DLF Working Group on Labor in Digital Libraries

The DLF Working Group on Labor in Digital Libraries, Archives, and Museums was launched in 2017 by organizer Ruth Tillman. To learn more about its origins, read the announcement. Find ways to get involved below.

Get Involved

As we continue our work, the DLF group on Labor in Digital Libraries, Archives, and Museums is following up on results from the Collective Responsibility forum. We remain open to new project proposals and ideas for work and are happy to talk about sponsoring subgroups to take on specific tasks.

The Google Group will be used for coordination of meetings and work. Anyone may ask to join.

The DLF wiki is used to share an overview of the group’s work, minutes from the meetings, suggested readings, and timelines. Those interested in following but unable to be involved at this time may follow its progress there.

Current sub-groups are focused on the following:

As a DLF Working Group, this group will operate under the DLF’s Code of Conduct.

 

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