Federal Government Information by Elizabeth Macdonald Dolan. Unknown Binding, 57 pages. Published January 1st 1998 by Depository Services Program.
Report To Depository Services Program, Canadian Government Publishing, Public Works And Government Services Canada as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
R eport to Depository Services Program, Canadian Government Publishing, Public Works and Government Services Canada. 28 cm. Number of pages.
The Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) is a government program created to make . As of March 2018, there are 1,141 depository libraries in the United States and its territories. A "government publication" is defined in the . Code as "informational matter which is published as an individual document at Government expense, or as required by law" (44 .
Canadian Electronic Library (2005-) Fulltext Canadian e-books, health and .
Canadian Electronic Library (2005-) Fulltext Canadian e-books, health and public policy documents, for all levels of government. Depository Services Program SFU's Bennett Library is a member of the Depository Services Program.
Government Information Quarterly. 441-449 Federal Depository Library Program. Biennial Survey of Depository Libraries 2007 Results. Government Printing Office. Federal Depository Library Program. Biennial Survey of Depository Libraries 2005 Results. Freund, L., Nilsen, C. Assessing a genre-based approach to online government information.
US academic libraries and government information librarians are an active voice in the Federal Depository Library Program. Through listservs, direct contact via the Depository Library Council, and community bulletin boards such as those maintained on the Federal Depository Library Program Desktop, they make their voices heard to each other and to the GPO, Public Printer, and Superintendent of Documents.
The Library has been a selective depository for federal government publications since the 1950s and selects the .
The options for building federal depository collections will increase.
Many of these Federal depository libraries have been working with GPO for more than 120 years to keep Americans informed on the news of their Government. With a dedicated staff of more than 80 individuals working directly on the FDLP, GPO administers the program on behalf of the participating libraries and the public
Examines the readiness of depository libraries in Canada to adopt new technologies for disseminating government publications
Examines the readiness of depository libraries in Canada to adopt new technologies for disseminating government publications. Findings are reported on current use of different publication formats, type of help sought by users, staff skills and training needs, adequacy of physical and financial resources, support from governing bodies, and perceived changes to come. amp; Dolan, E. (1998). Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science, 23 (4), 62-88.