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The 2011 DLF Forum will be held on October 31–November 1, 2011, with pre- and post-conference events on October 30, November 2, and November 3. The conference will take place in Baltimore, Maryland at the Hyatt Regency.  Participation is open to all who are interested in contributing to and playing an active part in the successful future of digital libraries, museum and archives services, and collections. The Forum will feature presentations and panels, workshops, research updates, working sessions, demos, and more. Please visit our Schedule page to learn more about our program.

Online registration closed at 5PM ET on Wednesday, October 26. If you would still like to register, please contact jwinberry [at] clir [dot] org for details.

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The DLF is making an effort to keep our conference as green as possible. Our badge holders are compostable, we will provide plenty of filtered water in place of bottled, and we are cutting down on the amount of paper used. In this vein, we would like participants to keep in mind there will be a limited amount of printed schedules available at the registration desk. If you would like a hard copy of the schedule, please print at home. Or download the free Guidebook app and search “DLF Forum” to get our schedule on your phone!

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