JAN/FEB 2001 FEDLINK TECH NOTES ON FLICC WEB SITE
WASHINGTON DC, MARCH 14, 2001 - The January/February 2001 issue of
FEDLINK Technical Notes bi-monthly newsletter is now available online
In this month's issue:
* FEDLINK Revolving Fund Signed Into Law
Susan M. Tarr, Executive Director, FLICC, says this new law will
allow for a normalized business operation that will ultimately mean
greater efficiencies and substantial savings for the government.
* OCLC News
Get details on the following:
FEDLINK is offering a variety of cataloging training this spring and
summer and will hold a two-day program on Cataloging Internet
Resources June 4/5;
new network training contracts have been established with several
a newly reindexed and reloaded OCLC Public Affairs Information
Service (PAIS) is now on the OCLC FirstSearch service; and
OCLC is now offering ILLiad resorce sharing software.
Also, the OCLC Institute has released their first offering of the
Online Library Learning Web-based training series, "Cataloging
Internet Resources Using Marc 21 and AACR2"; get details on this
training and information on member pricing and non-member pricing.
* WEB CITINGS
FLICC's new Content Management Ad Hoc Working Group will deliver its
report to the FLICC Executive Boark (FED) later this month; the report
will discuss, among other things, FirstGov, the U.S. Federal
government online resource engine.
And visit the FLICC/FEDLINK Educational Calendar Web page for
information on upcoming FLICC educational events and the FEDLINK
training program at http://lcweb.loc.gov/flicc/calclass.html.