DLF Forum Virtual Event Sessions

CLIR is proud to present Digital Library Federation (DLF) Forum Virtual Sessions, a special online gathering for sessions that were accepted in the 2022 program, but were not able to be presented in person. More information, including session abstracts, presenter names, and registration information, will be available in the coming months. For now, mark your calendars for the following dates and sessions:

Thursday, April 13, 1pm-2pm ET: 
Centering Users: Developing a Community of Practice for User Experience & Archival Description
45-minute panel

Friday, April 14, 1pm-2pm ET: 
Convene, Discuss, Collaborate: Building a Transatlantic Digital Skills Community for Research Libraries During the Covid Pandemic
45-minute panel

Thursday, April 20, 1pm-2:30pm ET: 

Four 15-minute presentations:

  • From Stagnant to Dynamic: The Development of a New University of Florida Digital Collections
  • Manumitted: The People Enslaved by Quakers
  • Newspaper Navigator: Hosting the Dataset and Deploying the Search Application
  • Web archiving with Browsertrix Cloud!

Friday, April 21, 1pm-2pm ET: 
Days of Future Past: Why Race Matters in Metadata
45-minute panel

NDSA’s Digital Preservation will also host presentations on February 23. Details about their event can be found on the NDSA website.

All sessions will be free and open to the public.

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