With apologies for cross-posting, and thanks to the hard work of 3 separate program committees, volunteer peer reviewers, staff, and the wider community who proposed and voted on sessions — we're pleased to announce the programs for the 2016 DLF Forum and Liberal Arts Colleges Pre-Conference, and for NDSA’s Digital Preservation 2016! 

All three conference programs are available to browse now: 

We hope you’ll join us to hear exciting keynote and plenary talks by Jarrett Drake, Stacie Williams, Bergis Jules, and Allison Druin. We’ll also honor winners of DLF’s Community Capacity Awards and Forum fellowships, and present our 2016 NDSA Innovation Awards! 

These conferences run from November 6th through 10th in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. DLF will additionally host a number of affiliated events, including the Taiga Forum, an Ally Skills Workshop, and more.

Registration is open (while spots last), and information about the beautiful Pfister conference hotel, where rooms are going fast, is available. Our recently-revised Code of Conduct is also posted. Finally, if you will be away from home for the Forum on Election Day, please plan ahead. Full, non-partisan, state-by-state absentee voting info is on our website. 

On behalf of our organizing committees and local hosts, we look forward to welcoming the NDSA and DLF communities to Milwaukee this November! 

Bethany Nowviskie
Director of the Digital Library Federation (DLF) at CLIR
Research Associate Professor of Digital Humanities, UVa | | |