Thanks to Shari Laster and Lynda Kellam (our fearless editors!) we’ve now got all of the articles (or soon to be all) conveniently posted to the Open Science Framework (OSF) wiki. So please enjoy this special issue of Against the Grain (v29 #6 December 2017/January 2018). These are all pre-prints for which the authors have permission to post to their institutions’ digital repositories.
This table of contents links to preprints from “Ensuring Access to Government Information,” a special issue of Against the Grain (v29 #6 December 2017/January 2018). The issue was guest edited by Lynda Kellam and Shari Laster.
- Ensuring Access to Government Information – p. 1 by Shari Laster and Lynda Kellam
- “Issued for Gratuitous Distribution” – p. 12 The History of Fugitive Documents and the FDLP by James R. Jacobs
- State of State Documents – p. 18 by Susanne Caro
- The Collaborative Federal Depository Program – p. 22 ASERL’s Plan for Managing FDLP Collections in the Southeast by Cheryle Cole-Bennett
- The HathiTrust Federal Documents Program – p. 23 Towards a Digital U.S. Federal Documents Library at Scale by Heather Christenson
- Federal Documents Archive – p. 26 A Model for Preserving and Providing Access to U.S. Documents at The University of California by Jesse Silva
- End of Term 2016 Presidential Web Archive – p. 27 by Mark E. Phillips and Kristy K. Phillips
- Maintaining Access to Public Data – p. 30 Lessons from Data Refuge by Margaret Janz
- Documentation as Data Rescue – p. 33 Restoring a Collection of Canadian Health Survey Files by Kristi Thompson
- Data Mirror: Complementing Data Producers – p. 35 by John Chodacki
- Preservation of Electronic Government Information (PEGI) Project – p. 36 by Roberta Sittel
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