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We’re re-launching the DLF Contribute series, still highlighting the work of DLF member institutions and our wider community, but now in a new, super-short format! Send us a captioned or annotated image, a brief, Vine-like video, or volunteer to answer 3 questions we’ll pose. (Fun ones.) Want to Contribute? Contact Kathlin Smith.

 

Recent Contribute Posts

The Pose Slide Collection of The Ohio State University Libraries

  This post was contributed by Jennifer Vinopal, Associate Director for Information Technology at The Ohio State University (OSU) Libraries …

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Updating the Historic Oregon Newspapers Website with Open-ONI

  This post was contributed by Carolina Hernandez (left), Journalism and Communication Librarian, and Sarah Seymore (right), Digital Collections Metadata …

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Internet Archive Receives Webby’s Lifetime Achievement Award

  This post was contributed by Wendy Hanamura, Director of Partnerships at the Internet Archive. Stay current on IA’s news …

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Crowdsourcing Yale’s Theater History With Ensemble@Yale

  This update comes to us from Lindsay King, Associate Director for Access and Research Services in the Robert B. …

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Three Questions with Lauren Algee

  With this post, we continue our DLF Contribute subseries focusing on activity at public libraries. Lauren Algee is Digital …

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Montana Historical Society’s Online Projects 2017

  With this post, we welcome our first contribution from a historical society. This video, created by Tammy Troup, Digital …

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A Preview of the Digitization Lab at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

This post continues a subseries of DLF Contribute focusing on activity at public libraries. The update comes to us from Brooke …

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Community-Led Digital Collection Development at the County of Los Angeles Public Library

  With this post, we are pleased to launch a subseries of DLF Contribute focusing on activity at public libraries. …

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An Introduction to Smithsonian Libraries online resource for K-12 audience. Created by V.A.U.L.T., the SIL Teen Council

  This video was contributed by Sara Cardello, Education Specialist at the Smithsonian Libraries.     Volunteer Advisory Group for …

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Preparing La Gaceta for Text Mining

  This update comes to us from Paige Morgan, Digital Humanities Librarian at University of Miami Libraries, working with Head …

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