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Oklahoma
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Information
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Brochures and Publications

These publications of ODL's U.S. Government Information Division are Postscript Document Format (pdf) files. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to access the information.

General Information (60K)
Information about ODL's U.S. Government Information Division, its resources and services.

American Memory (122K)
This brochure describes the Library of Congress' digital American Memory collection, which includes photographs, manuscripts, books and pamphlets, early motion pictures, and other materials.

U.S. Government Depositories in Oklahoma

State Government Depository Library System

Electronic Access to Government Information (129K)
Lists selected federal government websites.

Guide to Microform Holdings (60K)
Information on the non-depository microformat materials available in ODL's U.S. Government Information Division.

A History of our Nation (51K)
Historical Publications (99K)
These brochures list selected notable sources acquired by ODL during its 100+ years as a federal regional depository.

Maps (240K)
This brochure describes the various types of maps available in the U.S. Government Information Division.

Oklahoma State Plan
for the Federal Depository Library Program
(60K)
Published in July of 1997, this document is a revision of the Oklahoma Plan originally formulated in the 1980s. It reflects the increased movement of documents to the electronic environment. Topics include Collection Development and Resource Sharing, Bibliographic Control, Quality of Service, Public Relations and Electronic Resources.


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