Conference Session 193
The surprising world of government libraries: trends and prospect of new user services
Government Libraries, Government Information and Official Publications, Law Libraries with Library and Research Services for Parliaments
Congress track 5: Ideas, innovations, anticipating the new.
16 August 2012 08:30 - 10:30 | Room: Session Room 4
Access to digital case law in the United States: a historical perspective
XIAOHUA ZHU (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA)
The United States Federal Depository Library Program: been here since 1813 and determined to be here as long as the people need government information to participate fully as citizens
STEPHANIE GANIC BRAUNSTEIN (Regional Federal Depository Library, Louisiana State University, Louisiana, USA), KAY CASSELL (Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA), REGINA BEARD (Kansas State University, Kansas, USA) and ANTOINETTE SATTERFIELD (United States Naval Academy, Maryland, USA)
Government libraries in Greece: current situation and future considerations
Translations: [Français] [Español]
MARIA MONOPOLI (Library Section, Bank of Greece, Athens, Greece) and ANNA MASTORA (Secretariat General of Information and Communication & Mass Media, Athens, Greece)
Finnish government libraries - what's next?
JOHANNA MELTTI (Ministry of Justice, Tampere, Finland)
Last update: 14 September 2012