OBS-SIS

Online Bibliographic Services

Special Interest Section

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Polls for the OBS-SIS election open on Monday, February 9, 2015. The last day to submit ballots is Thursday, February 26, 2015.

Each OBS-SIS member will receive voting information and a personal password from the AALL Online Election System. If you do not receive voting information and a password by February 9, contact Katrina Piechnik.

Who is running for the OBS-SIS 2015 Executive Board? 
Here's the list of candidates and their statements


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The Online Bibliographic Services Special Interest Section (OBS-SIS) of the American Association of Law Libraries focuses on all aspects of the various national and local bibliographic utilities. These include public access to bibliographic data online, acquisitions sub-systems, mail message systems, and integration of circulation systems with the online bibliographic data.

This Special Interest Section:

  • Facilitates the exchange of information on the choice and installation of local and national online bibliographic systems
  • Provides opportunities for its members to share ideas for more effective and efficient use of their systems
  • Monitors the products and services of the online systems
  • Communicates concerns of law libraries to the systems and networks

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