FDLP

2014 Depository Library Council Meeting and Federal Depository Library Conference

2014 Depository Library Council Meeting and Federal Depository Library Conference

Event held: April 30 - May 2, 2014

WEDNESDAY, April 30, 2014

Depository Library Council Meeting Kickoff with Public Printer and Superintendent of Documents

  • Davita Vance-Cooks, Public Printer of the United States, GPO
  • Mary Alice Baish, Superintendent of Documents, GPO
  • Arlene Weible, Depository Library Council Chair, Oregon State Library

Keynote presentations and 2013 and 2014 Library of the Year awards.

Available for download: Slide presentation

Date Recorded: 04/30/2014

Duration: 84 minutes

FDLP Forecast Study Report: Summary and Recommendations

Speakers:

  • Mary Alice Baish, Superintendent of Documents, GPO
  • Jane Sánchez, Director, Library Services & Content Management, GPO
  • Cindy Etkin, Office of Superintendent of Documents, GPO

Join us as we review and discuss the recommendations, goals, and objectives resulting from analysis of the input you provided GPO through the library and state questionnaires and the State Focused Action Plans.

Available for download: Slide presentation

Date Recorded: 04/30/2014

Duration: 87 minutes

National Plan for the Future of the FDLP

Speakers:

  • Mary Alice Baish, Superintendent of Documents, GPO
  • Cindy Etkin, Office of Superintendent of Documents, GPO

The strategic direction for the Program will be presented at this session. Guided by your Forecast responses and focused discussion, learn about the vision of the Program for the digital age and join the discussion of how we will achieve it.

Available for download: Slide presentation

Date Recorded: 04/30/2014

Duration: 82 minutes

THURSDAY, May 1, 2014

LSCM Update

Speakers:

  • Jane Sánchez, Director, Library Services & Content Management, GPO
  • Laurie Hall, Director, Library Technical Services, LSCM, GPO
  • Robin Haun-Mohamed, Director, Outreach and Support, LSCM, GPO
  • Anthony Smith, Director, Projects and Systems, LSCM, GPO

Update about current projects and other activities in Library Services and Content Management.

Available for download: Slide presentation

Date Recorded: 05/01/2014

Duration: 52 minutes

Library Services and Content Management Open Forum

Speakers:

  • Jane Sánchez, Director, Library Services & Content Management, GPO
  • Laurie Hall, Director, Library Technical Services, LSCM, GPO
  • Robin Haun-Mohamed, Director, Outreach and Support, LSCM, GPO
  • Anthony Smith, Director, Projects and Systems, LSCM, GPO

Questions and answers about LSCM operational issues. Come prepared to ask your pressing questions.

Date Recorded: 05/01/2014

Duration: 37 minutes

The Office of Scientific and Technical Information – Refocusing and Rebalancing

Speaker:

  • Tim Byrne, Office of Scientific and Technical Information, U.S. Department of Energy

The Dept. of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI) has recently refocused and rebalanced its products to be more in line with its primary mission of acquisition and distribution of DOE sponsored research. As a result, several products have been discontinued. This session will focus on which OSTI products are no longer available and which products you need to be using in the future.

Available for download: Slide presentation

Date Recorded: 05/01/2014

Duration: 35 minutes

Streamlining the Disposal Process: Making it Easier for Everyone

Speakers:

  • Hallie Pritchett, Depository Library Council Member, University of Georgia
  • Larry Romans, Depository Library Council Member, Vanderbilt University

Topics will include what we can do to make discarding easier under current Title 44 regulations and how we would like those regulations to change in order to expedite discarding documents—from the perspectives of both regional and selective depositories. We will give a brief history of the discard process, and talk about the wide variety of interpretations and misconceptions people have about what is and isn't allowed.

Available for download: Slide presentation

Date Recorded: 05/01/2014

Duration: 88 minutes

Defense Technical Information Center – Traditional Resources and 21st Century Innovations

Speakers:

  • Helen Q. Sherman, Defense Technical Information Center
  • Wendy S. Hill, Defense Technical Information Center

DTIC aggregates information and data from multiple Defense sources and makes this available to the public with expanded options for eligible users. New tools and data are now available as traditional collections continue to grow. Learn more about resources and methodologies for locating and providing Defense information on science, technology, research, engineering, military, and increasingly in social science areas, for your needs. The session will cover resources, how to find and access them, and some new options.

U.S. Census Bureau: Building a 21st Century Digital Data Dissemination Platform

Speakers:

  • Lisa Wolfisch, U.S. Census Bureau
  • Alexandra Figueroa, U.S. Census Bureau

This program will present ways the U.S. Census Bureau is transforming how data and information are disseminated online. Will be highlighting a redesigned Web site with new and improve navigation and presenting new and upcoming data tools and mobile applications.

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Date Recorded: 05/01/2014

Duration: 91 minutes

The Comprehensive Preservation Plan for Government Documents: A Discussion of NAPA Recommendation #3

Speakers:

  • Stephanie Braunstein, Depository Library Council Member, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
  • Marie Concannon, Depository Library Council Member, University of MIssouri
  • Kate Irwin-Smiler, Depository Library Council Member, Wake Forest University School of Law

In January 2013, after a ten-month study conducted at the request of Congress, the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) concluded that GPO “should work with depository libraries and other library groups to develop a comprehensive plan for preserving the print collection of government documents,” including cataloging and digitizing. In this presentation, we will hear from a variety of individuals about the elements that go into such a national plan, and the partnerships that will help make it happen.

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Date Recorded: 05/01/2014

Duration: 95 minutes

Centers for Medicare & Medicare Services (CMS) – Resources to Support Library Outreach and Education

Speakers:

  • Lynne Johnson, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
  • Susie Butler, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Libraries are a critical link in the community for providing health information. Learn about resources and tools available to librarians to assist customer seeking information on the various CMS programs such as the Affordable Care Act and Medicare program.

Administration for Community Living – Maximizing Independence and Well-being across the Lifespan

Speaker:

  • Shakia Baskerville, MPH, Public Affairs Specialist

The Administration for Community Living was designed to increase access to community supports for older Americans and people with disabilities, as well as for their families and caregivers. The presentation will provide an overview of the services offered by ACL and will detail how our website provides information on resources that engage, educate, and empower the community.

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Date Recorded: 05/01/2014

Duration: 69 minutes

Education Initiatives: Where we are and where we are going

Speakers:

  • Steve Beleu, Depository Library Council Member, Oklahoma Department of Libraries
  • Rosemary LaSala, Depository Library Council Member, St. John’s University School of Law
  • Cindy Etkin, Office of Superintendent of Documents, GPO
  • Kelly Seifert, Library Services and Content Management, GPO

Join us for an update on GPO’s education-related activities, including reviewing the prototypes of the new Training Resource Registry, Training Calendar, and Subject Matter Expert Locator. GPO will demonstrate these tools to us, and attendees will be invited to comment on them and offer suggestions for their future revision.

Available for download: Slide presentation

Date Recorded: 05/01/2014

Duration: 69 minutes

Office of the Federal Register – Looking Under the Hood: The Mechanics of Federal Rulemaking

Speaker:

  • Jim Hemphill, Office of the Federal Register

The newspaper headline states "U.S. shoots down ‘seismic air guns’ in search for offshore oil." Can you translate this for your customers? Jim Hemphill, of the Office of the Federal Register, takes you on a tour of the mechanics of the Federal regulatory process. The workshop covers the Federal Regulatory process as embodied in the public laws, the Federal Register, and the Code of Federal Regulations, and focuses on the documentation of Federal regulatory actions.

Available for download: Slide presentation

Date Recorded: 05/01/2014

Duration: 89 minutes

Regional Depository Meeting

Meeting for regional depository coordinators to discuss issues related to their libraries.

Agenda:

  1. Welcome
  2. Off-site/closed stacks storage
  3. National Plan
  4. New Business
  5. Updates

Date Recorded: 05/01/2014

Duration: 72 minutes

FRIDAY, May 2, 2014

Bringing Order to Chaos: Capturing the Federal Web for Permanent Public Access

Speakers:

  • David Walls, Library Services and Content Management, GPO
  • Dory Bower, Library Services and Content Management, GPO

Brewster Kahle, founder of the Internet Archive, has been quoted as saying “the Web is a mess.” As we all know, Federal agencies create, change, and remove Web content without notice. Federal agency Web masters also increasingly develop more and more complex Web sites using dynamic Web technology which makes archiving these sites a challenge. Members of LSCM’s Web Archiving team will share how they are addressing the “messy” issues of the Federal Web and increasing the discoverability and access to Web content through Web harvesting and archiving.

Available for download: Slide presentation

Date Recorded: 05/02/2014

Duration: 43 minutes

Digital Public Library of America

Speakers:

  • Emily Gore, Director of Content, Digital Public Library of America
  • Anthony D. Smith, Director, Projects and Systems, LSCM, GPO

The Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) is a national effort that seeks to build a comprehensive digital library of rich content from America’s libraries, archives, and museums, making them freely available to the world. It strives to contain the full breadth of human expression, from the written word, to works of art and culture, to records of America’s heritage, and to the efforts of e-science. DPLA Director of Content, Emily Gore, will provide a glimpse of the overarching DPLA service model and provide insight on some of the ways that it is directly benefiting the public. Anthony D. Smith, GPO Director of Projects and Systems, will share with the audience some of the early work that is taking place to bring government information directly to DPLA’s large audience of public users.

Available for download: Slide presentation

Date Recorded: 05/02/2014

Duration: 50 minutes

The Department of Everything Else: The Interior Department and It’s Resources

Speaker:

  • Jennifer Klang, U.S. Department of Interior Library

An overview of some Department of the Interior bureaus and how to find and access their Web resources, with a focus on the National Park Service and the Fish and Wildlife Service.

Available for download: Slide presentation

Date Recorded: 05/02/2014

Duration: 43 minutes

Depository Library Council Wrap-up Session

Join DLC Chair, Arlene Weible (Oregon State Library), as she facilitates a Council review of conference activities, including announcing the election of the Council Chair and Council Secretary for the upcoming year. This session also provides a look at their agenda for recommendations to GPO and action items for the work of Council. Public Printer Davita Vance-Cooks recognizes the outgoing members of Council and Deputy Public Printer Jim Bradley shares some parting words.

Date Recorded: 05/02/2014

Duration: 62 minutes