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The June 2012 issue of FDLP Connection is available now from <http://www.fdlp.gov/home/fdlpnews/newletters/archive/view/listid-2-connect/mailid-30-vol2issue6>. This month's theme is "Collections."

In her column, Superintendent of Documents, Mary Alice Baish provides updates on updates on the FDLP Forecast Study and FDsys training, commemorates depository library milestones, and welcomes news members of the Depository Library Council. Meanwhile, your colleagues, Ashley C. Campbell and Jean Sparks (members of the Government Documents Task Force at the Florida Institute of Technology's Evans Library) and Katrina Stierholz (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis) share their insights.

June features include:

* The GPO eBook Program;
* The 25th Annual Interagency Depository Seminar;
* The Cartographic Users Advisory Council Comes to GPO;
* Depository Library Council members "Using Usage to Build the Case for More Usage"; 
* Library Spotlight;
* And more!

Sign up to receive our newsletter via e-mail at <http://www.fdlp.gov/home/fdlpnews/newletters/archive/listid-2-connect>. The theme for the July issue is "Promotion" and in August the focus will be "Training." 

Share your expertise, unique services, and other items of interest with fellow colleagues throughout the library community by contributing to future issues of FDLP Connection.

For submissions or questions, use askGPO <http://www.gpo.gov/askgpo/ask.htm> and choose "Federal Depository Libraries" as the category and "FDLP Connection" as the subcategory. 

Cynthia Etkin & Kelly Seifert
Co-Editors, FDLP Connection
U.S. Government Printing Office

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If you have questions or comments, please use the askGPO help service at: <http://www.gpo.gov/askgpo/>. When submitting a question, please choose the category "Federal Depository Libraries" and the appropriate subcategory, if any, in order to ensure that your question is routed to the correct area.