JAN/FEB 2001 FEDLINK TECH NOTES ON FLICC WEB SITE
WASHINGTON DC, MARCH 22, 2001 - Due to production delays the print
edition of the January/February 2001 issue of FEDLINK Technical Notes
newsletter is not yet available. We will be mailing it as soon as
possible. The online edition is on the Web at
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 resource 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 Board (FEB) 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.