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#MLTW2017 – FEDLINK update

Joe Cappello

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  • Information Retrieval

FEDLINK Next Steps

  • recruiting highly qualified talent
    • Executive Director
    • Contracting Specialist
    • Contract Operations supervisor
    • Network librarian
  • Process improvement and system modernization
    • processes and workflow
    • FEDlink systems
    • Internal control and risk assessment
  • Assessing current FEDLINK structure
  • Embrace leadership in Federal libraries

Partnering with FEDLINK

FEDLINK Fees for FY18

Transfer pay

  • admin fee — 6.75%
  • discontinued tiered discounts

FEDLINK Awards

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Posts for Teach Me Technology Day

Posts for Teach Me Technology Day

Posts are now available on New Technologies for Federal Libraries blog for the Teach Me Technology Day (12 April 2016) .  More will be added as I receive them from those who did presentations and demonstrations.  It was a great success.  Thank you to all who participated.

https://newtech4fedlib.sites.usa.gov/category/teach-me-tech-day/

Members of the working group:

  • Co-Chair: Nancy Faget (Army Research Laboratory nancy.g.faget.civ@mail.mil <mailto:nancy.g.faget.civ@mail.mil>  )
  • Co-chair: Lila Faulkner (Department of Justice libraries lila.faulkner@doj.gov <mailto:lila.faulkner@doj.gov> )
  • Web chair: Bill Drew (Air Force Research Laboratory, wilfred.drew.ctr@us.af.mil <mailto:wilfred.drew.ctr@us.af.mil> )
  • Data chair: Chris Belter (NIH library, christopher.belter@nih.gov <mailto:christopher.belter@nih.gov> )
  • Programming chair:  Lee Lipscomb (Federal Judicial Center llipscomb@fjc.gov <mailto:llipscomb@fjc.gov>  )

 

Bill Drew

Web Chair – FEDLINK Libraries and Emerging Technologies Working Group

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Keeping Current: FEDLINK Expos

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The opportunities that Federal librarians have to network at and attend conferences have been curtailed of late. What remains for us are the FEDLINK Expos that are completely free, open meetings with a webcast component so the community can collaborate.

When are they held? Spring and Fall every year

Where are they held?  Library of Congress and online via iCohere

(subscribe to the FEDLIB list for details about the next Expo)

 At prior year events, I learned these things.

  • The Library of Congress is making a concerted effort to aggregate and publish information about Federal libraries. This is a no-brainer because “If we don’t do it, who else will? “.
  • Other Federal libraries, such as the Marshall Center Research Library in Garmisch, Germany are using WorldShare, a hosted solution for libraries. Staff in the library catalog items in many different languages.
  • Federal librarians are working to formulate Open Access solutions in multiple Federal agencies including DTIC which is acting on behalf of the Department of Defense.

 Who knows what you’ll learn and who you’ll meet at an Expo?

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