The DLF Program is working with a number of like-minded organizations to extend their work to a broader audience and create opportunities for conversations across disciplines. The box in the sidebar lists current collaborations you might want to explore. Each page will give you information about the partners and the activities associated with the collaboration, where to find recent updates, and how to get involved.
Here are a few recent stories about DLF collaborations:
The Digital Library Federation (DLF) is pleased to support a travel grant for the Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference in Austin, March 17-20. The award will go to a cross-pollinator -a library professional who can provide unique perspectives to our work and share a vision …Read More
Falling fast on the heels of the DLF Forum in Denver, is the first DPLA Appfest. The Appfest is an informal, open call for both ideas and functional examples of creative and engaging ways to use the content and metadata in the DPLA back-end platform. …Read More
DLF has been working to coordinate and co-chair the Content & Scope Workstream for the Digital Public Library of America since mid-October. Part of this process involves lengthy discussion of key issues and goals with the workstream conveners and public members via listserv. The DPLA …Read More
In a recent post on the PLA blog, Nate Hill of the San Jose public library recapped his experience at the recent National Digital Public Library meeting at the Los Angeles Public Library, and took this opportunity to suggest a new direction for public libraries …Read More
With projects like the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) and HathiTrust at the forefront of the digital library conversation, and representing a potential direction of digital library efforts, it is vital to incorporate the perspective of librarians from a variety of institutions and create …Read More