Call for Applications: DLF + BitCurator Cross-Pollinator Registration Award

The Digital Library Federation and the BitCurator Consortium are pleased to offer a cross-pollinator registration award for the 2017 BitCurator Users Forum! The BitCurator Users Forum (April 27 – 28, 2017) brings together representatives from libraries, archives, museums, and related information professions engaged in (or considering) digital forensics work to acquire, better understand, and make available born-digital materials. We’re excited to offer this registration award to help foster connections between our communities.


The lightweight application only requests the following information:

  1. Contact information
  2. Brief, one-paragraph bio
  3. A one-paragraph statement about what you hope to learn and what skills or ideas you might bring back from BitCurator Users Forum 2017 to the DLF community

The award will cover the registration fee only, and priority will be given to participants from DLF member institutions. (Check your status.)

The DLF-BitCurator Cross-Pollinator will also be invited to contribute a DLF blog post about their experiences after the event.

Applications are due February 27, 2017.

Apply online at

Please contact with any questions.

More information about our various cross-pollinator awards and fellowships here. (Applications are also currently open for the GLAM cross-pollinator awards, sending a DLF-affiliated professional to the annual American Institute for Conservation of Historic & Artistic Works (AIC) meeting! Check it out here.)

Did you enjoy this post? Please Share!

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on pinterest
Share on reddit

Related Posts

DLF Digest: August 2022

A monthly round-up of news, upcoming working group meetings and events, and CLIR program updates from the Digital Library Federation.  This month’s news: DLF is

Meet the 2022 DLF Forum Fellows

This year, the Council on Library and Information Resources is thrilled to share the return of the Digital Library Federation’s Forum Fellowship program to support

Skip to content