Introduction to United States Government Information Sources
Thoroughly updating previous editions and reflecting the enormous changes to government information on the Internet, this book guides students through the vast and constantly changing terrain of government information in print and electronic forms. Morehead describes administrative machinery and information systems of the Government Printing Office (GPO); introduces general checklists, indexes, and guides to government information; describes the Congress and intrinsic sources that comprise the legislative process; and details many other government publications.
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1 THE TRANSFORMATION
GOVERNMENT INFORMATION ISSUES
2 GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
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96th Congress Administrative Notes agencies amendments American annual bibliographic bill C-SPAN CD-ROM Census Census Bureau chapter citations classification collection commercial Committee compact disk Congressional Record Constitution contains cumulative database decisions Department depository libraries Directory edition Education electronic entities entries FDLP Federal Depository Library Federal Register files format full text government information Government Publications GPO Access Guide House Index Internet issued Journal legislative history LEXIS-NEXIS librarians located Manual maps materials ment microfiche MOCAT Monthly Catalog National Natural Gas NTIS patent period president presidential programs published quarterly reference reports Research selected Senate Serial Set Service Shepard's sources Stat Statistics statutes SuDocs Superintendent of Documents Supplement Supreme Court technical tion trademark treaties U.S. Government United States Code updated users USGS volumes wellhead WESTLAW William Jefferson Clinton
Research and Supervision in Mathematics and Science Education
John A. Malone,Bill Atweh,Jeff Northfield
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