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Government documents librarianship : a guide for the neo-depository era

Author: Lisa A Ennis
Publisher: Medford, N.J. : Information Today, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book begins by looking at career opportunities in both Federal Depository Libraries (FDLs) and non-depository libraries with government documents collections. It then discusses skills and traits; networking and training options; managing and administering people, paperwork, and collections; and both public services and technical services issues.
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Genre/Form: Handbooks, manuals, etc
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Lisa A Ennis
ISBN: 9781573872706 1573872709
OCLC Number: 123539656
Description: xvii, 174 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Government documents librarianship: the sky's the limit --
GPO and FDLP history: a look back before moving forward --
The modern GPO and FDLP: the Neo-Depository Era --
FDLP requirements: dragons and beasts --
Networking and training: you are not alone --
Managing and administering: the big picture --
Public services issues: making the government documents collection sparkle --
Technical services issues: the devil is in the details.
Responsibility: Lisa A. Ennis.

Abstract:

This book begins by looking at career opportunities in both Federal Depository Libraries (FDLs) and non-depository libraries with government documents collections. It then discusses skills and traits; networking and training options; managing and administering people, paperwork, and collections; and both public services and technical services issues.
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