“Planning for Learning Experiences in a Data Intensive World”, workshop at the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, Feb. 2017
“Strategies to Define Emerging Services for the 21st Century Library”, S. Dugdale, M. Burri, SCUP, July 2016
“Learning About Future Users” at the OCLC Partners’ Meeting on The Library in the Life of the User, Chicago, Oct. 2015
“Peer Review to Enhance the Value of FLEXspace and the Learning Space Rating System,” with L. Stephens and J. Moreau, SCUP July 2015
Keynote presentation for Ulster University Center for Higher Education Research & Practice 4th Annual Conference on “Space Meets Pedagogy: Shaping Active & Collaborative Learning Environments at Ulster”, Belfast, Jan. 2015
"Sandbox. Learning. Space.", co-presenter at Transforming Institutions: 21st Century Undergraduate STEM Education Conference, with J. Narum and N. Sturm, October 2014.
EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Online Fall Focus Session on Reimagining Learning Space, October 2014.
Keynote, "Reimagining the Classroom", at the Learning Spaces Symposium, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, September 2014.
C21U Future of the Campus Workshop, panelist and co-facilitator, March 2014.
Co-facilitator for “Planning for Teaching at Scale,” one of the Learning Spaces Collaboratory webinar series on Exploring the Ecosystems of Learning Spaces, March 2014.
“Lessons from Hacker School: Space Strategies for Distributed Learning,” S. Dugdale and S. Laundy, SCUP North Atlantic Conference, March 2014.
“An Introduction to the Learning Space Rating System” with M. Brown, J. Cevetello, S. Dugdale and R. Holeton, EDUCAUSE October 2013.
Keynote, “Learning by Design—New Students, New Classrooms, New Technologies,” Monroe Community College Colloquium, September 2013
“Redefining the Teaching and Learning Experience at Oregon State University” with planning team as learning space consultant, SCUP, July 2013.
Presentation to Univ. of Minnesota Dean of College of Science & Engineering’s Advisory Committee, May 2013.
“Building a Learning Space Certification System”, S. Dugdale, P. Long and J. Cevetello, SCUP, July 2012.
“Planning for Future Learning Environments”, S. Dugdale, Johns Hopkins Simulation Center Retreat, February 2012.
“A Proposal for a Learning Space Rating System”, S. Dugdale, Learning Spaces Collaboratory National Symposium, November 2011.
“Future of the Library?: Turning Conflicting Pressures into Compelling Opportunities”, S. Dugdale, L. Pavlova and J. Schafer, SCUP, July 2011.
“Envisioning Computer Labs as Collaborative Learning Environments,” S. Dugdale, E. Felix and L. Jorn, Educause Learning Initiative conference, February 2011.
“Certifying Our Learning Spaces: Next Steps,” ELI 2011 Annual Meeting, February 2011.
“Planning for the New Learning Landscape: Findings from Research and Case studies Here and Abroad,” S. Dugdale, E. Felix, A. Harrison, and M. Leary, SCUP conference, July 2009.
“Keeping an Eye on the Prize: Guiding Incremental Change towards a Future Vision,” S. Dugdale, keynote presentation at Zar Symposium, Crerar Library, Univ. of Chicago, May 2009.
“Master Planning the Learning Landscape,” S. Dugdale and E. Felix at the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative annual conference, Jan 2009.
“Digital Scholarship & the Evolving Library,” at SCUP, S. Dugdale, A. Harrison, C. Kainz and K. Miller, July 2008.
“Planning the Informal Learning Landscape,” S. Dugdale and P. Long, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Webinar, March 2007.
“Planning the Informal Learning Landscape,” S. Dugdale and P. Long, SCUP Campus of the Future Conference, July 2006.
“Support for Collaborative Work: New Settings for New Roles,” S. Dugdale, Association of College & Research Libraries annual conference, April 2003.
“The Distributed University: Sustained by Convenient Technology & Meaningful Space,” S. Dugdale and F. Duggan, SCUP, July 2003.
“The Library as Place for Discovery, Learning & Education: New Settings for New Activities,” S. Dugdale, National Library of Medicine Symposium “Library as Place,” November 2003.
“The Library of the Future: Interweaving the Virtual and the Physical”, N. Roderer, K. Brandt, S. Dugdale, J. Hurd, and B. Wildemuth, ASIST (American Society of Information Sciences & Technologies), 2002.