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LSCM FY2011 Year in Review

yir11-coverThe 4th annual Library Services and Content Management (LSCM) Year in Review has been released. It addresses topics such as the Digitization Projects Registry, Needs & Offers 2.0, the GPO Access transition to FDsys, the Cataloging Record Distribution Project, the PACER: Access and Education Program, the FDsys Training Initiative, and more. Titled, LSCM’s Past, Present, and Future of Keeping America Informed: FY2011 Year in Review, this publication speaks to the roots of GPO and the FDLP, our present progress, and the future of the FDLP and the involvement of FDLP librarians in shaping that future.

The FY2011 Year in Review is available  pdf electronically (1.15 MB) on the FDLP Desktop and is also cataloged under:

News & Events

June 10, 2021
New Electronic Titles (NET) are now available for May 2021 These files are accessible from the New Titles section of the Catalog of... Read More ...
June 09, 2021
Register to attend the live training webinar, "An Introduction to Benefits.gov." Tuesday, July 13, 2021Time: 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.... Read More ...
June 08, 2021
 A new, limited-quantity offer is now available to Federal depository libraries. GPO’s Library Services & Content Management has... Read More ...
June 08, 2021
This message has been cross-posted. Please excuse any duplication. Check out these free, upcoming educational webinars from the U.S.... Read More ...
May 28, 2021
The U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) have released President Biden’s Fiscal Year 2022... Read More ...
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Serials Processing Working Group

Help your library users with Government information in multiple languages. View the FDLP Academy webinar: Not Just in English Anymore: Locating and Using Government Resources in Other Languages. Find publications in over 100 different languages in the Catalog of U.S. Government Publications, including:

Point Spanish speakers to resources in the Spanish Language Documents: Online Resources LibGuide and distribute FDLP brochures in Spanish, available through Order FDLP Promotional Materials for both for depository and non-depository library audiences.

Serials Processing Working Group

Take a closer look at all the Congressional Serial Set contains on American Indian and Alaskan Natives. Our partner at the University of Oklahoma College of Law has a wonderful digital collection of American Indian and Alaskan Native documents published in the Serial Set from 1817-1899.

Here are just a couple of examples of what you find:

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Shari Laster served on the DLC from 2010-2013, including a term as chair (2012-2013). Currently, Shari is the head of Open Stack Collections at Arizona State University Library, where she is responsible for collections strategies and operations for ASU Library's open stack collections, which include millions of print and openly-accessible digital resources, including federal, state, and local government resources. Shari has continued to hold active leadership roles in ALA GODORT, including a tenure as chair (2017-2018). She is also a project team member with the PEGI Project, a collaborative effort seeking to address long-term access and preservation challenges related to born-digital Government information.

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June is Great Outdoors Month! it’s time to encourage people to get outside and recreate responsibly! Whether they are headed to a national park or other lands protected with the help of NPS programs and partners, let visitors know how they can experience, enjoy, and learn from the outdoors. As we continue to also celebrate 100 Years of Health, share the importance of health for all and how every person can benefit from being outdoors.

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Have you spotted a UFO? Check out Project Blue Book – Unidentified Flying Objects from the U.S. Air Force (CGP record).

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Congrats to FDLP veteran Deborah Mongeau on her upcoming retirement from the University of Rhode Island. Having served for 46 years since 1975, her deep, dark secret was that she never took a Government documents course in library school. She became an accidental FDLP librarian, and right from the beginning, making Government information accessible has been the centerpiece of her entire career. In retirement, she hopes to find a way to continue to make it so.

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