If you’d like to hone your skills at locating and reporting fugitive documents, check out this e-mail from GPO:
From: Announcements from the Federal Depository Library Program [mailto:GPO-FDLP-L@LISTSERV.ACCESS.GPO.GOV] On Behalf Of FDLP Listserv Sent: Thursday, January 21, 2010 12:40 PM To: GPO-FDLP-L@LISTSERV.ACCESS.GPO.GOV Subject: Chat with GPO: Helping GPO Identify Fugitive Publications On Thursday, January 28, 2010 at 1:30PM EST, Joe McClane, Manager of GPO's Content Acquisitions and Linda Nainis, GPO's Acquisitions Librarian will discuss how documents librarians can help GPO identify fugitive publications. The presentation will feature a 30-minute slideshow that explains how GPO staff find fugitive documents and ways the community can help GPO improve the researching and processing of new documents. Time will be allocated at the end of the session for questions. Space is limited to the first 100 participants on a first come basis. GPO recommends arriving at least 10 minutes early in order to reserve your spot and test your connection. Connect to the GPO OPAL Room: <http://www.conference321.com/masteradmin/room.asp?id=rs38bb0e4b3a5a>. For more information on GPO's OPAL implementation and OPAL requirements, visit: <http://www.fdlp.gov/outreach/onlinelearning/68-opal>. _________________________________ If you have questions or comments, please use the askGPO help service at: <http://www.gpoaccess.gov/help>. When submitting a question, please choose the category "Federal Depository Libraries" and the appropriate subcategory, if any, in order to ensure that your question is routed to the correct area.
If you have an interest in identifying fugitive publications, I strongly encourage you to attend this OPAL session. The better reports that GPO has, the faster any given item will be cataloged. This benefits everyone. Hope to see you there.
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