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Thursday, August 16 • 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Open Forums: Preservation of Electronic Government Information (PEGI) Project

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The PEGI project (Preservation of Electronic Government Information) is a two-year, grant-funded initiative to document challenges and discover new efforts for government information collection and preservation in this electronic age.  Archivists’ viewpoints are crucial to the work.  Through this forum, we hope to collect ideas, experiences and insights which will in turn contribute to an inter-disciplinary white paper articulating a national agenda for collaborative action.

Speakers
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Deborah Caldwell

University of North Texas
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Marie Concannon

Head, Government Information & Data Archives, University of Missouri
Head of Government Information and Data Archives at an FDLP (Federal Depository Library Program) regional library, and formerly worked at the State Historical Society of Missouri for a total of 28 years of service. Chaired the U.S. GPO's Depository Library Council in 2014-2015. In... Read More →
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Martin Halbert

Dean of Libraries, UNCG
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James R. Jacobs

US Government Information Librarian, Stanford University
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Shari Laster

Head, Open Stack Collections, ASU Library
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Scott Matheson

Assoc. Librarian for Technical Services, Yale University
As Associate Law Librarian for Technical Services at the Yale law library, Scott supports acquisition, description, and access to digital and print resources in the Law Library and to legal resources across campus. He completed a three year term on the Depository Library Council last... Read More →
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Roberta Sittel

Government Information Librarian, University of North Texas
Robbie Sittel is the Government Information Librarian at the University of North Texas where she oversees the Eagle Commons Library, a campus branch library that houses a number of specialized services including UNT?s Government Information Connection and the Funding Information Network... Read More →


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