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    [1]    From: Aliya Reich <>
           Subject: Calls for Proposals for 2021 CLIR Events: DLF Forum, NDSA’s DigiPres, Learn@DLF (48)

    [2]    From: Eliza Papaki <>
           Subject: TRIPLE #1 ThatCamp (56)

        Date: 2021-04-20 20:10:42+00:00
        From: Aliya Reich <>
        Subject: Calls for Proposals for 2021 CLIR Events: DLF Forum, NDSA’s DigiPres, Learn@DLF

The Council on Library and Information Resources is pleased to announce that we
have opened Calls for Proposals for our conferences happening online this
November: the Digital Library Federation’s (DLF) Forum, Learn@DLF, and NDSA’s
Digital Preservation 2021: Embracing Digitality.

Based on community feedback, we’ve made the decision to take our events online
again in 2021. We look forward to new and better ways to come together—as
always, with community at the center.

We invite members of Humanist to propose a talk for one of our events this fall.

For all events, we welcome submissions from members and nonmembers alike.
Students, practitioners, and others from any related field are invited to submit
for one conference or multiple (though, different proposals for each, please).

Our events will take place on the following dates:
- The DLF Forum (#DLFforum): November 1-3
- NDSA’s Digital Preservation 2021: Embracing Digitality (#DigiPres21): November
- Learn@DLF workshop series (#LearnAtDLF): November 8-10

Learn more about our events and session options on the DLF Blog:

The deadline for all opportunities is Monday, May 17, at 11:59pm Eastern Time.

Direct to the CFPs:
- The DLF Forum and Learn@DLF CFP is here:
- NDSA’s Digital Preservation 2021: Embracing Digitality CFP is here:

If you have any questions, please write to us at We’re looking
forward to seeing you online this fall.

-Team DLF

P.S. Want to stay updated on all things #DLFforum? Subscribe to our Forum
newsletter or follow us at @CLIRDLF on Twitter.

Aliya Reich | she/her/hers
Program Manager for Conferences and Events
🦀 Based in Baltimore, MD
Digital Library Federation (DLF)
Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR)
211 North Union Street Suite 100-PMB1027, Alexandria, VA 22314

        Date: 2021-04-19 12:27:04+00:00
        From: Eliza Papaki <>
        Subject: TRIPLE #1 ThatCamp

Dear colleagues, dear Open Science advocates,

You’re invited to TRIPLE’s 1st ThatCamp, “Discovering Discovery: Envision
your ideal ecosystem for exploring research resources” on the 11th of
May, from 9:30am to 5:00pm CEST.

Event: The TRIPLE ThatCamp #1 is an interdisciplinary, inter-professional
forum to share concepts, strategies and resources for discovering research
and getting research discovered. The event is an opportunity to learn from
each other, brainstorm together, identify roadblocks, raise concerns and
dream up solutions on a peer-to-peer level. Learn more about the event and
register on the TRIPLE website ( (

ThatCamp stands for “The Humanities And Technology Camp”. It is a so-called
unconference based on the BarCamp concept: an open, agile and spontaneous
meeting where participants learn and work together by engaging in group
discussions, co-working sessions or other forms of collaborative work.
People engage with each other to “create, build, write, hack, and solve
problems” ( The event will be hosted
using Zoom for video conferencing and Miro, a virtual collaborative
whiteboard tool.

Program: The session time slots are planned out, but session topics and
formats are defined by the participants. Whether they are currently working
on a project, article or talk, and would like others to join writing a
draft paper collaboratively, or have a story to share on which they’d like
to hear other participants’ opinions, or like to put a problem up for
discussion and look for solutions together – whatever it is, everyone is
invited to submit a suggestion. At the beginning of the event, those
willing to lead a session will be invited to pitch their idea (30-60
seconds, depending on the number of suggestions), and participants will
then vote on the topics that will actually find their way onto the agenda.

You can already add your ideas to our virtual Miro whiteboard (you’ll get a
link to the board when you sign up) to jumpstart the process. Any idea is

The number of participants is limited, so we would advise you to register
early. The event will be held in English via Zoom, it’s free and open to
all those interested in Open Science and the notion of “discovery”. Please
forward this invitation via your internal channels.

We look forward to your registration by May 10:

Questions? Contact us at

Best regards,
The TRIPLE ThatCamp Task Force

The TRIPLE project ( is funded by the
European Commission, under Grant Agreement No. 863420. Project coordinator
is Suzanne Dumouchel (Huma-Num), Co-coordinator of OPERAS. For more
information please contact her at Suzanne.Dumouchel[at]

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