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:

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