2012 Meeting Proceedings
Agenda for the Regional Depository Library Meeting.
This presentation provides an overview of the American FactFinder system with an emphasis on intermediate functions.
This session provides an overview of the fundamentals of depository collection development. Concepts included are a review of the Federal Government information needs of a library community as well as FDLP collection lists and other content.
2012 Recommendations from the Depository Library Council.
This session features a model of collaboration between Southeastern Center of Excellence (COE) libraries to promote historically valuable information and shows how this model may be applied in other library settings.
Presentation highlighting Federal Land Patents Survey Plats and Field Notes Land Status Records from the U. S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management General Land Office Records
The Township and Range
The Library of Congress American Memory and Materials Distributed at Genealogical Research Presentations
Educational handout from Facing Training Needs: Building a Training Resource presentation.
Materials presented during the Wednesday session of the FDLP Forecast Study.
Materials presented during the Thursday session of the FDLP Forecast Study.
Materials presented during the Monday session of the FDLP Forecast Study.
Materials presented during the Tuesday session of the FDLP Forecast Study.
The Federal Register Publication System: What It Is and How to Use It
Christopher C. Brown from the University of Denver presents on digitization standards, metadata standards, record distribution both OIA-PMH harvesting and MARC record distribution, and other logistic matters relating to the digitization of documents diseminated in microfiche format.
Final agenda for the Fall 2012 DLC Meeting in Arlington, VA.
Final at-a-glace schedule for the Fall 2012 DLC Meeting in Arlington, VA.
Bert Chapman from Purdue University provides a presentation highlighting government information resources on rare earth minerals from agencies such as DOE, DOD, USGS, Congress, and congressional support agencies.
The North Carolina Library Association’s Government Resources Section (GRS) initiated the “Help! I’m an Accidental Government Information Librarian” series of webinars. Find out more about the series, including how it was implemented and its impact, as well as how you can participate.
Presentation covering the content and organization of EOs and Ps and learn how to locate them and a project undertaken by the University of Hawai‘i at M?noa Library to compile a list of all the EOs and Ps related to Hawai‘i and convert the list to a searchable MySQL database.
Spark the imagination of freshmen researchers with entertaining and educational government e-resources in the sciences and humanities. Inspire critical thinking through surprise gems from the Library of Congress American Memory site. This presentation introduces ideas for ways to use these resources for instruction at all levels of a liberal arts curriculum.
Provides a tutorial of tools available to research and track federal and state bills, explore the Congressional Record, and access agency and legislative data.
Search tip for using the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Web Patent and Application databases, and the European Patent Office [email protected] database.
A Colobrative presentation detailing the Planning of the Six-State Virtual Government Information Conference.
Presentation about the non-governmental National Security Archive based at George Washington University.
Dr. Mary Beth Bigley of the Office of the Surgeon General, HHS, the editorial offices of Public Health Reports (PHR), explains the behind-the-scenes operation of producing a peer-reviewed journal that is published on a bi-monthly basis.
Tracing the history of the Statistical Abstract, documenting its value and uses over time, reviewing the reaction to the Census Bureau’s decision to discontinue it, and hearing how ProQuest is handling the challenges and sharing some insights as to what it is taking to reconstruct this valuable resource.
This presentation will demonstrate DOE Data Explorer, Science Cinema, and Energy Science and Technology Software Center. There will even be some discussion of text-based tools such as the DOE Information Bridge, Energy Citations Database, Science.gov, and WorldWideScience.org.
This session presents an overview of the SelectUSA program and services offered and unveils an exciting opportunity to partner with the libraries to create a curriculum for success in dealings with international investors.
The LSCM Update to the Depository Library Council
Details of the roles the for St. Louis Area Sub-Regional Coordinator
El uso de la información de Gobierno Federal en la investigación cientifica
Jane Canfield, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Puerto Rico provides a presentation in English and Spanish on the use of government documents in the process of research and investigation.
This session explores ways in which government information can shed light on the causes of the war, the relationships integral to it, and the outcomes that resulted. It will also describe some of the lasting impacts not often thought of as directly war-related.
Document provided for new Federal depository library coordinators. This guide is intended to help you learn about your library’s depository and the responsibilities of being a depository coordinator.
Web published content has moved from its position as an additional access method to the primary publishing platform for much of the content created by the Federal Government. The Web provides a variety of challenges and opportunities for building meaningful collections and providing access to end users. This panel will discuss the basic building blocks of Web archiving as well as updating the community on efforts to harvest and preserve federal Web content.
This presentation includes information regarding the planning, procedure, and final result of an extensive weeding project, as well as a discussion of the impact of HathiTrust Digital Library document availability and a state-wide light archives agreement.
Highlights from the welcome session welcome session to begin the 2012 Depository Library Council Meeting and Federal Depository Library Conference. Acting Public Printer, Davita Vance Cooks , provides information on topics including GPO's Transformation into a digital information platform, GPO's Strategic Plan, Budget for Fiscal Year 2013, and FDSys and FDLP accomplishments.
Superintendent of Documents Mary Alice Baish provides an update on the FDLP Forecast Study for the FDLP community.