We have a winner! Karen Selden's entry OBS/TS FROG (Funding Research Opportunities Grant) was selected. Please consider what you could do with a technical services research grant - no amount is too small and applications are considered on a rolling basis. More information and an application are available here!
Congratulations to Jason LeMay, Assistant Law Librarian for Cataloging & Metadata at Emory University's Hugh F. MacMillan Law Library, who takes on the role as the new Chair of the OBS OCLC Committee. And "copious thanks" to Jackie Magagnosc for serving at the OCLC Committee Chair for the past 2 years.
OBS-SIS Meeting and Educational Programs at AALL Annual Meeting
Website of the Month
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
Connect to the Online Bibliographic Services SIS Community.