The 2011 Best Practices for Government Libraries: e-Initiatives and e-Efforts: Expanding Our Horizons is now available: 2011 Best Practices for Government Libraries in PDF. Here is the link to the article on the Government Info Pro: 2011 Best Practices for Government Libraries Now Available. Best Practices for Government Libraries for 2011 is also available from the right sidebar of the Government Info Pro at http://www.governmentinfopro.com where it will continue to reside.
Authors include Ed Burgess, Lily McGovern, Dawn Joines, Rachel Kingcade, tammy Garrison, Pat Alderman. Did I miss anyone?
The 2011 edition of Best Practices includes over 70 articles and other submissions provided by more than 60 contributors including librarians in government agencies, courts, and the military, as well as from professional association leaders, LexisNexis Consultants, and more. As the editor of Best Practices for Government Libraries,
The 2011 Best Practices for Government Libraries: e-Initiatives and e-Efforts: Expanding Our Horizons is broken into six sections:
- EMBRACING NEW AVENUES OF COMMUNICATION
- ADAPTING TO NEW AND EVOLVNG TECHNOLOGIES
- ALTERING OUR PLACES AND SPACES
- TACKLING CHANGING EXPECTATIONS, RESOURCES, AND JOB DESCRIPTIONS
- PRESERVING WHAT WE HAVE AND PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE
- EXPANDING HORIZONS
Thank for sharing your knowledge, experience, and thoughtful perspectives in this year’s Best Practices. Please don’t wait until next year’s Best Practices to write again. I invite you to be a guest author on the Government Info Pro anytime you like. I really would like to have some conference take-away posts this summer so please share some of what you learn in local programs and the big summer conferences with your peers via a short blog post for the Government Info Pro. Just send it to me in an email or as a Word doc and I’ll take care of the rest. Remember – it doesn’t have to be fancy. It could just be a couple paragraphs or five things you learned.