2012 DLF Fall Forum notes & slides

An incredibly successful Digital Library Federation fall forum has just concluded in Denver. As part of this conference, attendees collaboratively took notes in GoogleDocs, linked from the individual session description pages off the Schedule page (http://www.diglib.org/forums/2012forum/2012-dlf-forum-schedule/); slides are being added so check back if not yet available.

This conference was seriously great and included an update on the Bibliographic Framework Initiative; tons on digital scholarship, data curation and digital humanities; and plenty more metadata fun.

About Jason Kovari

Jason Kovari is Metadata Librarian. Humanities and Special Collections at Cornell University. Prior to arriving at Cornell, Kovari worked as Special Collections Digital Initiatives Librarian for the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss). He serves on multiple committees for the Rare Book and Manuscript Section of ACRL and is the Blog Coordinator for the ALCTS Metadata Interest Group.
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