2019 Moderator Training

2019 Forum & DigiPres Moderator Training

The 2019 DLF Forum is upon us! All moderators at the DLF Forum and NDSA’s Digital Preservation 2019, all presenters, and any interested members of the community are invited to participate in this virtual session about chairing and moderating at the conference. No sign-up is required.


Time & Location

September 25, 1 pm-2:30pm EST

Presentation slides available here

Recording available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/NkcJ0XvG3CA



In collaboration with the 2019 DLF Forum Inclusivity Subcommittee, Dr. Paige Morgan, Sheila Rabun, and Helene Williams will facilitate the training session.


Dr. Paige C. Morgan 


Paige Morgan is the Digital Publishing and Copyright Librarian and Head of Digital Scholarship and Publishing Services at the University of Delaware Library, Museums & Press. She has previously worked at the University of Miami Libraries as Digital Scholarship Librarian & Scholarly Publishing Officer, and as a CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow at the Lewis and Ruth Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship at McMaster University. She holds a PhD in English and Textual Studies from the University of Washington.

Sheila Rabun

Sheila Rabun



Sheila is the ORCID US Community Specialist at LYRASIS, providing technical and community support for 123+ research institutions in the US that are ORCID members through a consortial approach. She has a background in academic digital libraries and community-driven initiatives. Learn more about Sheila at https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1196-6279


Helene Williams 



 Helene Williams is Principal Lecturer at the University of Washington iSchool, teaching in the MLIS program. She was a long-time academic librarian working in collections, information literacy, and user services at institutions large and small, public and private. Her current research is in digital humanities and training librarians to work at the intersection of data, content, technology, and people.


Resources for Conference-Goers

Moderators and session chairs can encourage presenters and audience members to make use of the following resources: