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Lost in the Stacks,“the one and only Research Library Rock’n’Roll show” from WREK at Georgia Tech, will be doing the second of three episodes on the 2014 DLF Forum this Friday at noon EDT. The show will focus on the DLF Forum Cross-Pollinators – colleagues from the library and museum communities that would not typically attend the Forum – who were awarded travel funds in order to join the conversation happening in Atlanta next week.

Tune in to hear why Cross-Pollinators Penni Martorell, Jana Hill, Samantha Norling, Caroline Dechert, and Netta Cox are looking forward to the Forum.

The final DLF-themed show, a Forum wrap-up, will be at 12:00 pm EDT on October 31st.

You can listen to the podcast of the first DLF show with Jennifer Vinopal and Sarah L. Shreeves here.

The DLF Forum Cross-Pollinator Fellowships for Museum Practitioners are generously supported by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation.

The ER&L + DLF Cross-Pollinator Travel Award is a reciprocal program with ER&L, Electronic Resources and Libraries.

The 2014 DLF Forum will be October 27-29 in Atlanta, Georgia.


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