The 2012 DLF Forum was held in Denver, Colorado, Sunday, November 4th – Monday, November 5th, 2012, with pre- and post-conference events on November 2nd, November 3rd, and November 6th. All sessions and events took place at the Westin Denver Downtown.

Forum participation is open to all who are interested in contributing to and playing an active part in the successful future of digital libraries, museum and archives services, and collections. The Forum featured presentations and panels, workshops, research updates, working sessions, demos, and more. Please visit our Schedule page for details.

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Recent Forum News

  • Announcing the 2014 DLF Forum Program Planning Committee

    We had a great response to our call for volunteers for the 2014 DLF Forum Program Planning Committee (PPC). The PPC was selected by several factors like including a mix of veterans and new members to represent the DLF community. There will be other opportunities …

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  • Digital Humanities and Scholarship at DLF: Thoughts From a Subject Specialist

    This Forum Report was provided by Manuel Ostos, Humanities Librarian for Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese Languages and Literatures, Latin American, Caribbean, and Latina/o Studies, Penn State University & a 2013 ARL/DLF Underrepresented Groups Fellow. As libraries are moving from a print based environment to a digital one, …

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  • DLF Forum Reflection

    This Forum Report was provided by Angela Dresselhaus, Assistant Professor, Acquisitions and eResources, University of Montana, Missoula & a 2013 ERL+DLF Cross-Pollinator. First off, I am grateful for the Cross-Pollinator Travel Award and I would like to thank ER&L and DLF for their generosity. While flying …

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  • Is a Building Just a Building?

    This Forum Report was provided by Myrna Morales, Simmons College, a 2013 ARL/DLF Underrepresented Groups Fellow. At one level, property can seem an inherently conservative legal institution, reflexively resistant to change, preserving as it does the realm of settled expectation. Change does come, generally incrementally, and perhaps …

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  • The Austin DLF Experience

    This Forum Report was provided by Mohamed Berray, Penn State University, a 2013 ARL/DLF Underrepresented Groups Fellow. I wish to thank the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) for sponsoring my first ever attendance to the Digital Library Federation …

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