Thursday, October 31, 2013

DLF Forum Live Streaming

For those of us who can't be in lovely Austin, Texas, next week for the Digital Library Federation Forum, DLF is live streaming a number of presentations on Monday, November 4 and the keynote address on Wednesday, November 6. From the DLF website (note that the times are CST):

Live Stream Schedule (CST)

Monday, November 4
9–10:30 am — Welcome by Rachel Frick, Director of the DLF, Keynote Address by R. David Lankes
10:45 am–12 pm — Carpe Data: Data Curation Services at Four Different Institutions
1:30–3 pm — Geospatial Data and Digital Libraries
3:30–4:30 pm — Big Archival Data: Designing Workflows and Access to Large-Scale Digitized Collections
4:45–5:30 pm — Pathways to Stimulating Experiential Learning and Technological Innovation in Academic Libraries

Wednesday, November 6
10:45 am–12 pm — Keynote Address by Char Booth, Closing Remarks

Live stream link:

Other ways to participate:
Follow the conversation on Twitter #DLFForum.
Review the Community Notes Google docs (link in session description):

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