DLF » Forum http://www.diglib.org Digital Library Federation Fri, 28 Aug 2015 14:45:46 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Announcing the 2015 DLF Forum Program http://www.diglib.org/archives/9371/ http://www.diglib.org/archives/9371/#comments Tue, 25 Aug 2015 18:17:53 +0000 http://www.diglib.org/?p=9371 We are very pleased to announce the availability of the full 2015 DLF Forum program!
With 209 submissions to the Forum proper, the DLF community more than doubled last year’s record-breaking response to our annual CFP. This made the task before our dedicated, volunteer Program Planning Committee even more challenging than expected. Community voting and careful committee review, along with the opening of an additional track of parallel sessions–and the willingness of our presenters to combine or condense presentations, and to keep strictly to time–has helped us accommodate as many participants as possible. The PPC is proud of creating a program that showcases excellent work being done in DLF member institutions and across the wide variety of fields and professions related to digital library development and use. Even more, as it is framed by an opening keynote by Safiya Noble, scholar of critical race theory, gender, and technology, and a closing, interactive session on “Setting Agendas for the DLF,” we hope this will be a program that pushes our broad and diverse community of practice forward.

Registration for the 2015 DLF Forum sold out unusually early this year, but we are adding names to our registration waiting list, and space remains in pre-and post-conference affiliated events, including the DLF Liberal Arts Colleges Pre-conference, DPLA Data Day, a LODLAM in Practice Workshop, the DPN Membership Meeting, the Taiga Forum, and more.

We hope to see many of you for the 2015 DLF Forum program in Vancouver. And mark your calendars for next year’s Forum, scheduled for 7-9 November 2016 in Milwaukee!

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Childcare at the Forum http://www.diglib.org/archives/9317/ http://www.diglib.org/archives/9317/#comments Wed, 19 Aug 2015 17:58:30 +0000 http://www.diglib.org/?p=9317 We want to make it easier for parents and caregivers to participate fully in the Vancouver DLF Forum, so we plan to connect attending families with a recommended local babysitting agency. With the generous support of seed funds from the CURATEcamp community, we are also able to subsidize some portion of the costs!

If you would like childcare at the Vancouver DLF Forum, please let us know more about your needs by August 31. We will respond with costs and the degree to which we can assist by Tuesday, September 8, and we may follow up with you individually in the meantime if we need more information. Again, that link is: http://goo.gl/forms/Pd51WZE4LN.

Would you like to support the DLF’s ongoing capacity to offset childcare costs at our events? Please contact Louisa Kwasigroch at lkwasigroch@clir.org.

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Announcing the 2015 DLF Liberal Arts Colleges Preconference Program http://www.diglib.org/archives/9286/ http://www.diglib.org/archives/9286/#comments Thu, 13 Aug 2015 19:23:55 +0000 http://www.diglib.org/?p=9286 We are excited to announce that the program for the first Digital Library Federation Liberal Arts Colleges Preconference is now available.

An opening keynote and closing panel will bookend the day and frame conversations. The keynote will be jointly presented by Cecily Walker, Assistant Manager for Community Digital Initiatives & eLearning at Vancouver Public Library, and Chris Bourg, Ph.D., Director of Libraries at MIT. The closing panel, “Lead, Follow, or Listen,” will consider how liberal arts colleges can best contribute to ongoing discussions and activities in the digital library world. The panel will be interactive, and include administrator, library director, and digital librarian perspectives. Bethany Nowviskie, Director of the Digital Library Federation, will be the emcee.

Cecily Walker

Cecily Walker. Photo: tris hussey.

Chris Bourg

Chris Bourg. Photo: Wayne Vanderkuil.







The preconference will also include concurrent sessions of presentations and panels on pedagogical, organizational, and technological approaches to the digital humanities and digital scholarship, data curation, digital collections, and digital preservation. Presenters represent many regions and institution sizes, reflecting the strength and variety of the liberal arts community.

We look forward to seeing you in Vancouver. Register now!

Laurie Allen (Haverford College) and Kelcy Shepherd (Amherst College), co-chairs
on behalf of the planning committee:

Angie Beiriger (Reed College)
Kevin Butterfield (University of Richmond)
Brooke Cox (DePauw University)
Joanna DiPasquale (Vassar College)
Elisa Lanzi (Smith College)
Johan Oberg (Macalaster College)

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It’s Milwaukee! 2016 DLF Forum announced. http://www.diglib.org/archives/9174/ http://www.diglib.org/archives/9174/#comments Mon, 20 Jul 2015 16:58:12 +0000 http://www.diglib.org/?p=9174 Planning is still underway for our 2015 DLF Forum in Vancouver, but we know you want to save the date for arts, culture, beer, cheese, and digital libraries in 2016. Mark your calendars for a trip to Wisconsin! The 2016 DLF Forum will be held November 7-9 in Milwaukee.

We will meet at the historic Pfister Hotel, just blocks from Lake Michigan, the Milwaukee Art Museum, dining destinations, and nightlife. The hotel has an incredible Victorian art collection, an artist-in-residence program, and a spa. Our local hosts will be the Marquette University Raynor Memorial Libraries, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries.

You can stay informed on all the news about Vancouver and our plans for Milwaukee in 2016, by subscribing to our Forum mailing list, joining the DLF listserv, “liking” us on Facebook, or following us at @CLIRDLF on Twitter.

Sponsorship opportunities for the 2016 DLF Forum are also now available. View the prospectus to find out more about how your organization can support the digital library practitioner community by sponsoring the DLF Forum.

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Meet the 2015 DLF Forum Fellows! http://www.diglib.org/archives/9102/ http://www.diglib.org/archives/9102/#comments Thu, 09 Jul 2015 17:20:26 +0000 http://www.diglib.org/?p=9102 This year, the Digital Library Federation was thrilled to offer five separate fellowship programs for attendees to our annual DLF Forum. The generosity of our sponsors, partners, and member organizations will make it possible for the following 15 deserving awardees to attend the 2015 DLF Forum in Vancouver, British Columbia, October 26–28.

A very warm welcome to our 2015 DLF Forum Fellows!

ARL + DLF Fellows from Underrepresented Groups

In 2010, the Digital Library Federation made a positive change and commitment to being an open organization, welcoming members from all parts of the digital library community, soliciting contributions to the annual Forum from members and non members alike, and making every effort to connect conversations that extend beyond our organizational borders. Our community grew as a result, and our Forums have been enriched with new voices and perspectives that yield a more dynamic and exciting event.

The DLF Forum is fairly gender-balanced both for speakers and attendees. We see limited representation from a number of communities, however, and seek to increase participant diversity. To this end, we continue to offer our ARL + DLF Forum Fellowships for Underrepresented Groups (established 2013), for the 2015 Forum in Vancouver, British Columbia.

These fellows are part of or were nominated by a current DLF member institution, or otherwise identify their institutions as community colleges, historically black colleges or universities (HBCUs), tribal colleges or universities (TCUs), or state, local, or regional tribal governments. Fellows are interested in actively contributing to the DLF Forum and are part of a traditionally underrepresented group including, but not limited to, people of Hispanic or Latino, Black or African-American, Asian, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, or American Indian or Alaskan Native descent.

Jasmine Jones

Metadata and Technical Services Archivist
Smith College

Shanée Yvette Murrain

Seminary Archivist, Bishop Reverdy C. Ransom Memorial Library
Payne Theological Seminary

T-Kay Sangwand
Archivist for Human Rights Documentation Initiative | Librarian for Brazilian Studies at Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, University of Texas at Austin

Yasmeen Shorish

Physical & Life Sciences Librarian and Assistant Professor
James Madison University

Learn more about the ARL + DLF Fellows from Underrepresented Groups.

DLF + ER&L Cross-Pollinator Travel Award Fellows

Electronic Resources and Libraries (ER&L) and DLF are pleased to announce the recipients of two travel grants to the 2015 DLF Forum in Vancouver, BC.

The purpose of these grants is to extend the opportunity to attend the DLF Forum to two library professionals who would not typically be able to go, but who can envision and articulate a connection with their ER&L-related work and who see great value in building a dynamic and diverse peer network. The cross-pollinator grants are also part of an ongoing effort to explore connections between these two communities. In turn, DLF and ER&L will come together to support DLF community members in attending the ER&L 2016 conference from April 3–6 in Austin, Texas.

Kelsey Brett

Discovery Systems Librarian
University of Houston Libraries

Jonathan Shank
Acquisitions and Electronic Resources Librarian
Northwestern University
@ShankLib | http://galter.northwestern.edu/

Learn more about the DLF + ER&L Cross-Pollinator Travel Award Fellows.

DLF Forum Museum Cross-Pollinators

For the second year, the Samuel H. Kress Foundation and the DLF are supporting fellowships for practicing museum professionals seeking more exposure on the trends in digital libraries. The DLF community is always looking for ways to expand the conversation around digital collections and related activities and include new perspectives at the Forum.

The goal of these fellowships is to bring cross-pollinators—museum professionals who can provide unique perspectives to our work and share a vision of the cultural heritage world from their perspective—to the conference. In our increasingly networked world, we hope to increase communication between all groups interested in the future of digital resources, including museums, libraries, colleges and universities, and anyone working in the realm of digital collections and services.

Sumitra Duncan

New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC) Web Archiving Coordinator
Frick Art Reference Library

Neil Sreenan

Manager, Digital Asset Systems
Dallas Museum of Art
@nsreenan | neilsreenan.com

Bojana Vidović

National Museum Zrenjanin, Serbia

Scott Williams
Data & Database Administrator
Yale University Art Gallery
@moltude | http://moltude.com

Learn more about the DLF Forum Museum Cross-Pollinators.

DLF Forum Students and New Professionals Fellows

The DLF community welcomes newcomers to the profession and new voices at its annual DLF Forum. To further this aim, we continue to provide DLF Forum Fellowships for Students and New Professionals to attend the 2015 DLF Forum in Vancouver, British Columbia from October 26–28.

The DLF community includes staff who work in cultural heritage organizations who are lively, intellectually engaged, and inquisitive, but who are not always routinely funded to travel to conferences where they can learn more about the library profession, see digital initiatives from other institutions, and meet leaders in the profession. The Forum is an excellent place to hear about the latest advances in digital librarianship, to meet new colleagues and contacts, and to get involved with DLF initiatives.

Celia Emmelhainz

Social Sciences Data Librarian
Colby College
@celiemme | databrarians.org

Angela Galvan

Digital Reformatting Specialist and Head of Interlibrary Services
The Ohio State University

Christine Malinowski
Fellow for Research Data Management
MIT Libraries

Hannivett Nabahe
Graduate Student
School of Information at the University of Arizona

Learn more about the DLF Forum Students and New Professionals Fellows.

VRA + DLF Cross-Pollinator Travel Grant Fellow

The Visual Resources Association (VRA) and the DLF are pleased to support a Cross-Pollinator Travel Grant for the DLF Forum in Vancouver, British Columbia from October 26–28.

The goal of the VRA + DLF Cross-Pollinator Travel Grant is to bring a cross-pollinator—a visual resources professional working in a library, archive, museum, or academic setting who can provide a unique perspective with DLF and share a vision of the digital library world from their perspective—to the conference. The grant recipient can envision and articulate a connection with their work and sees great value in building a dynamic and diverse peer network.

The Cross-Pollinator Travel Grant is a reciprocal program between the DLF and VRA. The program will also bring a digital library practitioner who typically attends the DLF Forum to the 2016 ARLIS/NA + VRA conference in Seattle, March 8–12.

Andrea Schuler
Visual Resources Librarian for Islamic Architecture
Aga Khan Documentation Center, MIT Libraries

Learn more about this year’s VRA + DLF Cross-Pollinator Travel Grant Fellow.

Our Sponsors

Thank you to our generous sponsors for making these fellowships possible.


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2015 DLF Forum keynoters announced! http://www.diglib.org/archives/8808/ http://www.diglib.org/archives/8808/#comments Wed, 10 Jun 2015 13:24:46 +0000 http://www.diglib.org/?p=8808 We are very pleased to announce our plenary speakers for the 2015 DLF Forum in Vancouver! Titles and abstracts will be available soon, but meantime, be sure to submit your own proposals and register for the Forum and Liberal Arts Colleges Preconference in order to hear exciting talks by Safiya Noble, Cecily Walker, and Chris Bourg.

CFP deadline for both the Forum and LAC Preconference is June 22nd.

DLF Forum Keynote Speaker

Safiya Noble

Safiya Noble

Safiya U. Noble, Ph.D. will open the 2015 DLF Forum with a keynote talk drawing on her work in critical race and information studies and socio-cultural informatics, “including feminist, historical and political-economic perspectives on computing platforms and software in the public interest.” Dr. Noble is an assistant professor in the Department of Information Studies in the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at UCLA, where she conducts research “at the intersection of culture and technology in the design and use of applications on the Internet.” She is the author or co-author of articles such as “Google Search: Hyper-visibility as a Means of Rendering Black Women and Girls Invisible,” “Race and Social Media,” and “Geographic Information Systems: a Critical Look at the Commercialization of Public Information,” as well as the forthcoming, “Social Justice as Topic and Tool: An Attempt to Transform a LIS Curriculum and Culture” in Library Quarterly. Among Noble’s recent talks is a TEDx presentation at UIUC, “In Pursuit of an Ethics of Information.”

Liberal Arts Colleges Pre-Conference Keynoters

The DLF Forum LAC Pre-Conference will feature an exciting joint keynote presentation by Cecily Walker and Chris Bourg, Ph.D.

Cecily Walker

Cecily Walker. Photo: tris hussey

Cecily Walker is Vancouver Public Library’s Assistant Manager for Community Digital Initiatives & eLearning, focusing on user experience, open data, social media, and the intersection of social issues, technology, and public librarianship. As she puts it: “It was my frustration with the way software was designed for the needs of programmers and highly technical users rather than the general public that led me to a career in user-centered design. It was my love of information, intellectual freedom, and service that pulled me back to librarianship.” Walker is a member of the editorial board of In the Library with the Lead Pipe and a recent host of #L1S, a tweet-chat for first-generation library professionals.

Chris Bourg

Chris Bourg. Photo: Wayne Vanderkuil.

Chris Bourg, Ph.D. is Director of Libraries at MIT, with oversight of the MIT Press and related initiatives. She comes to MIT after a distinguished career in public services at Stanford University Library and on the faculty of the United States Military Academy at West Point, where she taught courses in leadership and sociology. Bourg is author of the long-running “Feral Librarian” blog and a number of scholarly publications, including (with Bess Sadler) the recent code4lib journal article, “Feminism and the Future of Library Discovery.”

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DLF Forum 2015 Fellowships and Travel Awards http://www.diglib.org/archives/8542/ http://www.diglib.org/archives/8542/#comments Thu, 30 Apr 2015 19:37:54 +0000 http://www.diglib.org/?p=8542 Applications for fellowships are now closed. Recipients will be announced in July. 

DLF is committed to bringing new voices and perspectives to the Forum. To this end, we offer fellowships and travel awards to assist individuals who would not otherwise be able to participate in the Forum. Up to 15 fellows and travel award winners will receive travel assistance and complimentary Forum registration.

DLF Forum 2015 Fellowships and Travel Awards

ARL + DLF Forum Fellowships for Underrepresented Groups
This fellowship is for digital library, museum, or archive practitioners from traditionally underrepresented groups including, but not limited to, people of Hispanic or Latino, Black or African-American, Asian, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, or American Indian or Alaskan Native descent.

DLF Forum Fellowships for Students and New Professionals
Newcomers to the profession and students at DLF member institutions whose work relates to digital libraries are eligible for this fellowship.

DLF Forum Museum Cross-Pollinator Fellowships
This fellowship is for practicing museum professionals seeking more exposure on the trends in digital libraries. Priority will be given to applicants who work in art museums.

DLF + ER&L Cross-Pollinator Travel Awards
The goal of these travel awards is to bring cross-pollinators from the ER&L community—library professionals who can provide unique perspectives to our work and share a vision of the library world from their perspective—to the conference.

VRA + DLF Cross-Pollinator Travel Grant
The purpose of this grant is to extend the opportunity to attend the DLF Forum to a visual resources professional who would not typically go to the Forum, but who can envision and articulate a connection with their work and who sees great value in building a dynamic and diverse peer network.


Applications must be submitted before 4:00pm EDT on Friday, May 22, 2015. The fellows will be announced in July.

Our Sponsors

Thank you to our generous sponsors for making these fellowships possible.

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DLF Forum 2015 Call for Proposals Now Open http://www.diglib.org/archives/8379/ http://www.diglib.org/archives/8379/#comments Mon, 20 Apr 2015 14:00:44 +0000 http://www.diglib.org/?p=8379 The Digital Library Federation (DLF) is a robust and diverse community of practitioners who advance research, teaching, and learning through the application of digital library research, technology, and services.

The DLF Forum is an annual meeting where the digital library community comes together to discover better methods of working through sharing and collaboration. It serves as a resource and catalyst among digital library developers, project managers, and all who are invested in digital library issues. We are currently seeking proposals for the 2015 DLF Forum program, which will be held in Vancouver, BC.

For the 2015 DLF Forum, the Program Planning Committee requests proposals within the broad framework of digital collections, infrastructure, resources, and organizational priorities.

The Forum traditionally has no overarching theme so that we can craft a program that speaks to current issues of interest to our community. We depend on contributors to focus proposals on action-oriented topics targeted towards a practitioner audience, considering the aspects of design, management, implementation, assessment, and collaboration.

Suggested topical areas for 2015 include:

  • Linked data implementations
  • Collaborative digital projects across GLAM institutions
  • Innovative approaches to engaging users and reusing data and collections (e.g., data visualization, mapping, crowdsourcing, citizen science)
  • Systems architecture, both hardware and code
  • Open data, open access, or open educational resources

This is not a prescriptive list; we encourage you to be creative, collaborative, and collegial. For more detailed examples, please see the 2014 DLF Forum program.

Session Genres

  • Presentations and Panels: Traditional lecture format with question-and-answer sessions. Speakers are requested to use only half of the allocated time for the presentation, including how they wish to engage the DLF community in their work. The second half of the session should focus on conversations about next steps, engagement with the community, and clarification of points raised during the presentation.
  • Workshops:
 In-depth, hands-on training about a tool, technique, workflow, etc. You can recommend a topic or trainer, or you can volunteer to share your own expertise.
  • Project Updates: 20-minute presentations that provide an opportunity to share the status or recent accomplishments of current projects with the community.
  • Working Sessions: 
Creative problem solvers, including project managers, developers, and/or administrators, gather to address a specific problem. This does not have to be a computational problem. The approach can be applied to workflow issues, metadata transformations, or other complex problems that would benefit from a collective, dynamic solution approach.
  • Snapshots: 7-minute presentations meant to engage and energize the audience. These can be reports of works in progress, a new tool under development, questions, provocations, and more. Presenters are asked to give a dynamic overview of their topic in a quick timeframe, with up to 24 slides. Accepted snapshots will be grouped together based on an overarching theme or idea, with time for audience questions at the end of each group.
  • Community Idea Exchange: A modified poster session plus lightning round. Presenters will have the opportunity to interact with Forum participants to discuss their current research projects, and/or demonstrate tools or services they have developed or are using in their digital library environment. Demos must include a poster element. Additionally, presenters are encouraged to give a one minute “lightning talk” on their poster during the lightning round at the beginning of the session.

Proposal Submission Guidelines and Evaluation Procedures

Complete proposals should be submitted using the online submission form by 5:00 PM EST on June 22, 2015. Proposals must include a title, session leader, session genre, proposal description (maximum 300 words), and proposal abstract (maximum 100 words).

After an initial review by the Program Planning Committee, proposals will be posted on the DLF website for community polling. The community vote will be taken into consideration, and the Program Planning Committee will make the final decisions. Those that submitted complete proposals will be notified of their status by mid-August. Presenters will be guaranteed a registration place.

Participation is open to all those interested in contributing to and playing an active part in the successful future of digital libraries, museums, and archives services and collections. We consider proposals from DLF members and non-members and seek to have an inclusive program.

The 2015 DLF Forum will be held in Vancouver, BC at the Pinnacle Hotel Vancouver Harbourfront, October 26–28.

The call for proposals for the DLF Liberal Arts Colleges Preconference is also open until June 22.

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2015 DLF Forum Registration Now Open http://www.diglib.org/archives/8232/ http://www.diglib.org/archives/8232/#comments Wed, 01 Apr 2015 12:55:25 +0000 http://www.diglib.org/?p=8232 Registration for the 2015 DLF Forum is now open. Happening October 26–28 in Vancouver, British Columbia, this Forum will be the first held outside the United States. The 2014 DLF Forum in Atlanta was the largest ever, and we are excited to see what this year brings.

The inaugural DLF Liberal Arts Colleges Preconference will be on October 25. Additional affiliated events will be posted soon. For updates, join the listserv or sign up for the Forum mailing list.

Register before June 1 to save $50 on the Member and Non-Member rates. Please keep in mind that the Forum has sold out a month early for the past two years. Save your place!

Early Bird: April 1 – May 31, 2015

DLF Member – $425
Non-Member – $625
Student – $300

Regular: June 1 – October 12, 2015

DLF Member – $475
Non-Member – $675
Speaker – $425
Student – $300

DLF Liberal Arts Colleges Preconference

Open to all — $35

The Speaker rate will be available once the program is announced. If you are attending an affiliated event, you may register at the DLF Member rate.

Not sure if your institution is a member? A list of current DLF members is here.

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More about the Forum

This year’s call for proposals will open by May 1. The program planning committee will announce the conference program in August.

The DLF is thrilled to continue its fellowship programs to bring different viewpoints to the Forum. The fellowship application period will open in May and close in June. Fellows will be announced in August. To get a sense of the types of travel awards offered, take a look at the 2014 Fellowships.

Hotel & Travel
The conference venue is the Pinnacle Hotel Vancouver Harbourfront. Guest rooms are available from 10/24 through 10/29 for $165 or $185/night for double occupancy. Prices are in CAD.

Hotel Information

If you are traveling to Vancouver from outside Canada, please review the following travel document requirements and verify any additional immigration rules.

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Inaugural DLF Liberal Arts Colleges Preconference at the 2015 Forum http://www.diglib.org/archives/7788/ http://www.diglib.org/archives/7788/#comments Mon, 02 Feb 2015 19:32:27 +0000 http://www.diglib.org/?p=7788 The Digital Library Federation is excited to announce that we will be hosting our first annual DLF Liberal Arts Colleges Preconference on October 25th in Vancouver, Canada, preceding this year’s DLF Forum.

For many years, liberal arts colleges have been a growing community of practice within the DLF. In 2013, we partnered with Lafayette College to host a preconference on Liberal Arts Colleges and Digital Scholarship Services at the DLF Forum, resulting in a manifesto to guide digital scholarship efforts. At the 2014 Forum in Atlanta, several sessions directly addressed the specific challenges and opportunities for digital libraries in liberal arts settings. This October, we look forward to continuing the conversation in greater depth.

Program Planning Committee

The program planning committee is drawn from members of the DLF as well as the larger LAC digital library community. Committee members are helping DLF develop this brand-new event.

  • Laurie Allen, co-chair, Haverford College
  • Kelcy Shepherd, co-chair, Amherst College
  • Angie Beiriger, Reed College
  • Kevin Butterfield, University of Richmond
  • Brooke Cox, DePauw University
  • Joanna DiPasquale, Vassar College
  • Elisa Lanzi, Smith College
  • Johan Oberg, Macalester College

Stay tuned for information on the DLF Liberal Arts Colleges Preconference.

Liberal Arts Colleges and Digital Libraries: Highlights from the 2014 Forum

From Zero to 60: Lessons Learned from Setting Up Digital Initiatives in Small to Mid-sized Academic Institutions
Eugenia Kim, Emerson College
Cinda May, Indiana State University
Sasha Griffin, Denison University

Catastrophic Success: The Challenges and Opportunities of Supporting Digital Scholarship at Liberal Arts Colleges
Kelcy Shepherd, Amherst College
Laurie Allen, Haverford College
Eric Luhrs, Lafayette College
Gina Siesing, Bryn Mawr College
Jennifer Vinopal, New York University

Snapshot: Digital Projects and Undergraduate Education
Mark Dahl, Lewis & Clark College

Voice of the Past and Present; Ensuring a Digital Future: Blueprint of the HBCU Library Alliance
Cynthia L. Henderson, Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library, Howard University
Elizabeth G. McClenney, Atlanta University Center Woodruff Library

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