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A Congress.gov Interview with Juanita Campbell: 42 Years of Service

Posted by: Andrew Weber

The following Congress.gov interview is a guest post by Kelly Yuzawa, a specialist in legislative information systems management within the Congressional Research Service (CRS) of the Library of Congress. Read the Congressional Tribute to Juanita Campbell. Briefly describe your 42 years at the Library of Congress and CRS. My 42 years at the Library of Congress have …

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Top 5s in 2015

Posted by: Andrew Weber

As the first third of the year draws to a close, I thought it would be nice to take a look at the metrics for a few different resources on Congress.gov and the Law Library’s website.  I find it helpful, when thinking about how to update and improve our website, to review what gets the most attention from our …

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Browse Law Library of Congress Content by Jurisdiction

Posted by: Andrew Weber

We recently started to do some user testing on our website, Law.gov.  It has been interesting to listen to the feedback because I know the answers and sometimes people are close but miss what I can clearly see.  I’m sitting in my office occasionally saying things to the screen (while my phone is muted). I have sat …

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An Interview with Jennifer Gonzalez, Digital Library Technician

Posted by: Andrew Weber

This week’s interview is with Jennifer Gonzalez, a digital library technician in the Law Library’s new Digital Resources Division.  Jennifer is helping to review our content and serves as a web editor. Describe your background I am a Floridian, born and raised in Saint Petersburg, Florida with my two younger sisters. My family still lives in Florida, …

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Meet Karin Linhart: A Law Library of Congress Patron

Posted by: Andrew Weber

The following is a guest post by Elizabeth Moore, a librarian at the Law Library of Congress.  Karin is our second patron to be interviewed. Alexander Hoffman was the first. Describe your background. Karin Linhart was recently here for five weeks in the Law Library of Congress doing research for her post-doctoral thesis.  Karin is a native of Lauda, …

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A Congress.gov Interview with Valerie Heitshusen, Analyst on Congress and the Legislative Process

Posted by: Andrew Weber

The following is a guest post by Kimberly Ferguson, Specialist in Legislative Information Systems Management in the Library of Congress.  Kimberly previously blogged about “Bills To Be Considered on the House Floor” Repository for In Custodia Legis. This week’s interview is with Val Heitshusen, a legislative process expert and educator in the Congressional Research Service (CRS). Val’s contributions to …

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A Congress.gov Interview with Barry Priest, Web DevAdmin

Posted by: Andrew Weber

This week’s interview is with Barry Priest, Web DevAdmin.  This is the third in the new series of interviews that focus on Library of Congress staff who contributed to Congress.gov. Describe your background. My degree is in Theater Design and Technology from Purdue University. That program allowed me the flexibility to pursue interests in CAD/3D rendering, computer science …