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Slides for Plenary Session II, Monday April 26, 2-3:30 discussion at Depository Library Conference in Buffalo NY.

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    Plenary Session II: Preservation and Access Plenary Session II: Preservation and Access Presentation Transcript

    • Plenary II: Preservation & Access
      • What are the appropriate roles of GPO vis-à-vis FDLP libraries in terms of digital access and preservation?
    • Plenary II: Preservation & Access
      • What are libraries doing to facilitate digital preservation and access?
    • Plenary II: Preservation & Access
      • What could/should GPO be doing to capture born-digital material such as agency documents for ingestion into FDsys?
    • Plenary II: Preservation & Access
      • How might digital deposit with FDLP libraries be part of the effort to save born-digital materials which are at risk of disappearing altogether?
    • Plenary II: Preservation & Access
      How could GPO utilize FDLP desktop and FDLP community sites to coordinate communication and digitization efforts of FDLP libraries? What information should be shared there?
    • Plenary II: Preservation & Access
      What are the ways that FDLP libraries can participate in digital access & preservation processes? How can/should GPO expand and facilitate those processes? What do libraries need in order to participate more fully in the digital FDLP?