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Georgia Tech became a member of the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) in 1964. We receive 85% of Federal publications distributed through the FDLP.
Browse Related Research Guides (current)
Earth Day - click on the Resources link, and the "Gulf Oil Spill" page, for detailed lists of environmental sources.
Legal Resources (by Mary Axford, Tech's Public Policy Librarian)
Public Policy (by Mary Axford, Tech's Public Policy Librarian)
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- "Climate Change Essentials: Don't Sweat the Research" - detailed bibliography; handout from presentation at COMO Conference, Oct. 2013)
- "Taking the Pulse of the South's Economy" (PowerPoint presentation given at joint COMO/SELA conference, 2012)
- Selected Resources for Economic Indicators - detailed bibliography, with state-level sources; handout from the presentation)
- "Rolling in the Deep Web: Mining Free Resources for Science and Technology Information" (PowerPoint presentation given at COMO conference, 2011)
- Selected Science Resources from the U.S. Government - Detailed bibliography; handout from the presentation.
- "Congressional Information Demystified(PowerPoint presentation given at COMO conference, 2010)
- Sources for Congressional Information - Detailed bibliography; handout from the presentation
- "Finding Statistics Fast" - PowerPoint presentation (rev. & expanded version given at COMO conference, 2009)
- "Finding Statistics" - Detailed list of links, by topic (handout from the presentation)
- "Population Information at your Fingertips" -- for finding Census data (PowerPoint presentation given at COMO conference, 2008).