Conference Presentations

Invited Presentations

S. Lucky, (2017, Mar 27). “Doing what we can with what we know”: Challenges and opportunities for Western-Canadian artist-run centres. Spring Fever: Vancouver Independent Archives Week, Vancouver, BC.


Presentations

A.M. Graf, J. Walsh, C. Fulton, C. Tilley, A. Jackson, S. Lucky, K. La Barre, T. Gorichanaz, (2018, Nov 12), Everyday Documentation of Arts and Humanities Collections. ASIS&T Annual Meeting: Vancouver, BC.

S. Lucky & B. Leyeza, (2018, May 26). Developing Local Digital Collections: A collaborative approach to the preservation and access of artist-run centre archives. Canadian Society for Digital Humanities Conference: University of Regina, Regina, SK. http://hdl.handle.net/10388/8588

S. Lucky & C. Harkema, (2018, Apr 24). Community Engaged Digital Initiatives: Building academic library services and infrastructure with faculty and community collaborators. 2018 Digital Initiatives Symposium: University of San Diego, San Diego, CA. http://hdl.handle.net/10388/8563

S. Lucky & H. Ross, (2018, Feb 2). Intention, Tenacity, and a Bit of Serendipity: How we’ve grown open on the Canadian prairies. SUNYLA Midwinter Virtual Conference, online. http://hdl.handle.net/10388/8399

S. Lucky(2017, Mar 31). Artist-Run Archives: Developing a digital community archive with PAVED Arts artist-run centre. Visual Resources Association (VRA34) Annual Conference, Louisville, KY.

S. Lucky & J. Rubin, (2016, Oct 12). Online Presence for Researches: Using websites & social media for knowledge dissemination, collaboration, and profile raising (while still having time for your research). C-EBLIP Fall Symposium 2016, Saskatoon SK. http://hdl.handle.net/10388/7531

S. Lucky & J. McLean, (2016, May 7). Find out what your users are thinking. Saskatchewan Libraries Conference 2016, Saskatoon, SK.

C. Doi, S. Lucky, D. Raymond & L. Bruce, (2016, May 7). Women+Sound+Art: Organizing Wikipedia edit-a-thons as a form of information activism. Saskatchewan Libraries Conference 2016, Saskatoon, SK. http://hdl.handle.net/10388/7233

S. Lucky, (2015, Nov 13). Non-traditional Digital ARChiving in a Non-Profit Art Community. Web Archives 2015, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. http://hdl.handle.net/10388/7226

S. Lucky, (2015, Apr 25). ARChiving: A not-for-profit art community’s approach to digital archiving [lightening talk]. Personal Digital Archiving Conference, New York, NY.

S. Lucky, 2013. Location-based game design. Around the World Symposium on Technology and Culture, May, Edmonton, AB & online.

S. Lucky, 2013. FemShep: Crowdsourcing a female hero in BioWare’s Mass Effect. Canadian Society for the Digital Humanities (CSDH-SCHN) & Canadian Game Studies Association (CGSA) joint panel, May, Victoria, BC.

S. Lucky, 2013. Location-based game authoring environments [poster presentation]. GRAND-NCE Conference, May, Toronto, ON.

S. Lucky & D. Rathi, 2012. The social media presence of non-profit organizations. Canadian Association for Information Science-L’Association Canadienne des sciences de l’information, June, Waterloo, ON.

D. Rathi, A. Shiri & S. Lucky, 2012. Evolving and emerging trends in digital library user interfaces. Canadian Association for Information Science-L’Association Canadienne des sciences de l’information, June, Waterloo, ON.

S. Lucky, 2012. Assessment methods for geo-locative games. Society for the Digital Humanities-La Société pour l’Étude des Médias Interactifs, May, Waterloo, ON.

S. Lucky & S. Riczu, 2012. Are we having fun yet? Player motivation in geo-locative gaming. HuCon: Current Graduate Research in the Digital Humanities, March, Edmonton, AB.

S. Lucky, B. Albrecht & D. Rathi, 2011. Interorganizational knowledge management within an NGO community: A pilot study of a unique knowledge sharing structure. Canadian Association for Information Science-L’Association Canadienne des sciences de l’information, June, Fredericton, NB.

S. Lucky, 2011. Collaborative opportunities for academia and the gaming industry: A Canadian perspective. Society for the Digital Humanities-La Société pour l’Étude des Médias Interactifs, May, Fredericton, NB.

S. Lucky, 2011. Social networking in the non-profit sector: Gamifying participation in NPOs. HuCon: Current Graduate Research in the Digital Humanities, Edmonton, AB.

M. Dobson, M. Eberle-Sinatra, S. Ruecker & S. Lucky, 2010. Citation rhetoric examined. Digital Humanities Annual Conference, July, London, UK.

S. Lucky, 2010. Geographical clustering of authors and citations in Open Access Online Journals. HuCon: Current Graduate Research in the Digital Humanities, March, Edmonton, AB.


Poster Presentations

B. Leyeza & S. Lucky, (2017, Aug 17). Archiving: Needs Analysis for Artist-Run Centres’ Archives. Undergraduate Student Research Assistantship Summer Poster Competition, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK. http://hdl.handle.net/10388/8012 

S. Lucky, (2015, June 15-19). ARChive: Artist-run centres as information resources. Thinking Qualitatively (TQ) Workshop Series, Edmonton, AB. http://hdl.handle.net/10388/9524

V. Moulder, R. Wakkary, C. Neustaedter, B. Greenspan, S. Lucky & G. Rockwell, (2013). Location-based game design praxis: A comparative case study. GRAND-NCE Conference, May, Toronto, ON.

S. Lucky, S. Gouglas, G. Rockwell & J. Yu, (2011). Collaborative opportunities in the digital economy: A Canadian perspective. GRAND-NCE Conference, May, Vancouver, BC.