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Government Documents at Preston Library
DOE (U.S. Department of Energy) database that leads to full text agency publications and citation of articles written by government scientists. Excellent search options for science, technology, and engineering research information.
Provided through the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Science.gov is the official web portal for federal science information and research. More than 1,700 government information resources and 30 databases on a wide variety of scientific topics are available.
Find Government Publications
Preston Library is a selective depository for U. S. government publications. Search the library catalog by title, topic and agency. These documents are located on the 650 level (paper format) and 500 microform area (microfiche format). There may be access to PDFs whenever online versions are available. If you need additional help finding government information, then use the following databases:
GPO Monthly Catalog
Indexes print and electronic U. S. Government information resources created and published by Federal agencies. Coverage 1976 to present.
Monthly Catalog of U. S. Government Publications 1895-1976
Coverage: 1895 - 1976
The most comprehensive index to historical information published by the United States federal government. Describing over 1.2 million items published between January 1895 and June 1976, the "Monthly Catalog" helps you identify important and useful information on many subjects.