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E-Access: The Changing Face of Government Information
Register for GID15 at http://tinyurl.com/q8ycfzm
Librarians & information professionals provide the crucial link between information and the communities we serve as well as a vital role in acquisition, organization, dissemination, and preservation of information, particularly government information. At Government Information Day 2015, our theme is E-Access: The Changing Face of Government Information. Join us for a free, one-day conference for librarians, information professionals, and the public to learn about online services and discuss the transformation of government information from the print to the digital age.
Click here to watch a short video on Government Information Day 2015.
Davita Vance-Cooks, Director, Government Publishing Office: “Transformation of the GPO as a 21st Century Publisher.” http://indianapolis.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=3&clip_id=13522.
Jane Kirtley, Silha professor: “The Digital Paradox: Practical Obscurity, the right to be forgotten, and other threats to access to government information.” http://indianapolis.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=3&clip_id=13530.
Carol Rogers, Deputy Director, Indiana Business Research Center: “Information for Indiana: A working update on Indiana Data.” http://indianapolis.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=3&clip_id=13548.
Connie Rendfeld, Digital Initiatives Librarian, Indiana State Library: “Indiana Memory: your gateway to the history and culture of Indiana.” http://indianapolis.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=3&clip_id=13521.
Andrew Weber, Legislative Systems Manager, Law Library of Congress: “Exploring Congress.gov.” http://indianapolis.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=3&clip_id=13541.
Please click here to view the schedule and topics for the day.
GID15 is a free event for anyone who wishes to attend. Librarians can earn up to six Library Education Units (LEUs) towards their certification.
FD KBH 4-10-2015