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You're invited to the NetLibrary eContent Update presentation for
Federal Libraries. 

Hosted by FEDLINK and OCLC, the session is scheduled for Wednesday, June15 at two convenient times: 

*       9:30am 
*       1:30pm 

Each session should last approximately (2) two hours and there will be
plenty of time for questions. As usual, the session will be held in the
<http://www.loc.gov/flicc/edintro.html> FLICC/FEDLINK Training Room, RM216, Adams Bldg, which is at 2nd & Independence Avenue, SE, Washington, DC.
Call now to register: (202) 707-4800 

Who should attend 
You'll want to attend if: 

*       You've heard about Downloadable Audiobooks and would like to see a demo 
*       Your users have specific subject interests, such as IT,
terrorism, foreign affairs or public health & safety, etc. 
*       You would like to make more effective use of your NetLibrary
collection 
*       You support users who frequently travel or are deployed 
*       You have material to Preserve or Digitize and would like to
learn how OCLC can help 

For all these reasons and many more, the June 15 session is one you
won't want to miss. John Gioeli, OCLC Federal Sales Director, will walk
you through the latest content available from NetLibrary-including the
new  <http://www.oclc.org/audiobooks/> Downloadable Audiobooks service. 

NetLibrary fits your needs and your users' needs
Whether you're a Base/Post General Library, Business Library, Military,
Medical, Law Library or a combination, NetLibrary has a collection to
fit your needs and those of your users. NetLibrary's eContent is
available to your users anytime and anywhere they have a Web
connection-even those deployed or on international assignments. 

Broad subject content for flexible collection growth

Have specific subject needs in mind? 

Come hear how you can save up to 35% on
<http://www.oclc.org/info/subjectsets/> pre-selected subjects sets
through June 20. Or select your own, from subjects such as: 

*       Business and Economic Collections 
*       Foreign Affairs, Foreign Language Collections 
*       Middle-East Studies 
*       Terrorism and homeland security 
*       Computers, IT, Scientific Collections 
*       Engineering and Environmental studies 
*       Finance, Investing and Statistics 
*       Medical and Law materials 

And if this isn't enough, you can also access a
<http://www.oclc.org/info/collectiondeveloper/ebooks.htm> special
collection with titles that are pennies on the dollar. 

Call now 

For all these reasons and many more, plan now to attend the NetLibrary
session at the FLICC/FEDLINK Training Room on June 15. Call today: (202)707-4800 

Learn more about  <http://www.oclc.org/econtent/> NetLibrary eContent.



James W. Oliver
FEDLINK Vendor Services Coordinator
Library of Congress
Washington, DC 20540-4935
V-(202)707-4960, F-(202)707-4955
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