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#  [[Assessment:User Studies | AIG User Studies Group]]
#  [[Assessment:User Studies | AIG User Studies Group]]
## [[Assessment:User/UX | AIG User/UX Group]]
## [[Assessment:User/UX | AIG User/UX Group]]
## [[Assessment:User/Reuse | AIG Content Reuse Group]]
*DLF [[Pedagogy | Digital Library Pedagogy Group]] (aka #DLFteach)
*DLF [[Pedagogy | Digital Library Pedagogy Group]] (aka #DLFteach)
# [[Pedagogy:Outreach | #DLFteach Outreach Group]]
# [[Pedagogy:Outreach | #DLFteach Outreach Group]]

Revision as of 12:05, 7 June 2018

Welcome! DLF's wiki was created in 2014 for our various interest groups and affiliated organizations to share information, best practices, and community notes. (See the main Digital Library Federation website for info on DLF programs, fellowships, publications, and events.)

This wiki is also the home of our DLF Organizers' Toolkit!

DLF Organizers' Toolkit

  1. About DLF and the Organizers' Toolkit
  2. Working with Team DLF
  3. Starting a New Initiative or Working Group
  4. General Facilitation and Goal-Setting
  5. Facilitating for Diversity and Inclusion
  6. Preventing and Managing Burnout
  7. Gathering Info/Building Enthusiasm
  8. Planning an In-Person Meetup
  9. Setting Up Year-Round Meetings
  10. Planning Virtual Meetings and Webinars
  11. Talking and Writing
  12. Organizing and Sharing Your Work
  13. In a Nutshell

Hosted/Sponsored Groups and Projects

DLF Working Groups

Not all DLF groups maintain wiki pages. Find more activity here.
  1. AIG Cost Assessment Group (home of the DLF Digitization Cost Calculator)
  2. AIG Cultural Assessment Group
  3. AIG Metadata Assessment Group
  4. AIG User Studies Group
    1. AIG User/UX Group
    2. AIG Content Reuse Group
  1. #DLFteach Outreach Group
  2. #DLFteach Professional Development Group
  3. #DLFteach DOCC Group

Digitization and CLIR Hidden Collections Resources

These resources will be of particular interest to grant applicants for CLIR's Hidden Collections and Recordings at Risk programs and to anyone planning a digitization project.

  1. Common Challenges
  2. Rights, Ethics, and Re-Use
  3. Sustainability
  4. Institutional Capacity + Community

Need help?

Contact Team DLF or email info(at)diglib.org to have editing privileges enabled or to ask for help at any time!