps Medical Practitioners transform into Medical Educators. Towson Conference for Academic Libraries, Towson, MD.
Johns, E., Oestreich, S. (2017). Triple Threat Making in One-Shot Session: Creating Technology Integrated, Collaborative Learning by Doing Learning Assessments. Interactive Workshop. PA Forward Information Literacy Summit. State College, PA.
Johns, E., Oestreich, S. (2017). Collaboration Doesn’t End in the Classroom: Extending Collaboration into Post-Instruction Reflection to Continually Improve Teaching. Lightning Talk. PA Forward Information Literacy Summit. State College, PA.
Oestreich, S., Johns, E. (2017). Rethinking Embedded Librarianship: A fresh perspective on traditional classes. Lightning Talk. PA Forward Information Literacy Summit. State College, PA.
Johns, E. (2016). From Database Dumps to Top-Notch Teaching Tools: Designing Targeted Research Guides with Users in Mind. Interactive Workshop. PA Forward Information Literacy Summit. State College, PA.
Johns, E. (2016). From Flat to Flavorful: Fancying Up Handouts and Informational Flyers with Infographics. Interactive Workshop. PA Forward Information Literacy Summit. State College, PA.
Johns, E. (2014). Creating a Colorful Classroom: Bringing Visual Media and Graphics into the Information Literacy Session. Lightning Talk. The Innovative Library Classroom. Radford, VA.
Johns, E., Chapman, J. (2012.) The State of the Archives: Current Issues in Newspaper Digitization. Poster. Society of North Carolina Archivists Annual Conference.
Simpson, S., Oestreich, S., Rizzo-Busack, H. and Johns, E. (2015). The Wizards of What? Faculty Perceptions of Information Literacy Skills. JHU Sheridan Libraries First Thursday Presentation Series. Baltimore, MD.