The program for the spring meeting will feature a potpourri of speakers who will touch on current issues facing depository librarians during this electronic transition.
Joe Salem, Government Documents, Kent State University Library, will lead off with a report of his graduate research project at Kent, which studied the attitudes toward using the World Wide Web as a source of government information.
Karen Kimber, Wright State University, will review a Census workshop, held recently at Cleveland State University, which covered plans and products for the 2000 Population and Housing Census and the 1997 Economic Census. Continuing the focus on government information at the state level will be
Ron Amstutz, member of the Ohio House of Representatives (7th District) and current candidate for the office of state Senator. Mr. Amstutz will share with us his perspective on and involvement with the use of technology to provide citizens further access to state information and resources. His visit should also provide us with an opportunity to articulate the need for state information in our libraries.
There will also be reports from the recent Depository Library Council meeting in Newport and the Digital Library workshop at Case.
The meeting will begin at approximately 10 a.m. (registration and refreshments begin at 9:30 a.m.). PLEASE RSVP TO
MARGARET POWELL AT firstname.lastname@example.org
OR (330) 263-2279.
|9:30-10:00||Coffee and Refreshments
Kent State University
Wright State University
Ron Amstutz, Member
Ohio House of Representatives
|11:45-1:30||Lunch on Your Own (list of restaurants will be available)|
Dinner on Thursday Night (5/18) ???
If people are interested in dining together Thursday night please contact Margaret Powell at email@example.com or 330-263-2279
The State Library of Ohio is located in downtown Columbus, Ohio. Directions and a map are available at their website.
There are a number of hotels in downtown Columbus as well as along I-270 which circles Columbus. Hotels in either of these areas will provide you with easy access to the State Library. Visit the web site of your favorite hotel to find a Columbus-area location.
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