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DLF Digital Library Pedagogy Group

The DLF Digital Library Pedagogy group is an informal community within the larger DLF community that was formed thanks to practitioner interest following the 2015 DLF Forum. The group, which has a dedicated Google Group, is open to anyone interested in learning about or collaborating on digital library pedagogy.

Get involved

Join the Google Group and participate in an upcoming Twitter chat, using the hashtag #DLFteach. Chats will take place at 2PM and 8PM EST (that’s 11AM and 5PM PST) on each of the following dates:

  • January 10, 2017

Questions for 1/10/2017 chat:

• Q1 What is the most important thing for users of digital collections to understand about information privacy? • Q2 Are there best practices in information privacy/security education from your experience/perspective? What are they? • Q3 How do you address information privacy and security in your instruction? • Q4 Does your library’s info lit program have a goal related to privacy/security? If yes, what is it? If not, do you think it should? • Q5 How does (or could) information privacy and security intersect with other topics of info lit at your institution?

  • March 14, 2017
  • May 9, 2017
  • July 11, 2017
  • September 12, 2017
  • November 14, 2017

Archives of previous chats are available on the DLF website.

Current Projects

Archived Documentation

As Digital Library Pedagogy projects conclude, they will be archived with the Open Science Framework.