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DLF on the Radio! 

Tune in to "Lost in the Stacks," from WREK at Georgia Tech, for a three-part series on the 2014 DLF Forum. The first installment broadcasts Friday, Oct. 17 at noon Eastern time, when DLF Advisory Committee members Sarah L. Shreeves and Jennifer Vinopal discuss the Forum with Lizzi Rolando and Fred Rascoe from Georgia Tech. 

Subsequent episodes will broadcast Oct. 24 and Oct. 31 at noon. Read more.

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