{
UNCG’s Government
Documents
Intern Training, 8/14/2014
{
Federal
Documents
 The FDLP was established by Congress to
ensure public access to government
information
 Government Printing Office gath...
 Jackson has been a depository since 1963, but
have some earlier documents.
 Check out some of our docs on Tumblr
 We h...
{
North Carolina
Documents
 We have print and microfiche (mostly
microfiche)
 Some documents have been sent to regular
stacks.
 The collection is ...
{
Finding depository
documents
 Majority of print documents are in Ferguson’s remote storage
and are searchable in catalog.
 A few are in cataloging (C, I, & L) and will eventually head to Ferguson.
 Major documents are in reference (Census, Statutes at Large).
 Microfiche are in basement (for now).
 The federal documents use the SuDoc
Classification System.
 The NC documents use a similar system.
 If a call number h...
 Print federal document in storage
 Record will eventually reflect storage & include a
request button
 Print NC documen...
 Government Information Research Guide:
http://uncg.libguides.com/govinfo
 Google advanced searching: site:.gov
 USA.go...
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Government Documents @ Jackson Library (Staff version)

  1. 1. { UNCG’s Government Documents Intern Training, 8/14/2014
  2. 2. { Federal Documents
  3. 3.  The FDLP was established by Congress to ensure public access to government information  Government Printing Office gathers documents, creates records, and sends them to the participating FDLP libraries. Federal Depository Library Program
  4. 4.  Jackson has been a depository since 1963, but have some earlier documents.  Check out some of our docs on Tumblr  We have print, microfiche, and online collections  Some documents have been digitized for the Home Economics & Nutrition Pamphlets  http://libcdm1.uncg.edu/cdm/ref/collection/HEN P/id/567  This is part of the ASERL Center of Excellence program  UNC Chapel Hill is our regional repository Our collection
  5. 5. { North Carolina Documents
  6. 6.  We have print and microfiche (mostly microfiche)  Some documents have been sent to regular stacks.  The collection is mostly mid-1980s up. Our Collection
  7. 7. { Finding depository documents
  8. 8.  Majority of print documents are in Ferguson’s remote storage and are searchable in catalog.
  9. 9.  A few are in cataloging (C, I, & L) and will eventually head to Ferguson.
  10. 10.  Major documents are in reference (Census, Statutes at Large).
  11. 11.  Microfiche are in basement (for now).
  12. 12.  The federal documents use the SuDoc Classification System.  The NC documents use a similar system.  If a call number has a colon [:], then it is a SuDoc and not LC.  Example: PR 41.8:B 52/2  Want to play with SuDocs? Classification System
  13. 13.  Print federal document in storage  Record will eventually reflect storage & include a request button  Print NC document in storage  Record will eventually reflect storage & include a request button  Microfiche  Online federal document Examples of Catalog Records
  14. 14.  Government Information Research Guide: http://uncg.libguides.com/govinfo  Google advanced searching: site:.gov  USA.gov: Portal to online government information  ProQuest Congressional: Materials (hearings, reports, transcript of the floor debates, and more) for both houses of Congress.  See Government Information Research Guide for more! Other search tools (non-depository)

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