Activity this week at the State Agency Databases project (http://wikis.ala.org/godort/index.php/State_Agency_Databases) was focused on renovations to the Maryland page. More on that in a moment.
ORPHANS – WE’RE STILL STUCK AT THREE, PLEASE HELP OR SPREAD THE WORD
Our tally of states in need of volunteer document specialists is stuck at three as no one came forward this week to claim any of the following:
If you are interested in adopting one of these pages, please read our volunteer guide and make sure you can accept the responsibilities of a project volunteer. Then contact project coordinator Daniel Cornwall at email@example.com with a statement of interest and your favorite database from the page you are adopting.
If you’re NOT interested in adopting one of the states above, would you please forward this note or blog about the opportunity? Maybe someone you know would like to share or deepen their knowledge of Hawaii, Minnesota or Oklahoma produced databases. Thank you in advance for your forwards and reblogs.
As mentioned at the top, all of the database activity this week can be attributed to Siu Min Yu, volunteer for Maryland. Some of the databases added to Maryland this week include:
Appellate Court Opinions in PDF – From the website, “Only reported opinions are available here. Reported opinions appearing on this website may not be the final, official version of the text of Appellate Court opinions/orders. Only the bound volumes of the Maryland Reports and Maryland Appellate Reports contain the final, official texts of the reported opinions of the Maryland Court of Appeals and the Maryland Court of Special Appeals.”
General Assembly, Code of Public General Laws of Maryland – From the website, “The Code is arranged by subject matter and organized into “Articles” (e.g. Transportation Article), which are further subdivided into “titles”, “subtitles”, “sections”, “subsections”, “paragraphs”, subparagraphs”, etc.”
Maps and Map Data – Search the GIS Map and Map Data Portal.
Water Quality Mapping Data – A searchable database containing hundreds of water quality maps.
Trademark Search – Search the Trademarks & Service Marks Database in the State of Maryland. From the website, “The list which results from your search is made up of summary information filed with the Office of the Secretary of State of Maryland. This information may not reflect the most recent information on file. The last updated date below does not necessarily pertain to the database information to be searched.”
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