In her column, Superintendent of Documents, Mary Alice Baish provides updates on LSCM’s latest efforts as we continue the digital transformation, talks about the upcoming DLC Virtual Meeting, and thanks depositories for their partnership and service to the public. Read more...
David Flores, Government Documents Assistant at the James C. Jernigan Library at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, provides insights on creating interesting and effective displays of Government resources. Read more...
Lynda M. Kellam, Data Services and Government Information Librarian and Adjunct Lecturer in Political Science at the University of NC at Greensboro discusses the “Help!” educational webinar series. Read more...
Daniel Cornwall, Digital Librarian at the Alaska State Library and DLC member, discusses his blog, “Writer’s Guide to Government Information.”. Read more...
GPO Program Updates
Come visit GPO at the American Library Association’s Annual Conference
We will be in the exhibit hall at booth #2104.
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Did You Know?
Adelaide R. Hasse, GPO’s first librarian, in her brief 2-year career at GPO in the 1890s, collected about 300,000 Government documents, established the Public Documents Library, and then organized the collection by devising the classification system that, in an expanded form, is still in use today. You know it as the SuDocs classification system.
Question: Where can I find recordings of past FDLP events and conferences?
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