2021 FDL Conference: Addressing the Unaddressed: The Significance of Tribal and Historically Black College & University FDLs

  • Duration: 55 minutes
  • Date Recorded: October 19, 2021

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2021 Federal Depository Library Conference

Title: Addressing the Unaddressed: The Significance of Tribal and Historically Black College & University FDLs

Speakers:

  • Dana R. Chandler, University Archivist/Associate Professor, Tuskegee University
  • Cheryl Ferguson, Archival Assistant, Tuskegee University
  • Asteria Ndulute, Government Documents Librarian, Tuskegee University
  • Todd Scudiere, Technical Services Librarian, LTS, GPO
  • Celeste Welch, PhD, Technical Services Librarian, LTS, GPO

This panel discussion will explore Tribal and HBCU FDLs and provide a firsthand perspective from an HBCU FDL. The panel will consist of professionals from both GPO and Tuskegee University who will discuss the unique needs, experiences, and challenges of these FDLs. Additionally, the panel will discuss the current status of GPO initiatives that support these unique FDLs.

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