About the Earl K. Long Federal Document Depository
The Government Printing Office designated the UNO Library as a federal depository in 1963. We began receiving documents in 1964. We are a 91% selective and choose material from every government department and agency. The UNO library's Federal Government Documents collection contains government publications in print, microfilm and microfiche, CD-ROM, DVD and electronic formats. The print materials are located primarily on the 1st floor, while microforms, CD-ROMs, and DVDs are located on the 3rd floor. Electronic formats can be accessed from the public computers, which are located on the 1st floor in the Learning Commons. Federal documents that have been added to our collection since 1976 can be searched for by using the UNO Library's online catalog (iLink). Learn more about this collection.
Some books of interest:
Measuring America : the decennial censuses from 1790 to 2000
C 3.2:M 46/2, also available online.
- The complete guide to citing government information resources: a manual for social science & business research.
Z7164 .G7 C48 2002
If you can't find the book you're looking for, try our Interlibrary Loan service! Request the book through our iLLiad system and we'll get the book from another library for you for free.
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Earl K. Long Library, Room 217B