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7/1/2013 12:28:01 PM
New Technical Services Law Librarian Newsletter Now Available
The June 2013 issue of Technical Services Law Librarian is now available. As usual, it is full of interesting and relevant articles for all law librarians. For example, Karen Wahl explains the process in which Library of Congress Subject Headings are updated and changed specifically for law. Karen Selden updates us on the recent developments at OCLC, including the news that OCLC control numbers will soon expand.
There are also lists of programs related to collection development and TS-SIS and OBS-SIS activities at the upcoming AALL annual meeting. In her management column, Mary Lippold challenges those who complain that "the AALL meeting never has anything for me" and offers her suggestions for programs that are helpful to technical services librarians.
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