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The University of Florida's Regional Federal Depository collection will be moved off campus to the Auxiliary Library Facility (ALF) beginning March 13th. This is a permanent relocation. The move is expected to take less than a week and during this time the print collection will not be readily available.

Patrons needing government documents during the move should contact Jan Swanbeck (janswan1@ufl.edu, 352-273-0374) for assistance. After the move, documents can be requested through UBorrow, interlibrary loan, or other means that you usually employ.

Although the collection will no longer be on campus, the University of Florida will remain the Regional Depository Library for Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands and Jan Swanbeck will remain the Regional Documents Coordinator.

 

Statistical Information and Links (States/Countries)

State portals local government information (by state/county) and directories of state agencies can be found at THIS LINK. General statistical information for North American countries can be found at THIS LINK . For other pages with statistical information, use these links:

New Links of Interest

Did you ever want to read the FBI files on The Monkees? Elizabeth Taylor? On the song "Louie, Louie"? now you can- Go to The Vault, the Federal Bureau of Investigation's new electronic reading room, containing more than 3,000 documents that have been scanned from paper into digital copies so you can read them in the comfort of your home or office. Click HERE to visit it.

Want to protect your laptop from theft? Visit THIS LINK to learn more about Front Door Software. If your laptop is lost or stolen, you can blast a message to it that states THIS LAPTOP IS REPORTED STOLEN, lock it down from remote to help protect your information, send a text message to the thief, send your own custom talking message to the thief through the laptop, and even get a Google map of its location! This software is free for UF students and staff.

 

What's New

Current Topics: a new feature of the Government Documents webpage, featuring links to government and legal documents on selected current affairs. Check out this new feature HERE

The full text of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2010 can be found HERE

Information on library orientations, using RefWorks and EndNote and avoiding plagiarism may be found at HERE

 

 

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