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Public Printer Names New Members to Depository Library Council

Congratulations to our FGI colleague Daniel Cornwall, as well as to David Cismowski — for his 2nd tour of duty no less! — Rich Gause, Scott Matheson, and Teri Taylor for being named to the Depository Library Council!

The five new DLC members for the June 1, 2014 – May 31, 2017 term are:

David Cismowski is Chief of the State Library Services for the California State Library. He manages all the library services sections, including the Government Publications Section and focuses on the role and mission of state libraries in providing excellent information services to state government, other libraries, and to all members of the general public. As a former Regional Depository Coordinator from 2005 to 2009, Cismowski focused on re-establishing state-wide communication with depository libraries and developed an orientation program for new coordinators. He previously served on DLC from 2008 to 2011.

Daniel Cornwall is Digital Librarian at the Alaska State Library. Cornwall works closely with Library Development on technology needs, social media and monitoring emerging technologies. Prior positions include Head of Information Services, Head of Technical and Imaging Services, and Government Publications/Technical Services Librarian. He currently serves as Alaska’s ALA Chapter Councilor and, since 2007, has managed the State Agency Databases Project for the State and Local Documents Task Force of ALA’s Government Documents Round Table (GODORT).

John Richard Gause, Jr. is Government Information Librarian at the John C. Hitt Library, University of Central Florida. As the documents coordinator, Gause is a leader in statewide training initiatives for new librarians and the public. He has been active in establishing specialized collections at the University of Central Florida, including Centers of Excellence for DOE, AEC, NRC, and NASA. Mr. Gause’s previous library experience was in public and special libraries. He is very active in ALA’s GODORT at the state and local levels.

Scott Matheson is Associate Librarian for Technical Services at the Lillian Goldman Library, Yale Law School. Matheson oversees library technical services including acquisitions, serials control, cataloging, and electronic resource management. He has experience in both public and technical services, including Reference and Government Documents Librarian at Yale Law Library and as Head of Public Services at the University Colorado William A. Wise Law Library. As Librarian for Digital Resources at Yale Law School and Web Manager at the Yale University Library, he has extensive experience managing digital data and metadata, as well as library and IT systems.

Teri Taylor is U.S. Documents Librarian at the New Jersey State Library where she promotes government documents to the public and state agencies via training classes, newsletters, and social media. Her previous experience was as Senior Librarian with the Camden County Library, in Voorhees, New Jersey. Taylor is a member of the New Jersey State Data Center Advisory Committee, the State Library Social Media Task Force, and the State Library Information Center E-Resources Management Committee. She is an active member of the Documents Association of New Jersey.

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