2015 Depository Library Council Meeting and Federal Depository Library Conference
- Last Updated: January 21 2016
- Published: June 29 2015
Thank you, members of the FDLP community, for making the 2015 Depository Library Council Meeting & Federal Depository Library Conference a success!
The staff at the U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) and the Depository Library Council enjoyed connecting with the FDLP community for the largest annual gathering of Federal depository librarians and colleagues in the country.
The theme of this year’s event was: GPO and the FDLP: A Rich History, A Vibrant Future. As we look back on over 200 years of service to the public in ensuring access to the documents of our democracy, we can all be proud of the work we have done in support of Keeping America Informed. As we look ahead, we can see a vibrant future based on safeguarding those documents and guaranteeing they are preserved and accessible for countless generations to come.
During this free, three-day event, attendees:
- Participated onsite and virtually in collaborative, informative, and interactive presentations, meetings, and events
- Attended educational sessions presented by GPO, other Federal agencies, and depository library staff
- Networked with GPO staff and depository librarians from across the Nation
- Attended special events, such as the 2015 Library of the Year celebration, gatherings by library type, and other networking opportunities
- Viewed interesting and informative poster presentations
- Learned about GPO’s online tools and resources through interactive demonstrations on GPO’s Federal Digital System (FDsys) and the Catalog of U.S. Government Publications (CGP)
- Contributed to important discussions about the future of access to U.S. Government information
The DLC Meeting & FDL Conference on Twitter
Take a look at the event’s Twitter feed for tweets and photos shared by attendees and GPO. Search #gpodlc15.
Recordings of Virtual Sessions
Sessions of the 2015 Meeting & Conference held in the Crystal Ballroom were broadcast virtually and recorded. View the archive.
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Archived Conference Information