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Lunchtime Listen: Born Digital Government Information

Back in April I gave a brief (18 minutes!) talk at the Center for Research Libraries Forum, Leviathan: Libraries and Government Information in the Era of Big Data. Here are the slides and the audio recording of that presentation:

The presentation gave me an opportunity to give some historical context to and draw some conclusions from the paper (Born-Digital U.S. Federal Government Information: Preservation and Access) I wrote for the CRL forum. Also see my speaker notes, additional links, examples, and accompanying material where all the really cool stuff is!

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