Wednesday February 28, 2018

Government Documents Collection: 'Go to the source'

By Scott N. West

UD will soon mark 50 years as a Federal Depository Library, providing access to a true national treasure: government documents.

Did you know that Roesch Library has been an official Federal Depository Library since 1969? This means we offer free public access to print and/or electronic publications of the Government Printing Office. So, when you hear about government hearings, reports, regulations, or related information and publications, you can read the actual item through Roesch Library’s print or electronic subscriptions. If you have questions about what you’ve seen or heard recently, go to the source and read it for yourself.

Here are a few interesting documents recently added to the collection:

Attu: the Forgotten Battle

The City Becomes a Symbol: The U.S. Army in the Occupation of Berlin, 1945-1949

Open Hearing with Former FBI Director James Comey

“Refugee Crisis in Europe & Turkey: Current Challenges & Responses”

San Juan Island National Historical Park: An Environmental History

AND DON'T MISS THIS SPELLBINDER

“Building the Capacity of Tax Preparation Providers to Encourage Saving”

BROWSE THE CATALOG OR ASK A LIBRARIAN

Visit Access Services in the first-floor lobby to see these items. Or, use the online catalog to search for government documents.

— Scott N. West, Information Resources

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