Please see the below announcement about an exciting upcoming event from DLF’s Data and Digital Scholarship working group (DLFdds). Like all DLF working groups, DLFdds is open to ALL, regardless of whether you’re affiliated with a DLF member institution or not. Join the DLFdds Google Group to stay informed.
We invite you to a joint meeting between CLIR’s DLF Data and Digital Scholarship working group and RLUK’s Digital Scholarship Network that will explore the potential to create a Transatlantic community of practice around digital scholarship and data skills exchanges amongst research libraries. This is a really exciting opportunity for CLIR and DLF folks to engage with a large and experienced group of our international colleagues around issues of digital scholarship and data services within research libraries and cultural organizations.
Participants in this initial session will be matched around individual interests and given space to connect and network through breakout sessions. The session will provide opportunities for knowledge exchange and peer mentoring between both groups and will lay the foundation for a transatlantic community of practice. Join us for what promises to be a highly-interactive and engaging session through which we will explore these opportunities further through a comparison of our respective skills strengths and needs, and how these might be shared and addressed collectively.
Monday 26th April, 16.00-17.30 4pm London, 11am Eastern, 9am Mountain, 8am Pacific
[registration will close on Wednesday 21st April].
Gayle Schechter, MSLIS | she/her/hers
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