6th Edition Now Available
Updated, more than 4,800 entries
Gain a directory to ever-changing government information available on the Internet. Government-related indexes, finding aids, pathfinders, resource guides, and search engines are identified. Published by Bernan.
Now with more than 4,800 entries, including over
The first edition was included in “Selected Reference Books of 1997” in College and Research Libraries, March 1998, p. 182.
Reviews and Comments
The author's thoroughness is remarkable. . . . It should be purchased by every library, large and small, that acquires government publications.
“Notess's useful guide to government information resources on the Internet has grown and improved . . . insightful, critical annotations.”
“The author has greatly assisted all librarians who are interested in incorporating government information into their virtual collection or online catalog.”
“Because comparing sites on the Internet is difficult, this book allows a user to identify and compare potential sites prior to even going online...an excellent resource.”
“An invaluable resource for both librarian and researcher. It contains a wealth of information, is well-organized, and is amply indexed.”
The sixth edition came out in 2003, updated by a new editor, Peggy Garvin, but it is still based on the work I did on the first three editions.
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