New: Recording/Slides From GPO “Partners in Preservation: Government Information for Future Generations” Virtual Meeting
This virtual meeting took place over three days (April 23-25, 2013) and audio recordings and presenter slides were made available late last Friday.
From the GPO:
[The virtual meeting] provides an opportunity to convey how GPO and Federal depository libraries are“Keeping America Informed” by preserving our nation’s documents of democracy for permanent public access. Through a mix of information updates, focused discussions, and training sessions, agenda topics explore:
- GPO’s role in preservation.
- Depository library views on preservation as reflected in FDLP Forecast Study responses.
- Partnerships for preservation.
- Digitization project guidance.
- Preservation of tangible collections.
- Digital registries.
Direct to Complete Meeting Agenda (PDF)
Direct to Audio and Slides (Day One)
Day One Presentations
Library Services and Content Management (LCSM Update)
- Harvesting, Dorothy Bower, Archive Specialist and Stacey Kinsel, Technical Services Librarian
- GPO: A NARA Affiliate Archive, Cynthia Etkin, Sr. Program Planning Specialist
- Partnerships, Suzanne Ebanues, Sr. Planning & Development Specialist
- New FDsys Content, Heidi Ramos, Sr. Planning & Development Specialist
FDLP Forecast Study Update
Direct to Audio and Slides (Day Two)
Day Two Presentations
Focused Discussion Group: Tangible Collection Preservation
Marie Concannon, Facilitator
Government Documents & Regional Coordinator, University of Missouri Libraries
- Guidance for Implementing a Digitization Project
David Walls, Facilitator and Preservation Librarian, LSCM
- Making Good Decisions in Digital Project Workflow Planning
David Lowe, Digital Programs Team Lead, University of Connecticut Libraries
- Surprise Collaborations in Creating a Digital Collection
Marianne Mason, Federal Information & Regional Librarian, University of Iowa Libraries
Material from Day 3 Should be Available Soon.
About Gary Price
Gary Price (email@example.com) is a librarian, writer, consultant, and frequent conference speaker based in the Washington D.C. metro area. He earned his MLIS degree from Wayne State University in Detroit. Price has won several awards including the SLA Innovations in Technology Award and Alumnus of the Year from the Wayne St. University Library and Information Science Program. From 2006-2009 he was Director of Online Information Services at Ask.com.