The Curator January 31 2017 issue

 

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30 years ago, we were just getting started as a library staffing business servicing law firms in southern California. LAC Group CEO Deborah Schwarz reflects back with 30 changes to the librarianship profession.

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Content aggregation platforms filter and deliver the most relevant, trustworthy information you need for your business. LibSource researchers compared 5 of the most popular content aggregators on the market today and compiled their assessments into a free report, Nothing but the relevant content.

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Paying too much in PACER fees?

You may get some relief, thanks to the National Veterans Legal Services Program. The Program’s suit, claiming that PACER’s fee schedule is higher than necessary and violates the E-Government Act of 2002, has been certified as a class action.

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The executive order that freezes federal hiring

President Trump’s first week in office resulted in several significant executive orders, including a federal workforce hiring freeze. LAC Federal Client Engagement Manager Christopher Lao-Scott discusses the latest on this topic, sure to remain at the forefront in 2017.

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PRO-TEK partners with Paramount to build state-of-the-art film storage facility

Paramount has chosen PRO-TEK to develop a sub-zero film storage facility to preserve and protect its iconic film collection for many years to come.

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A new name for Librarian?

We close with a funny anecdote from a LibSource employee about a typo that gave her a new job title. We thought you would enjoy and approve:

“When we refinanced our home to take advantage of the lower interest rate, our lender listed LIBRAINIAN for my profession. I’ll take it!”

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