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Databases

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See also Images and Search engines

 

Catalogs of tangible and online records

  • TIGER - documents from 1992+ as well as many earlier items back to the late 1700s
  • Prospector - catalog of libraries in Colorado that includes federal publications

 

 

 

  • Jolis - World Bank and IMF catalog
  • UNBISnet -  for bibliographic and voting records along with indexes to speeches

 

Links to Online only publications

*E-print network - scientific or technical documents circulated electronically to facilitate peer exchange and scientific advancement; includes pre-publication drafts of journal articles (preprints), scholarly papers, technical communications, or similar documents relaying research results among peer groups.

Resources

 

Government  databases by Title - broad list of government databases along with those purchases by CC (limited access)

 

GPO Access - the official version of many full text publications (dates and coverage varies): Code of Federal Regulations, Congressional Record, Commerce Business Daily, Conference Reports, Congressional materials (bills, calendar, committee prints and materials, directory, documents, hearings, reports), Economic Indicators, Economic Report of the President, Energy Citations, Eric Educator Reports, Federal Register, Public Papers of the Presidents, Public and Private Laws, Serial Set, Statutes at Large, US Code, etc.

 

Memory Hole - includes documents released under the US Freedom of Information Act that reveal government activities rarely reported by the mainstream media.

 

CC subscription databases by title

These may be used by the general public in the library: ''CC users see A-Z list

 

  • Agricola - covers agriculture and allied disciplines, including government publications
  • Congressional Digest Pro & Con - searable access to articles in the Congressional Digest, Supreme Court Debates and International Debates
  • Congressional Universe - provides access to congressional and legislative information. Includes information about members of congress like voting records, addresses, etc.
  • CQ Researcher - weekly publication covering current and controversial issues with summaries and insight into all sides of the issues
  • Digital National Security Archive - Declassified U.S. government documents including the Cuban Missile Crisis, Iran Contra, and others
  • FBIS/World News Connection - translations of foreign news media by the Foreign Broadcast Information Service
  • GeoRef - a comprehensive geoscience database, including citations for government publications
  • Poole's Plus: Government Documents Indices - indexes include: U.S. patents, 1790-1873; U.S. government publications, 1774-1881
  • Statistical Universe - access to US statistical information
  • UNSTATS - statistical compilation for the United Nations - selected data series including labor, agricultural, nutritional and industrial statistics; coverage varies for data series/ countries
  • WDI (World Development Indicators) - 500 time-series indicators for 210 economies plus regional and income groups

 

Periodicals Online

Government Periodicals

U.S. Government Periodicals on the Web

Electronic Journals

Air University Library Index to Military Periodicals - subject index to significant articles, news items, and editorials from English language military and aeronautical periodicals; citations since 1988

 

Additional Resource Pages

University of Colorado Government Publications - information from all levels of government, including state and foreign governments and intergovernmental organizations.

University of Michigan Documents Center - reference and referral point for government information, whether local, state, federal, foreign or international.

Frequently Used Sites Related to US Federal Government Information - from the Federal Documents Task Force (FDTF), Government Documents Round Table (GODORT), and the American Library Association (ALA)

Browse Government Resources (Library of Congress)

 

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