The Council on Library and Information Resources and the Digital Library Federation are proud to announce that the 2022 Forum fellowship application<https://forum2022.diglib.org/fellowships/> is now open. This year, we are offering a limited number of fellowship opportunities to enable a diverse group of students and practitioners to attend the 2022 DLF Forum<https://forum2022.diglib.org/>, to be held in Baltimore, Maryland this October.
Eligibility information for each of the following award categories is available on our website<https://forum2022.diglib.org/fellowships/>, but DLF member<https://www.diglib.org/about/members/> affiliation is NOT required to apply (so please share this opportunity widely!):
* Fellowships for Students
* HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) Fellowships
* TCU (Tribal Colleges and Universities) Fellowships
* Public Library Fellowships
* Fellowships for Grassroots Archives and Cultural Heritage Organizations
All fellowships will include the following:
* Complimentary DLF Forum registration
* A complimentary room at the conference hotel for three nights (October 9-11)
* A stipend for travel and incidentals ($650)
* Invitations to special networking opportunities
* The option to present a short lightning talk during the conference
In return, Fellows agree to share a brief (500 word) reflection on their experiences to be published on the DLF blog<https://www.diglib.org/category/forum-fellows/> after the Forum.
Take a look at our website for more information and the link to this year’s lightweight application.
The deadline to apply is 11:59pm ET on Tuesday, May 31.
Gayle and Team DLF
P.S. The deadline to submit a session proposal for all of our 2022 events has been extended until May 9. All calls for proposals are available on the Forum website<https://forum2022.diglib.org/calls-for-proposals/>.
Gayle Schechter, MSLIS | she/her/hers
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