What Does the Green Dot Mean? Documenting Your Collection’s History

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2022-10-18
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Sinclair, Gwen; Sproles, Claudene; Kent, Angela
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Learn about the benefits of recording institutional memory so that current and future staff members can understand how past practices and events have shaped libraries, library collections, and library organizations. This session will explain what types of events, policies, and practices should be recorded for posterity. Participants will receive a link to a handout to help guide documentation of historical and current practices and procedures.
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Presentation slides from a presentation at the 2022 Federal Depository Library Conference. A recording of the presentation is available at https://www.fdlp.gov/training/2022-fall-dlc-what-does-green-dot-mean-documenting-your-collections-history
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Sinclair, G. E., Sproles, C., and Kent, A. (2022, October). What does the green dot mean? Documenting your collection’s history. Presentation at the 2022 Federal Depository Library Conference [virtual].
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