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Fall 2006 Depository Library Council audio and notes on the way

Attendees of the 2006 Fall Federal Depository Library Conference and Council Meeting heard about a number of developments in government information and the Federal Depository Library Program, including:

  • NTIS will investigate providing access to its digital content for federal depository libraries
  • celebrating Judith Russell’s tenure as Superintendent of Documents
  • All Depository Library Council sessions from this meeting will be released as podcasts!

To learn about these developments and to hear low quality audio before the official podcasts come out, take a stroll through the FGI Fall 2006 FDLP/DLC roundup page. Virginia Rigby has graciously offered her detailed notes from the sessions she attended – I’ll be posting these and my own notes over the next couple days. When listening to the audio files, wear headphones!
And, as always, we’d love for you to share your own notes and experiences from the conference!

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