“I would look at data and data-informed decision-making as an evolutionary process, not a revolutionary process. It’s not something to be afraid of, but something that can help us all be better at our jobs.”
Posts Tagged: Library of Congress
While the Library of Congress offers resources for learners around the country, it has also been maintaining and creating new efforts to keep its workforce building their skills.
While the coronavirus continues to test agencies, the Library of Congress also illustrates how they can shift focus during these difficult times.
Imagine being responsible for elevating the digital planning and initiatives for the largest library in the world. For Kate Zwaard, Director of Digital Strategy at the Library of Congress (LOC), that is both her reality and passion.
A new data model for U.S. federal legislative information provided by the Library of Congress (LC) will be developed by The Legal Information Institute (LII) at Cornell University Law School, led by director and co-founder Tom Bruce — a member of our community — according to an announcement on the LII Announce blog. This modelRead… Read more »
Registration of the the Law.gov Internet domain name by the Library of Congress appears to be complete, according to the Law.gov domain name registration record in the WHOIS database of .gov domain names published by U.S. General Services Administration Office of Integrated Technology Services (OITS). To display the record, go to the OITS WHOIS databaseRead… Read more »
Pam Greenberg of the National Conference of State Legislatures has published Preserving Legislative Digital Records (2010). Here is the abstract: In the last decade, technology and the Internet have opened access to the legislative process and created new ways for citizens to interact with their elected representatives. Legislative documents are created, tracked and transmitted electronically,Read… Read more »