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Wednesday, November 6 • 1:00pm - 4:00pm
From LexisNexis to WikiLeaks: the New Marketplace for Government Information

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Cost: Gratis for CRL Members or $110 for non-members; add to your Conference Registration

In the age of e-publishing and open data, government information and records are being exposed in intriguing new ways. More government-generated data and content is openly accessible on the Web than ever before, disseminated directly by government agencies, aggregated and scraped by a variety of applications , and occasionally “exposed” by third parties like WikiLeaks and news media organizations. At the same time publishers and aggregators are changing their game to provide value-enhancing platforms, tools, contextual information, and even analysis services along with historical and contemporary content.

The CRL pre-conference will bring together publishers of government information such as East View Information Service, ProQuest, Sage Publications, and Statista, together with specialists and library collections managers to speculate on where these trends are leading. Some of the questions the session will address:

  • How has the packaging and marketing of government information changed in the past five years and where is it going?
  • What value do the commercial publishers add to the raw government information and data in the form of analysis and tools, and at what cost?
  • How are new media and methodologies driving novel approaches to delivery of government content?
  • What are the potential challenges for researchers, owing to the new trends for distribution of government information?

Speakers
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Angela Carreño

Head of Collection Development, Bobst Library, New York University
Angela M. Carreño is the Head of Collection Development for the Division of Libraries at New York University. Angela has led, coordinated and supported the expansive growth of licensed electronic resources at NYU since 2000. She is the primary licensing officer for the Division of Libraries and assumes primary responsibility for consortial collection development commitments. She represents the Libraries on collaborative projects with other... Read More →
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Jeffrey Cross

Academic Relations Manager, STATISTA, Inc.
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Catherine Johnson

Product Manager-Lead, ProQuest
As Product Manager Lead at ProQuest, Catherine Johnson is responsible for ProQuest Congressional products. Catherine brings expertise and industry knowledge to her current role at ProQuest as the former Director of Market Planning for academic market legislative and historic services at LexisNexis. Catherine’s 34 years of experience in government information began at the start of her career working on CIS/Index in the editorial department... Read More →
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Robert E. Lee

Director, Online Publishing, Eastview Information Services
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Stephen Stesney

Managing Editor, Online Publishing, SAGE
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Bill Sudduth

University of South Carolina, Thomas Cooper Library


Wednesday November 6, 2013 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

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