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FGI Webinar “Disappearing govt information” to GPLNE tomorrow 10/24 @ 2pm EST

UPDATE 4/7/2020: GPO has taken down the audio recording. It’s been uploaded and made available at the Internet Archive. Thanks again Andrew!

UPDATE 10/25/17: Our slides and notes are now up. You can view them in Google slides (go into the settings to view both the slides and speaker notes) or if you prefer, you can download the powerpoint slides + notes or as PDF+notes (smaller file) directly from us! And here’s the link to the audio recording.

Tune in tomorrow at 2pm EST for the FGI Webinar “Disappearing govt information” (our actual title will be “Government information: everywhere and nowhere”) to GPLNE – Government Publications of New England tomorrow 10/24 @ 2pm EST. You can log in to the public link hosted by GPO. We’ll be sure to post the slides, notes and audio here as soon as they’re available.

FGI Fugitive Documents webinar now available on YouTube

Jim Jacobs and I gave a webinar in January, 2015 entitled “Community-Based Digital Collection Development of Born-Digital Government Information” for the “Help! I’m an Accidental Government Information Librarian” webinar series. You can find our notes and slides at freegovinfo.info/fugitives. And now you can find our presentation on YouTube! Thanks to Lynda Kellam and the Help! webinar team for posting this and all of their presentations on their new YouTube channel.

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