The 2014 DLF Forum was in Atlanta, GA, October 27-29 at the Georgia Tech Hotel & Conference Center.
Participation was 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 featured presentations and panels, workshops, research updates, working sessions, demos, and more.
Use the hashtag #dlfforum to tweet about the DLF Forum!
Recent Forum News
This reflection was written by Margaret Huang, Digital Archivist at the Philidelphia Museum of Art. Margaret attended the Forum with support from an ARL+DLF Forum Fellowship. I was able to attend my first DLF through the generous support of the ARL+DLF Fellowship …Read More
This reflection was written by Alissa Matheny Helms (@alinthearchives), Digital Access Coordinator at the University of Alabama Libraries. Alissa attended the Forum in November with support from a Students & New Professionals Fellowship. Being an early career LIS professional, I was honored to …Read More
Lisa Goldberg is a Private Conservator and News Editor for the American Institute for Conservation (AIC). She attended the DLF Forum as a member of AIC, with support from a Kress+DLF Cross-Pollinator Fellowship. Even though some time has passed since I …Read More
Ethan Gates (@The_BFOOL) is currently a Moving Image Archiving and Preservation Technician for the NYU Dept. of Cinema Studies. He attended the AMIA/DLF Hack Day event at AMIA’s annual conference, and was a ‘virtual cross-pollinator’, connecting ideas and conversations between AMIA and DLF. You can find his …Read More
This reflection was written by Nik Dragovic. Nik is currently a Research Library Fellow in the Digital Library Program at Emory University, and attended the Forum with support from a DLF Forum Fellowship for Students and New Professionals. Although the 2016 DLF Forum was only …Read More