Campbell, H., Redden, M., Schwartz, M., Winterstein, S. Hot Takes: Reorienting Librarian-ED Partnerships toward Non-Neutrality and EDI-D. Panel at EDC 2022. February 2022. University of Waterloo. Waterloo, ON.
Schwartz, M. Queer Paper. Invited talk for Paperology RAG. February 2022.
Freeman, W., Schwartz, M. Values for Open Pedagogy: What reasons do faculty give for developing open educational practices? Presentation at OTESSA, Congress of the Social Sciences and the Humanities. May 2021. Western University, London, ON.
Freeman, W., Maloley, C., Schwartz, M., Savicevic, N. The ABCs of Course Redesign: Engaging with the ABC Rapid Course Redesign Method. Workshop at EDC 2020. February 2020. Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS.
Freeman, W., Schwartz, M., Meger, E., Ludbrook, A. Creating Value for Open Educational Practice. Presentation at TESS 2019. November 2019, Toronto, ON.
Crompton, C., Schwartz, M. 2019. Where Our Responsibilities Lie: People, Method, and Digital Cultural History. Paper presented at Digital Humanities 2019. July 2019, Utrecht University.
Crompton, C. Schwartz, M. 2019. LGLC.ca: Taking a Gay Liberation Chronology Online. Paper presented at ALMS 2019. June 2019, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin.
Ludbrook, A., Schwartz, M, Dermody, K. 2018. Digital Citizenship Toolkit: A Collaborative Open Textbook Pilot. Presentation at the Ontario Library Association Superconference. Toronto, ON.
Ludbrook, A., Schwartz, M., Wake Hyde, Z. 2018. How do you eat an
elephant? A bite-sized approach to publishing open textbooks. Roundtable presentation at OpenEd18. October 2018, Niagara, NY.
Kaas-Mason, S., Massey-Beauregard, B., Schwartz, M. 2018. Connect, Engage, Reflect: Using an Online Tool for Interprofessional Learning. Presentation at the Digital Pedagogy Institute. August 2018. Brock University.
Crompton, C., Schwartz, M. 2018. More Than “Nice to Have”: TEI-to-Linked Data Conversion. Poster presented at Digital Humanities 2018. July 2018, El Colegio de México and Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.
Schwartz, M, Ludbrook, A. 2018. Collaborative Open Textbook Creation: Ryerson Library working with Rebus Community. Presentation at TRY+ Library Conference, May 2018, University of Toronto.
Schwartz, M., Ludbrook, A. 2017. Building an Open University. Spotlight on Open Educational Resources. October 2017, International Open Access Week, Ryerson University.
Schwartz, M., Crompton, C. 2017. Beyond the Historic Facade: Skyscrapers, Scapegoats, and the Digital Reclamation of Toronto’s Queer Streetscapes. Poster presented at Digital Humanities 2017. August 2017, McGill University and the Université de Montréal.
Schwartz, M. 2017. #myDHis radically inclusive. Institute Panel: Perspectives on DH. Digital Humanities Summer Institute. June 2017, University of Victoria.
Ludbrook, A., Schwartz, M. 2017. Career Corner: Open Educational Resources. Workshop delivered at 2017 Congress of the Social Sciences and the Humanities. May 2017, Ryerson University.
Schwartz, M., Crompton, C. 2017. “Supporting Student Prosopographical Research.” Paper presented as part of the Futures of Biographical Encoding panel at the CSDH/SCHN Conference at the Congress of the Social Sciences and the Humanities. May 2017, Ryerson University.
Wilson, S., Ludbrook, A., & Schwartz, M. 2017. Open Educational Resources: Opportunities for Librarians. Paper presented at TRY+ Library Conference 2017, Toronto, ON.
Ludbrook, A., Schwartz, M. 2017. Bears, Bears, Bears – Faculty Education about OERs doesn’t have to be Scary. Paper presented at OER17. April 2017, London UK.
Ludbrook, A., Schwartz, M., Wilson, S. 2017. Ryerson’s Open Textbook Authoring Guide. Poster presented at OLA Superconference. February 2017, Toronto.
Kaas-Mason, S., Schwartz M. 2016. Connect, Engage, Reflect: Using an Online Tool for Interprofessional Learning. Workshop delivered at 5th Annual Sunnybrook Education Conference: Innovation in Teaching & Learning, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, November 2016.
Crompton, C., McLeod, D., Schwartz, M. 2016. Tracking LGBT Liberation in Canada. Paper presented at LGBTQ+ Archives, Libraries, Museums and Special Collections, London Metropolitan Archives, June 2016.
Shehata, M., Schwartz, M. 2015. Co-Curricular Activities and their Role in Supporting Experiental Learning. Paper presented at the Canadian Engineering Education Association’s Annual Conference – CEEA2015, McMaster University, May 2015.
Schwartz, M., Ludbrook, A. 2015. Open Access Education – Teaching Using the 5Rs. Poster presented at the Ryerson Faculty Conference.
Schwartz, M., Crompton C. 2014. Visualizing Gay Liberation in Canada: Using Digital Tools to Represent Identity. CSDH/ACCUTE panel on “Difference, Identity, Diversity,” Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Brock University.
Schwartz, M., Andriati, R., Dermody, K., Ko, Y., Whitfield, M. 2014. DIY Video Captioning: Making your videos accessible to all your students. Workshop presented to the Ryerson Faculty Conference.
Schwartz, M., Crompton, C. 2014. Visualizing Gay Liberation in Canada: Using Digital Tools to Represent People and Places. Presentation given at Mediating Lives & Stories: Mining / Making / Meaning, Centre for Digital Humanities Symposium, Ryerson
Schwartz, M., Crompton C. 2011. Shaping Queer Authorship: Canadian Women and the Intersection of Art and Activism. Paper delivered at Canadian Women Writers Conference: Space / Place / Play.
Crompton, C. 2011. Coding Beyond Categories: Self-identification in Lesbian and Gay Liberation In Canada, 1964-1975. Paper delivered at “The Undiscovered Country”: Exploring People and Places through Digital Humanities.
Kinder, D., Foxe, J.P., Schwartz, M. 2011. Information Literacy: Essential Skills for 21st Century Learning. Workshop given at the Ryerson Faculty Conference.
Andriati, R., Antimirova, T., Goetz, S., Hanna, D., McCarthy, G., Schwartz, M., Wilson, S. 2011. How Can Social Media/Web 2.0 Help Today’s Learners? Workshop given at the Ryerson Faculty Conference.
Schwartz, M, Crompton C. 2011. What She Said: Recovering Women’s Contributions to the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives [pdf]. Paper delivered to Women in the Archives.