2013 DLF Forum: Austin, Texas

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The 2013 DLF Forum was held November 4–6, 2013 in Austin, TX at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center. Over 350 digital library practitioners participated.

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  • Reflections on the 2014 DLF Forum

    This Forum Update was provided by Bret Davidson, Digital Technologies Development Librarian, North Carolina State University. The Digital Library Federation 2014 Forum in Atlanta, GA was an enriching and inspiring experience. Conferences always promise to challenge our thinking and expand our horizons, and the DLF …

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  • Libraries, Museums, and the “Core Infrastructure of the Good Life”

    This Forum Update was provided by Jana Hill, Digital Engagement Manager, Amon Carter Museum of American Art. Jana received a 2014 DLF Forum Museum Cross-Pollinator Fellowship. As a museum technologist (albeit one with a library background), I wasn’t sure what to expect from my first DLF …

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  • Announcing the 2015 DLF Forum Program Planning Committee

    We had an incredible response to our call for volunteers for the 2015 DLF Forum Program Planning Committee (PPC). The 2015 PPC has the distinction of planning the first Forum outside of the United States, and will work closely with DLF staff to create a …

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  • Begin at the Beginning

    This Forum Update was provided by Hannah Scates Kettler, Digital Humanities Librarian, University of Iowa Digital Research and Publishing. Let me begin with a big ‘thank you’ to the generosity of the DLF community and its organizers. With their support, I was able to attend this …

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  • Reflecting on Research Data Management

    This Forum Update was provided by Emily Guhde, Online Services Librarian, NC LIVE. @ea_guhde My inspiration to attend the DLF Forum started last March when I saw a YouTube video of a panda-robot-oncologist. As NYU’s Health Sciences librarians demonstrate in their data management horror story, researchers …

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