The Curator June 16 2017 issue

The Curator Newsletter
June 16, 2017

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Everyone has been talking about the latest acquisition by LexisNexis because it’s big news. Will Lexis and Westlaw continue their grip on the information services market because they can buyout all the startups? Hear from your peers and let us know what you think!

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sla-2017-conference

Our law library and information services colleagues from CCM are giving a presentation you won’t want to miss if you have budget responsibility.

Centralizing and Benchmarking Fee-Based Information Sources
CCM VP Robyn Rebollo and Legal Research Consulting Manager Nicole Dupras
Sunday, June 18th, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

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Marketing initiatives and budgets are pushing more deeply into digital, content and social media realms. LibSource Research Director John DiGilio shares several ways modern librarians and researchers can make those initiatives a success.

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business case for your library

This article offers ideas from LAC Federal VP Tom Miller to help federal government libraries survive the FY 2019 budget, but his six important questions apply to the private sector too. If you’re a library director who needs to develop your business case, you’ll find it a helpful read.

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film-librarians-conference

The first Film Librarian Conference featured director John Landis, critic Leonard Maltin and film archivists and historians from around the world. PRO-TEK Still Photo Archivist Mike Cahill was there and found it a valuable educational and inspirational experience.

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