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== How can this Organizers' Toolkit section help? ==  
 
== How can this Organizers' Toolkit section help? ==  
 
Much of the work of organizing through DLF involves thoughtful internal and external communication, open and respectful collaboration along shared timelines, and careful consensus-building. We recommend a number of resources in this toolkit as a guide, especially in sections on "[[General Facilitation and Goal-Setting]]" and on "[[Facilitating for Diversity and Inclusion]]." Ideally, the schedules — and tone — you help set for your group’s projects will allow for all voices to be heard. And in a perfect world, you’ll have plenty of time to loop [https://www.diglib.org/about/staff/ Team DLF] in as appropriate, for collegial advice, help where needed, an occasional sign-off on something big, and/or assistance with a communications plan.  
 
Much of the work of organizing through DLF involves thoughtful internal and external communication, open and respectful collaboration along shared timelines, and careful consensus-building. We recommend a number of resources in this toolkit as a guide, especially in sections on "[[General Facilitation and Goal-Setting]]" and on "[[Facilitating for Diversity and Inclusion]]." Ideally, the schedules — and tone — you help set for your group’s projects will allow for all voices to be heard. And in a perfect world, you’ll have plenty of time to loop [https://www.diglib.org/about/staff/ Team DLF] in as appropriate, for collegial advice, help where needed, an occasional sign-off on something big, and/or assistance with a communications plan.  

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