Help develop and prioritize the job criteria for the next Library Director. Please visit this link to access the survey and provide your input by the close of business on June 22, 2018. Your thoughts and responses will help develop and prioritize the job criteria for our next Library Director, as well as assist in identifying appropriate candidates as the search is being conducted.
Portals for Searching
Portals cull information from various online sources, providing a single entry point for accessing information on particular topics. Listed below are several portals dealing with government information.
This site is organized by topic and is a good starting point when looking for government resources. Click on the Explore Topics tab near the top of the page to review the various subjects contained within the portal.
This site contains state agency database listings for every state and is regularly updated and maintained by government documents librarians throughout the country. You will find information on businesses, licensed professionals, universities, and legislation among many other topics. Although some of the information listed here is available on search engines such as Google much of it is only available on the invisible web, the part of the internet that is not indexed by standard search engines.
Scroll down and click on the state you’d like to explore. You will see a list of contents. You can click on any of these topics or continue scrolling down the page to access the information.
This service of the Government Printing Office is the official access point for government information. Information obtained through FdSys is the official, published version. Featured collections such as the United States Budget, United States Code, Public and Private Laws, and Congressional Reports are listed on the right side of the page. Click on the Browse Collections box to view a full listing of publications.