Librarians, archivists, and museum staff may be interested in participating in the Digital Library Federation (DLF) annual conference. DLF "works to advance research, learning, social justice, and the public good through the creative design and wise application of digital library technologies."
This year's DLF Forum will take place on October 14-16 at the Tampa Marriott Water Street in Tampa, Florida. The schedule features 56 sessions of varying kinds, as well as receptions and affiliated events. Keynote presentations will be by Director of the University of Pittsburgh’s Visual Media Workshop Alison Langmead and Marisa Duarte, an assistant professor at Arizona State University’s School of Social Transformation.
DLF will also offer a preconference workshop, Learn@DLF on October 13 focused on "digging into tools, techniques, workflows, and concepts." Learn@DLF features 10 sessions across two time slots on topics like text mining and the pedagogy of digital publishing.
Learn more and register for the forum and preconference here.