Finding government information on the Internet

Finding government information on the Internet

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There's a wealth of government information available on the Internet, some of it available in no other format -- much of it free! Depository and non-depository libraries can use this invaluable manual to locate and deliver the latest government information to patrons, and enhance their collections via the Net with highly current documents or resources it does not receive. The manual draws upon a team of experts to tell you where to find, access, and print information in three comprehensive sections. qTopicsq looks at the theoretical underpinnings of free and timely access to government information. qToolsq provides a detailed description of the best ways to navigate the Internet and access specific resources. qNet Resourcesq is an extensive list of government information Internet sources arranged by subject, including state, local, and international government information.a how-to-do-it manual John Maxymuk. Internet is). Subjects ... The NASA WWW pagea#39;s point-and-click map (see Figure 11.8) offers one easy way to jump to the home pages of other NASA facilities. They can also be ... However, it is accessible only by telnet (telnet:// login: envnet password: henneker).

Title:Finding government information on the Internet
Author: John Maxymuk
Publisher:Neal Schuman Pub - 1995

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