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Corrado, Edward M. and Moulaison, Heather Lea (2012) Nothin’ but blue skies do I see: Cloud computing in the library. In: FLA (Florida Library Association) Mini Conference, July 20, 2012, Niceville, Florida.

Corrado, Edward M. (2008) The Code4Lib Future. In: Code4Lib 2008, 25-28 Feburary 2008, Portland, Oregon.

Corrado, Edward M. (2005) Desktop Security Programs. In: Fourth Annual Infolink Tech is IT! Day, 12 May 2005, New Brunswick, NJ. (Unpublished)

Corrado, Edward M. (2009) Digital Preservation: The Next Library Frontier. In: International Group of ex Libris Users (IGeLU) 4th Annual Conference, 6-9 September 2009, Marina Congress Center, Helsinki, Finland.

Corrado, Edward M. (2007) Libraries and the Free and Open Source Software Movements. In: New York Technical Services Librarians (NYTSL) Fall Dinner Program, 9 November 2007, Princeton Club of New York, New York City. (Unpublished)

Corrado, Edward M. (2010) Libraries, the Public Sphere, and Democracy 2.0. In: Networking Democracy? New Media Innovations in Participatory Politics, 25-27 June 2010, Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj, Romania.

Corrado, Edward M. (2007) The Library is Now...OPEN! In: New York Library Assocation (NYLA) Annual Conference 2007, 18-20 October 2007, Buffalo Convention Center, Buffalo NY. (Unpublished)

Corrado, Edward M. (2012) Preservation and Research Data at Binghamton University Libraries. In: Open Access Week - University at Albany, 22 October 2012, University at Albany.

Corrado, Edward M. (2007) Privacy and Library 2.0: How Do They Conflict? In: Sailing into the future : charting our destiny : proceedings of the Thirteenth National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries. Association of College and Research Libraries, Chicago. ISBN 978-0-8389-8419-2

Corrado, Edward M. (2011) Small Scale Koha. In: Code4Lib 2011, 2011 Feb 8-10, Bloomington, In.

Corrado, Edward M. and Card, Sandy (2011) Implementing Rosetta at Binghamton University. In: Ex Libris Users of North America (ELUNA) Annucal Conference 2011, 11-13 May 2011, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Corrado, Edward M. and Farrel, Katharine Treptow and Lute, Janet (2004) Leveraging Technology: Enabling a Collaborative Working Environment with Your Systems Department. In: Endeavor Users Group (EndUser) 2004 Annual Meeting, 15-17 April 2004, Chicago.

Corrado, Edward M. and Jaffe, Rachel M. (2014) Transforming and enhancing metadata for enduser discovery: a case study. In: Faster, smarter and richer. Reshaping the library catalogue (FSR 2014), 27-28 February 2014, Rome, Italy.

Corrado, Edward M. and Moulaison, Heather L. (2006) Integrating RSS Feeds of New Books into the Campus Course Management System. Computers in Libraries, 26 (9). 6-9,61. ISSN 1041-7915

Corrado, Edward M. and Moulaison, Heather L. and Thul, Eric (2006) Integrating RSS Feeds of New Library Acquisitions into a Course Management System. In: VALE Users' / NJ ACRL/NJLA CUS Conference "All Together Now: Taking the Lead in Collaboration and Innovation.", 5 January 2006, Busch Campus Center, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ.

Corrado, Edward M. and Moulaison, Heather Lea (2012) Nothin’ But Blue Skies Do I See: Cloud Computing in the Library. In: Florida Library Assocation 2012 Annual Conference, April 18-20, 2012, Wyndham Orlando Resort, Orlando, FL.

Corrado, Edward M. and Robertson, James (2006) A Vision for VALE. In: Visions for VALE, 2006, June 8, UMDNJ Scotch Plains Campus, Scotch Plains, NJ.

Corrado, Edward M. and Thul, Eric and Moulaison, Heather L. (2006) Library Outreach and the Course Management System: Using RSS Feeds to Advertise New Library Holdings. In: NJLA CONFERENCE 2006: Advocacy, Alliances and Action, 24-26 April 2009, Ocean Place Conference Center, Long Branch, NJ. (Unpublished)

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Fujiuchi, Ken and Corrado, Edward M. and Carver, Blake (2011) Emerging Trends in Technology for Librarians. In: New York Library Assocation (NYLA) Annual Conference 2011, November 2-5 2007, Saratoga Springs, NY.

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Jaffe, Rachel M. and Moulaison, Heather Lea (2013) Connecting professional service to service learning: strengthening the relationship between academic libraries and library schools. In: American Library Association 2013 Annual Conference & Exhibition, June 27-July 2, 2013, Chicago, IL.

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Moulaison, Heather Lea (2013) Emerging Technologies in Libraries. [Teaching Resource]

Moulaison, Heather Lea (2013) Libraries and Learning in Morocco. Noel P. Gist Brown-Bag Luncheon Seminar on International Affairs.

Moulaison, Heather Lea (2008) Library Technology in France: Users, Expectations and Some Open Source Options. In: ALA Midwinter Meeting 2008, January 11-14, 2008, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Moulaison, Heather Lea and Corrado, Edward M. (2010) Staying Free From “Corporate Marketing Machines”: Library Policy for Web 2.0 Tools. In: Proceedings of the IFLA Preconference Marketing Libraries in a Web 2.0 World. IFLA's regular publisher. (Submitted)

Moulaison, Heather Lea and Corrado, Edward M. (2010) Staying Free from “Corporate Marketing Machines”: Library Policy for Web 2.0 Tools. In: Marketing Libraries in a Web 2.0 World, 7-8 August 2010, Stockholm University, Sweden.

Moulaison, Heather Lea and King, Jordana (2011) Le milieu des professionnels de l’information : quel salaire pour quel travail ? In: Congrès des milieux documentaires du Québec, 30 novembre au 2 décembre 2011, Palais des congrès de Montréal.

Moulaison, Heather Lea and Tonkin, Emma and Corrado, Edward M. (2008) Linking communities of practice online: A comparative study of French and Anglo Biblio-blogs. In: Cultural Attitudes Towards technology and Communication 2008, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Cultural Attitudes Towards technology and Communication 2008. Murdoch University, Murdoch (Australia)..

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