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Managing electronic government information in libraries issues and practices
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English
ISBN:
9780838909546
Yayın Bilgileri:
Chicago : American Library Association, 2008.
Fiziksel Tanımlama:
xii, 240 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

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E-Kitap 1382955-1001 Z688 .G6 M37 2008 ALA E-Kitap Koleksiyonu
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Managing and providing access to the ever-expanding wealth of electronic government information now available presents a significant challenge for librarians, even those who are government documents specialists.

In two parts, this expert guide from ALA's Government Documents Round Table (GODORT) provides the necessary resources librarians can use to connect patrons to specific information via government sites and electronic documents.

In part one, the contributing authors discuss historical contexts and contemporary issues of electronic government collections. In part two, they give practical guidance for implementing and improving services.

Deftly Andrea Morrison, this book

Navigates the local, state, federal, and international e-government landscape Provides in-depth description and examples for cataloging electronic government documents Suggests outreach methods for sharing resources internally and externally Recommends practical tips for keeping up with electronic government information

Libraries of all types will find this comprehensive book a very useful bridge to serving more patrons through electronic government collections. Offering sound advice for anyone who is or should be working with government documents, this book is especially useful for reference, map, digital, and technical services librarians.


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Kitap Listesi Değerlendirmesi

This handy, commonsense guide covers the local, state, federal, and international e-government landscape. It is written by practitioner experts, and their collective experience gives it sterling credibility. Editor Morrison also produced the well-received International Government Information and Country Information (2004). Part 1 is made up of six chapters covering areas such as historical trends, policies, best practices, and future challenges. Chapter titles include Digital Preservation of Electronic Government Information and Reaching Out to Youth with Electronic Government Information.  Part 2 provides practical advice for implementing and improving services with regard to collection development, bibliographic control, digital preservation, and related topics. Chapters here include U.S. Government Printing Office Practices for Cataloging Electronic Resources and Foreign Countries' Electronic Government Information. Managing Electronic Government Information in Libraries is worthy of space on the professional reading shelf of virtually any librarian who works with government information in e-format.--Lichtenstein, Art A. Copyright 2008 Booklist


"Library Journal" İncelemesi

In the past decade, government documents have undergone an electronic metamorphosis, and documents librarians have been challenged to adhere to their historical mission of providing government information and access to the people while re-interpreting that mission in terms of technological innovation. This volume's 16 chapters deal with various aspects of this challenge, including access to diverse populations, special concerns regarding geographic information, collection development, digital preservation, Government Printing Office (GPO) cataloging practices, local bibliographic control and processing, government information as part of reference and information literacy programs, and, finally, the difficulties of managing local, state, and international government information. Barbara Miller and Barbara J. Mann's "Government Information Instruction in the Information Literacy Environment" provides an understanding and examples of integrating bibliographic instruction with government information and literacy competency standards. Hui Hua Chua's chapter on collection development has insights for the selection and collection of electronic resources that extend beyond its concentration on government information. Editor Morrison has served as past chair of the American Library Association's Government Documents Round Table (GODORT), authored numerous scholarly works on government information, and is an associate librarian at Indiana University, Bloomington. Essential for academic and depository libraries, highly recommended for all libraries.--Margaret Sylvia, St. Mary's Univ. Lib., San Antonio (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


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William SudduthAmy WestGrace-Ellen McCrannLinda ZellmerMarianne MasonKaren Russ and Sarah ZiegenbeinHui Hua ChuaJohn A. StevensonElaine WinskeGrace-Ellen McCrannBarbara Miller and Barbara J. MannM. Elizabeth CowellMary MartinLori L. SmithCatherine MorseJian Anna Xiong and Jing Liu
Prefacep. v
Acknowledgmentsp. ix
List of Abbreviationsp. xi
Part I Issues
Chapter 1 Federal Government Information Policy and the Electronic Federal Depository Libraryp. 3
Chapter 2 The Impact of Technology on Managing Access to Electronic Government Information in Librariesp. 14
Chapter 3 Digital Preservation of Electronic Government Informationp. 21
Chapter 4 Electronic Government Spatial Information: Issues, Challenges, and Opportunitiesp. 34
Chapter 5 Providing Access to Electronic Government Information to Diverse Populationsp. 44
Chapter 6 Reaching Out to Youth with Electronic Government Informationp. 60
Part II Practices
Chapter 7 Collection Development: Handling Electronic Government Information through the Federal Depository Library Program and Beyondp. 71
Chapter 8 U.S. Government Printing Office Practices for Cataloging Electronic Resourcesp. 86
Chapter 9 Bibliographic Control and Processing of Electronic Government Information in Librariesp. 113
Chapter 10 Integrating Online Government Documents into Library Reference Servicesp. 136
Chapter 11 Government Information Instruction in the Information Literacy Environmentp. 152
Chapter 12 Digital Preservation of Electronic Government Information: Projects and Practical Advicep. 164
Chapter 13 Managing Local Electronic Government Information in Librariesp. 174
Chapter 14 State Government Informationp. 184
Chapter 15 Managing Electronic International Government Information: Issues and Practicesp. 195
Chapter 16 Foreign Countries' Electronic Government Informationp. 209
Indexp. 227