Shari Laster (a person)

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After the Election: Libraries, Librarians, and the Government

(This post originally appeared on Free Government Information.) Like many of my colleagues, I’m struggling to understand what the results of the Presidential election mean for my work as a government information librarian at a public institution of higher education. In the weeks and months ahead, those of us who claim to value diversity, inclus... Read more

FGI Podcast: Building a Collaborative FDLP

(This post originally appeared on Free Government Information.) Today’s lunchtime listen is FGI’s first podcast(!), a conversation recorded on July 25, 2016, with James A. Jacobs, James R. Jacobs, and Shari Laster discussing “Building a Collaborative FDLP.” If you missed that post, here’s an excerpt: FDLP libraries can work together to prov... Read more

Rare & Endangered Government Publications committee (REGP) panel discussion at ALA Annual

(This post originally appeared on Free Government Information.) At the 2016 ALA Annual Conference, held in Orlando in late June, GODORT’s Rare & Endangered Government Publications committee hosted a panel discussion about GPO’s National Plan for Access to U.S. Government Information. The discussion responded to four questions: How can d... Read more

GPO’s National Plan for Access to U.S. Government Information: an overview

(This post originally appeared on Free Government Information.) Last month, the Government Publishing Office (GPO) released the National Plan for Access to U.S. Government Information: A Framework for a User-centric Service Approach to Permanent Public Access. The National Plan is the culmination of four years of study and planning activities c... Read more