2010 Missouri Documents Conference
Thursday, May 27, 2010
Collection Development Strategies for Selective Depository Libraries
Ann Marie Sanders
This is a hands-on opportunity to consider various approaches to collection development in an increasingly electronic depository library program. Participants should bring their library's FDLP internal password, a *printed* copy of their library's current selection profile, their collection development policy, and any tools used within their institution in making collection development decisions. A flash drive is optional, but some participants find it helpful.
Marcive and Triple I: Revised
A step-by-step guide to editing Marcive Records in a cluster environment for monographs, serials and especially hearings and other Congressional documents. (Presented concurrently with Q&A on Marcive's Services)
Q&A on Marcive's Services
Curious about GPO's partnership with Marcive for a Catalog Record Distribution pilot project? Considering "Documents without Shelves" or other Marcive cataloging services for your library? Atttend this session and learn more. (Presented concurrently with Marcive and Triple I: Revised.) Jim will talk about how recent changes in GPOs cataloging practices affect the records you get from Marcive and options to consider in the increasingly electronic environment of the depository program.
FDLP from the Customer's Perspective
Introduction to Spatial Datasets and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Matthew Gerike and Shannon White
This workshop introduces Geographic Information Systems (GIS) tools for libraries. A demonstration about obtaining and using federal and state spatial data sets is key to this hands-on session. We will share free internet mapping sites to assist with customer research and questions.
Marie Concannon started out as a Graduate Library Assistant under Sally Schilling in Ellis Library's Documents office in 1987. In 1989 she took a job as reference librarian at the State Historical Society of Missouri. After eleven years, she returned to the Documents office in 2000. She has held the Regional Coordinator position since 2008.
John Fouke has been with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) for the past 23 years. John began his federal career as a cartographer in the photogrammetry division at the Defense Mapping Agency , San Antonio,Texas in 1983. John currently holds the position of Chief in the USGS Science Information and Library Services office at Rolla, Missouri.
Matthew Gerike uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and government spatial data sets daily as a Research Specialist at the University of Missouri's Geographic Resources Center (GRC). The GRC frequently uses federal Census, hydrography, and imagery products as well as state transportation, natural resources, and social services GIS data in mapping, analysis, and data development projects. Matt graduated from Kansas State University in 2004 with an MA in Geography.
Jim Noel has been Marcive's Manager of GPO Services since 1993. He earned his MLS at the University of Buffalo, where he was the graduate assistant in Lockwood Library's government documents department. Prior to joining Marcive Jim worked in government documents at Louisiana State University and in the systems office at the University of Rhode Island library.
Annie Moots earned her Masters degree at the University of Missouri - Columbia School of Information Science and Learning Technologies. She is the Government Documents Librarian for the Missouri State Library. She leads the Missouri State Publications Access Program team, which is building a digital library of electronic state publications. She has been at the State Library over four years and spends a great deal of her time working on the Program.
Ann Marie Sanders holds a BA in Humanities from Nazareth College, a MS in Librarianship and an MA in Geography from Western Michigan University. She has worked at large- and medium-sized academic libraries, small- and medium-sized public libraries, served as a public library trustee and a brief volunteer stint as a K-6 school librarian. Ann has been the Regional Depository Librarian at the Library of Michigan in Lansing, Michigan since 1995.
Tammy Stewart serves as the Reference and Government Information Librarian at the Duane G. Meyer Library at Missouri State University. She received her MLS degree from the University of Missouri in Columbia in 1993 (before distance learning). She began her documents career as a Library Associate in 1990 at then Southwest Missouri State University and earned a faculty position there in 1997.
Julia Towns-Campbell has been a center librarian for 15 years with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). She began her career at the EROS Center in Sioux Falls, SD in 1993. She is currently the center librarian at the USGS Columbia Environmental Research Center in Columbia, MO. For the last 9 years, she has had the privilege of representing the interests of the 22 USGS Center Libraries within the USGS and the Department of the Interior.
Shannon White earned her PhD in Instructional Technology from North Carolina State University in 2005. She holds a dual faculty appointment at the University of Missouri with the Department of Geography and MU Extension. She serves as a Geospatial Extension Specialist at MU working throughout the state to promote geospatial technologies, geographic analysis and spatial thinking. Her work in Missouri is with local, state, regional, national and international groups of researchers and geospatial technology users.