Selected Lectures and Talks
Following North Carolina Birth Journeys: Implications for Telehealth and Other Technical Solutions
Spark Session, National Maternal Health Learning Innovation Symposium
Prefigurative Information Politics: Strategies for Survival, Resilience, and Liberation
Srygley Lecture, Florida State University College of Communication and Information
February 24, 2021
Can also be found on the FSU Website.
Gibson, A. N., & Threats, M. (2021, February 24). Prefigurative Information Politics: Strategies for Survival, Resilience, and Liberation. [Video/Transcript]. Retrieved from Carolina Digital Repository
Justice, Equity, or Charity? Ethics and Responsibility in Inclusive Library Design
Keynote, Big Ten Academic Alliance Library Conference
Other Lectures and Talks
The System Is Not Broken - We’re Building it This Way: Maternal Health, Data, and Machine Learning.
But you want us to trust you: Safety, risk, and secrecy in perinatal care
Rutgers University School of Communication and Information (May 14, 2021)
Community of Practice: Redesigning the Postpartum Period
Information marginalization among youth of color: Implications for healthcare and system design
Duke Health Informatics Seminar invited lecture (March 10, 2021)
See more on my CV.