1. Faces of the DLF Forum 2013: Harrison Dekker


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    Harrison Dekker, the Coordinator of Data Services for the Doe/Moffitt Libraries at UC Berkeley and self-professed data nerd, shares his thoughts about the DLF Forum 2013. He comes to the forum because he tends "to prefer these smaller events where you meet practitioners, talk about specific technologies, what’s going on at your institutions.”

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    • Faces of DLF Forum 2013: Gina Siesing


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      Bryn Mawr College's CIO, Gina Siesing, shares her impressions of the DLF Forum and what brought her here. She enjoys hearing from and interacting with practitioners in the digital library field, citing it as a phenomenal community, and the conversations that take place in "the spaciousness between sessions."

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      • Reactions to Dr. R. David Lankes' Keynote Address at the DLF Forum 2013


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        Attendees were asked to summarize the DLF Forum 2013 keynote address in one word.

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        • Faces of DLF Forum 2013: Scott Young


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          Scott Young is a Digital Initiatives Librarian at Montana State University. He likes DLF because it connects him to a community of others who care about the same thing that he does. He thinks the DLF Forum is great because it brings attention to critical areas of digital librarianship and it brings together a group of people who are asking and answering the same questions. According to Scott, "We are better together."

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          • A Digital Library for Everyone: Designing for Collaboration and Innovation


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            Audio recording with slides. This panel of public and academic librarians presents some of their experiences and suggestions for collaboration across diverse memory institutions; examines what is at stake for providers and audiences, and how to provide an environment for innovation for creating the big tent digital library; and opens up discussion to collect the wisdom of the Forum’s participants by posing questions about selected topics. The panel consists of Sandra McIntyre, Cheryl Walters, Nate Hill, Toby Greenwalt, Michael Lascarides, and Jefferson Bailey. This recording is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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