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Keeping America Informed by using NC LIVE & Depository Library resources - Shared screen with speaker view
Kerry
16:44
yes
Joselyn Williams
16:48
yes
Kim Allman
16:52
So, yes it is easy to go down the rabbit hole with gov docs.
Sherry Locklear
17:46
Totally agree, Gov Docs is a rabbit hole!
Comp-06
20:29
yes
David Young
20:33
yes
Andrew G
22:27
yes
Ashlea
22:28
yes
pwood@umo.edu
22:31
yes
David Young
22:31
yes, I cn
Comp-06
22:31
Yes
Kelsey Chandler
22:32
yes
Kevin Randall
22:32
yes
Sherry Locklear
22:36
yes
Lisa Coats
25:19
Wow, the 6th most visited state? I had no idea...
David Serxner
25:33
For your added trivia, we are the 7th largest commercial apple producers in the Nation.
Cindy Brody
26:57
The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree
David Serxner
27:16
Heritage tourism is one of the largest sources of revenue in NC.
Terri Leonard
29:16
How are "born digital" documents archived in order to do historical research once these websites might no longer be available?
Pat
29:17
Are the Born Digital documents searchable?
Lisa Coats
29:48
Such useful resources!!!
Lisa Coats
31:45
"Du boys” though it doesn’t look like it!
Cindy Brody
32:16
Thanks, Lisa. Good to know!
Lisa Coats
34:10
Love seeing Ben around the library!
Kerry
34:27
this is really cool, didn't know about this one
Lisa Coats
35:03
Elisabeth takes Little Ben around like others travel with garden gnomes for photo opts
Mark Peterson
35:05
Fun!
Carmen Barnes-Holden
35:44
That is so neat!
David Young
36:37
That's a great learning tool for elementary school children. I was unaware with the resource, too!
Kerry
36:55
Do you still get physical resources sent to you from the GPO for inclusion in the physical collection or do you only get digital resources now?
Christopher Davis
39:05
i'VE BEEN TO New Born. Pepsi
Comp-06
41:53
How do you weed your collection?
Comp-06
43:59
Do you have high use collections?
Lisa Coats
44:09
Nice job! Great information!
Audrey Stewart
44:11
for someone interested in gov docs, how do you go about getting more involved in this area
Anne Pemberton (UNCW)
44:14
Awesome job!
Audrey Stewart
44:20
as in, how did you get this position :)
David Young
44:24
Great job, to the speaker! Very informative!
eblount1
44:37
Great Resources!
Cindy Brody
45:10
Thank you for your insights!
Alexia Riggs
45:33
thank you!
Comp-06
46:21
Yes, it does. Great session -- very informative
Susannah B.
46:44
Great job! And shout out to Public Papers of the President, my favorite government publication!
vickie spencer
49:33
where would you find Ben's Guide?
Miss_Glenn
49:57
bensguide.gpo.gov
Comp-06
50:22
Do you digitize any FDLP information
Elisabeth
50:35
fdlp.gov
Lisa Coats
51:20
Love the name of that!
David Young
51:40
That's right! The NCLA GRS section puts out those help webinars!
Lisa Coats
51:59
Did you learn anything about the Census that you were surprised by?
Lisa Coats
52:32
Yes! Economics and services!
Elisabeth
53:07
YouTube: "Help! I'm an Accidental Government Resources Librarian"
catherinecajka
53:13
did you say its a you tube series?
Mark Peterson
54:00
Great job, Elisabeth!
catherinecajka
54:03
Thank you!
Leslie Shaip
54:06
Thank you so much!
Lisa Coats
54:09
Thank you so much for your presentation and all the good information!
Ilishe Mikos
54:09
Thank you!! So helpful
Ashlea
54:14
Thanks so much!
Kerry
54:14
Thank you, appreciated learning about these resources!
Andrew G
54:15
Thank you for your presentation
claire golcher
54:16
Thank you!
David Young
54:19
Thanks so much, a very useful talk!
Kim Allman
54:19
Thanks for the information.
Ted
54:19
thank you
Melody Chuang
54:20
Thank you very much. It's very helpful.
Terri Leonard
54:22
Contact info again?
Netta Cox
54:22
Thanks!
eblount1
54:28
Thank you!
Elisabeth
54:28
You're welcome, thank you for attending!
Linda
54:28
Thanks, Elisbeth/
lems
54:30
Thanks!
KHAZANIER
54:30
Thank you.
Gary R.
54:32
Thank you. Very informative!
Pat
54:39
Good info. Thank you.
Lisa Coats
54:39
Thank you Amelia for your co-hosting throughout today!
Patrice
54:45
Thank you for the information!
Jody Lohman
54:51
Thank you!