We offer many ways for you to stay connected with DLF and aware of happenings in the digital library community.
Follow us on Twitter and Instagram, “like” our Facebook page, and join our DLF LinkedIn group for news in your social media feeds. We also post pictures to Flickr, offer videos on YouTube and Vimeo, and more.
DLF maintains the most active and complete open events calendar for the community interested in digital libraries and archives, digital humanities, open science and publishing, and digital museum happenings worldwide. Check it out, learn more, and write us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like permission to edit the calendar or want our help in adding an event.
For DLF Forum-specific updates and information, we invite you to subscribe to the DLF Forum News mailing list.
Listservs and Discussion Groups
We also sponsor active community listservs, CLIR Connect discussion forums, and Google Groups. Several are private to particular groups, such as our DLF Forum Mentors, or alumni from our eResearch Network.
Our publicly-joinable discussion groups include:
- DLF-Announce, our primary listserv, for general news and announcements
- the CODE4LIB list
- NDSA-ALL (National Digital Stewardship Alliance)
- DLF-PM, for our DLF Project Managers group
- the DLF Working Group for Privacy & Ethics in Technology listserv
- the DLF Museums Cohort listserv
- an open Google Group for our Digital Library Assessment working group
- an open Google Group for our Digital Library Pedagogy working group
—and more from DLF working groups!
Grey Literature and Work in Progress
The DLF blog on this website is moderately active. News updates from the blog are available through RSS feeds. To drink from the firehose, subscribe to: https://www.diglib.org/feed/. For a specific news stream, simply add “feed” to the end of the URL for the particular topic. For example, for a newsfeed specific to our “DLF Contribute” blog series, subscribe to: https://www.diglib.org/topics/contribute/feed/. DLF Forum news is available at https://www.diglib.org/topics/forum/feed/.