The Curator September 20 2018 issue

 
 
The Curator: September 20, 2018
 
 
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Metadata for mere mortals Metadata for mere mortals will be a series of pre-recorded webinars exploring data management. Metadata Librarian Erin Antognoli, on assignment at the USDA National Agricultural Library, is sharing her knowledge in simple terms, starting with an overview of metadata and the data lifecycle. Metadata explained simply: Content management for “mere mortals” →
The cure for legal technology anxiety Don’t fret, get the latest on PACER, KM, ILTACON 2018, blockchain and data analytics in the latest reads from Senior Director of Research & Intelligence John DiGilio. Legal tech innovations for career development →
If you’re responsible for sourcing and purchasing goods and services for your organization, LAC Group’s spend management team has some helpful advice. Strategic sourcing: What it is and how to make it work Executive Vice President Natalya Berdzeni explains the concept of strategic sourcing for creating added value for the entire organization. Strategic sourcing: What it is and how to make it work → Negotiations and the myth of the win-win deal Director of Procurement Strategy Susan Walker explains how and why to shift your negotiation approach from win-win to creative problem-solving. Negotiations and the myth of the win-win deal →
Volunteering at the 18th National Book Festival Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith and historian Doris Kearns Goodwin are just a few of the people who launched new books at the 18th Annual National Book Festival of the Library of Congress. With a decade of volunteer experience at this annual event, Proposal Manager Jonathan Barney writes about his experience with a valuable message on leadership. 2018 National Book Festival →
Future in plastics That headline comes from the classic 1967 movie The Graduate. In 2018, with five TRILLION pieces of plastic littering the ocean, there’s a great future in The Ocean Cleanup, a non-profit developing advanced technologies to rid the world’s oceans of plastic. Meanwhile, we can all help by reducing, reusing and recycling the plastics we consume. The Ocean Cleanup →
 
 
 
 




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