a collection of materials issued by the U. S., N. C. state, United Nations and Charlotte-Mecklenburg governments. Print collection is located on the 3rd floor. Documents on microform are located on the 2nd floor.
Materials published by federal, state, and local government agencies. Usually shelved in a separate area in a library. In Morgan Library they are located on the 3rd and 4th Floor South; Reference government documents are shelved in a separate area in the 1st Floor West Reference area.
Documents that are published by a government agency.
Materials published by local, state, federal, and international government organizations.
Publications of U.S. Federal government, including hearings, reports, treaties, periodicals (i.e. Monthly Labor Review), and statistics (U.S. Census). Most are shelved on the second floor of Reese Library by SuDocs number.
The United States government puts out a huge amount of information each year on a wide variety of topics. We get government documents in paper, online, and on CD-ROMs. Our government documents collection is on the first floor of Tutt Library's south building. The Colorado College has been a part of the Federal Documents Library Program since 1880, and we maintain a historical collection dating back to 1774. See the Government Documents department web page for much more information.
All materials published by government: federal, state, local, or foreign. Materials can be in the form of reports, laws, statistics, journals, newsletters, microforms, or other material. The Greenley Library is a depository for government documents. The Government Documents Department is located on the 2nd floor of the library. [| Up to G| Down to I | Bottom
All materials published by government: federal, state, local, or foreign. (See SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS).
Any materials published by governments such as reports, maps, statistics, congressional data, tax information, and laws are considered government documents. The US Government is the world's largest publisher. One goal of this publishing effort is to make it accessible to the public through the Federal Depository Library Program. This Program places at least one copy of approximately half of everything published by the government in libraries. The OSU Library is a Regional Depository Library and accepts, catalogs, and retains forever, copies of all federal government materials it receives. In addition to US Government publications, the OSU Library is a depository for State of Oklahoma documents and receives many documents from other state governments and International agencies. Government Documents are located on the Fifth Floor of the Edmon Low Library.
Sources printed by or for government agencies.
The Western Libraries is a Depository which receives publications from the United States, Washington State, and Canadian governments.
Materials published by the US government, state governments and other international agencies including book, periodicals, reports and pamphlets.
Publications of any government agency on any topic.
Materials published by the U. S. and state governments.
Anything published by a government body. UIS Brookens Library receives selected documents from both the U.S. and Illinois governments. Documents in the library are located on Level 2 in both print and microfiche format. Many documents are available through the World Wide Web, especially government information published since about 1992. See Find Government Information for more information.
(1) Any official publication such as a monograph, serial, report, communication, etc., issued by a governmental agency at any level (federal, state, local). (2) The area of a library where government documents are housed. In the University of Central Florida Libraries, government documents are shelved in a specific area on the second floor.
Publications of the federal, state and other governmental agencies.
The US government publishes an immense amount of reliable material in book, periodical, CD-ROM, web, and microform formats. Statistics, history, public health, etc. are some of the government's strong points. UNC-A has a good documents collection.
Monographs, serial publications, reports, or official communication published by any public governing body--federal, state, county, or municipal.
Books, pamphlets, hearings, statistics, census data and other information published by the North Carolina State Government or the United States Government.
Materials published by the government; in our library most federal government publications are found in Government Documents
Some college libraries are federal and/or state repositories and have a government document collection. Although these documents are catalogued and available through the card catalog, they do not follow the Dewey Decimal or Library of Congress Classification. Federal documents are arranged by their Superintendent of Documents number. Many government documents are available online. Two good Web sites for finding documents from government agencies are www.firstgov.gov and www.fedstats.gov.
Materials published by local, state, and federal government entities. Many OhioLINK libraries have state and federal documents.