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GODORT Friday Chat - Shared screen with speaker view
Lynda Kellam
10:37
It is
Deborah Yun Caldwell
10:54
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Lynda Kellam
13:10
Info about our upcoming GODORT chats and the Help! Webinar: https://godort.libguides.com/fridaychats
Lynda Kellam
14:34
And info about our GODORT pre-conf activities and ALA Annual meetings: https://godort.libguides.com/2021-ala-annual
James Jacobs
14:54
sooo awesome Cass!
Anne Zald
15:26
platform horrors!
Jenny Groome /CT State Library
21:38
I want to take your class!
Jenny Groome /CT State Library
26:16
This morning I stumbled upon the History Guy's YouTube video on the 1890 Census https://youtu.be/dngumAV1OLs
Bernadine Abbott Hoduski
27:29
I am a du grad
Diane Anderson
28:26
same here!
Jenny Groome /CT State Library
32:19
I had a visiting Professor at Simmons who started off using Peter Hernon's syllabus. He had reference questions that required going to more than one FDLP library in Boston (he knew what they had in their collections). Commuting from CT, I was relieved when she updated questins
Jenny Groome /CT State Library
34:41
I had a toy Smokey Bear "action figure" in late 1960s.
Eimmy Solis
35:24
A nice example of the Mandela effect!
Lynda Kellam
37:14
I’m shook (re smokey the bear)
Jenny Groome /CT State Library
37:41
I still sometimes slip in "the"
James Jacobs
37:45
does anyone still use Tapping the govt grapevine? it’s sooo old now, but still very useful
Lorena O'English
38:11
I love Tapping - I use specific parts of it sometimes
James Jacobs
38:47
it’s pretty great Gwen! here’s the link http://pressbooks.oer.hawaii.edu/lis648/
Jenny Groome /CT State Library
39:34
1it's on my list to read
Scott Matheson (he/him)
40:06
We used all three books (plus Caro) in our Illinois class this spring.
Cheryl Knott
40:41
What's the license on Gwin
Scott Matheson (he/him)
41:28
CC -by-nc
Cheryl Knott
41:42
sorry, fingers faster than brain. Can Gwen's book be revised for a different state? What's the license? Is there an editable version if I'd like to develop it for Arizona?
Cheryl Knott
41:55
thanks to Scott
Cheryl Knott
44:27
we do use pressbooks, yay. thanks!
Cheryl Knott
45:27
what is the balance in all of your courses between .gov sites for docs and commercial databases for docs
Bernadine Abbott Hoduski
45:28
how do you handle the publishing of the 3 branches and their connection to title 44
Helene LeBlanc
47:58
question / comment about teaching gov info & equity, diversity, inclusion, etc... and beliefs around trustiness of gov info in an era counterbalancing "fake news"... :*)
Scott Matheson (he/him)
48:09
We do activities where they work in groups to compare the .gov, academic, and commercial sites…. e.g. for public papers, or CFR
Cheryl Knott
48:17
thank you Chris
Scott Matheson (he/him)
49:25
Yes!
James Jacobs
49:30
good on you Cass!
James Jacobs
49:43
it’s certainly a valuable question
Jenny Groome /CT State Library
50:33
I want to take all your courses! I graduated Jan 2001
Cheryl Knott
50:53
thank you Cass and Gwen
Jenny Groome /CT State Library
52:37
Do you have to review the organization of US federal gov't and the Government Manual at the beginning of the course?
Scott Matheson (he/him)
52:37
How do you teach/cover citation? We had to add a section on it… (Chris’ chapter was a good inspiration)
Scott Matheson (he/him)
53:34
You’re too nice Chris - I make them use the List of Classes!
Nadine Hoffman
57:00
For citation, there was a great FDLP webinar on that a few months ago.
James Jacobs
01:00:00
my partner and I drove the internet archive’s bookmobile way back in 2007. and one of the places we stopped was the Hoopa reservation in northwest CA. https://freegovinfo.info/?s=bookmobile&submit=
Bernadine Abbott Hoduski
01:00:15
when I taught at Catholic univ I had students do a paper on an agency and interview the editors, printer, publisher, librarian and staff of omb and analyze the effectiveness of their program
Nadine Hoffman
01:00:36
Cite It with Style! How to Cite Government Information Resources Like a Pro, August 2020. [Looking for the link now]
James Jacobs
01:00:40
we had an amazing discussion with the tribal archivist about public domain (they thought a lot of tribal knowledge and images were stolen by the govt) etc
Lynda Kellam
01:00:53
Roz Tedford at Wake Forest Univ has done some work on evaluating in the age of fake news. Might also cover the gov info angle some in her work.
Nadine Hoffman
01:01:13
https://www.fdlp.gov/cite-it-with-style-how-to-cite-government-information-resources-like-a-pro
Cheryl Knott
01:02:41
I get that comment too sometimes
Jenny Groome /CT State Library
01:04:06
I wish my coursework covered things like Constitutional Amendments conspiracies (sorry, I'm completely blanking out the name of the topic)
Anne Zald
01:04:57
John Evans - founder also of my institution - Northwestern - also a point of reflection for our institution!
Anne Zald
01:05:26
https://www.northwestern.edu/native-american-and-indigenous-peoples/about/sand-creek.html
Kathy Stroud
01:05:27
I have to go. This is a great conversation. Thank you.
Anne Zald
01:06:08
Thanks so much for a wonderful panel and discussion.
Lucia Orlando
01:07:36
Thank you panelists, this was so helpful and interesting!
Michael Alguire
01:07:51
Where will the recording of this session be posted?
Jenny Groome /CT State Library
01:07:53
CiteSource from Trinity College has nice images of catalog records as well as physical items to help students identify parts of citation
robbie sittel
01:08:46
My colleague Bobby Griffith offered a Cite it with Style session that is available through the FDLP Academy
Scott Matheson (he/him)
01:08:56
That’s what we tell them - then some examples of Chicago, APA, bluebook
Jenny Groome /CT State Library
01:09:22
­­­Thank you!
Nadine Hoffman
01:09:24
@ Robbie - that's the great session I was mentioning
Cheryl Knott
01:09:37
thank you, this was a great session!
Samantha Hager
01:09:46
It should be available by Monday morning :-)
Carolyn Klotzbach-Russell
01:09:49
Great session - thank you!
Louise Buckley
01:09:54
Thanks. Very informative.
Shari Laster
01:09:55
Three amazing librarians in one panel!! This was fantastic. Thank you so so much for sharing your work today.
Lorena O'English
01:09:56
this was great - thanks!
Nina Hagiwara
01:09:57
Thanks, very helpful!