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A selected topical bibliography of U.S. Federal government information sources primarily but not exclusively located on the WWW.
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Depository Access

Access to the Federal Depository collection during the restricted access period will be accommodated.

 

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Introduction

The resources in this guide are published by U.S. federal government agencies, list resources published by the federal government, or provide access to federal governmental information.

Please note: Subject-specific federal government resources are listed in the research guide for that particular subject. To see all of the federal government publications included in the complete list of electronic resources, search the term govpub on the Search for Electronic Resources Page (click on image below to open).

 

UK Libraries and the U.S. Federal Depository Library Program

 UK Libraries has been a partner in the Federal Depository Library Program [FDLP] (a network of libraries providing free access to information published by the U. S. Federal government) since 1907. The collection now consists of almost 3 million books, microforms, maps, posters, CDs and videos. In addition, UK's depository status provides users with on-line access  to many U. S. government databases, e-books, e-journals and websites. As a regional depository library (accepting everything published and distributed by the Government Printing Office through the FDLP and maintaining it for as long as UK has regional status) UK Libraries is committed to acquiring publications predating depository status,  thereby developing a strong collection of  publications documenting our nation's history from as early as the first Continental Congresses.

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Responsibilities: General Reference, Information Literacy and Library Instruction, Reference Collection Management, Academic Liaison for Social Work
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Sandra McAninch, Regional Depository Library

Wendy Ovall, Directed Fieldwork Student, UW

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