The proposals are in for the DLF Forum, Learn@DLF, NDSA’s Digital Preservation 2022, and CLIR’s Digitizing Hidden Collections Symposium! Now it’s time to shape the program. From May 11 – May 31, proposals will be open for public voting through the DLF community voting app: voting.diglib.org.
During this period, community members will be able to review titles and abstracts and cast votes based on their interest in seeing certain presentations as part of our events this fall. After voting closes, the program planning committees for each event will use the community’s input, in combination with results from a concurrent peer review process, to inform its decisions about the conference programs.
People who submitted complete proposals will be notified of status in the summer. Presenters will be guaranteed a registration place at their event.
Anyone is welcome to vote. You will need to create an account on voting.diglib.org. You can cast votes for as many presentations as you’d like, but only one vote per presentation. For each presentation, the proposal type is listed to the right of the “Cast Vote” button.
The title and abstract will be available for each proposal. You can toggle between the four events using the top menu in blue.
Voting closes at 11:59 pm ET on Tuesday, May 31.
The planning committees for the four events will consider community voting results among other factors, including the peer review results, when making final decisions on the 2022 programs.
Thank you for helping to inform our selection process!