FDLP Survey

Have you ever used government information at USF? Did you know that USF’s Gleeson Library participates in the Federal Depository Library Program? Help us evaluate how useful these resources and services are to you by completing the survey at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HSLCRRB. Thanks in advance for your time! Continue reading FDLP Survey

Government Documents: Africa and the State Department

The U.S. State Department and Africa The United States Department of State (often referred to as the State Department) is the federal executive department responsible for international relations. The State Department has a blog called, Dipnote where you can read blog entries from State Department officials about their work and international travels.  “Dipnote” refers to … Continue reading Government Documents: Africa and the State Department

Documents from the HELP Committee

The U.S. HELP Committee Gleeson’s Government Documents collection has a number of interesting documents from the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions that goes by the easy-to-remember-acronym, HELP.  The committee presides over the country’s health care, education, employment and retirement policies. Here are some examples of HELP documents in the collection: *If … Continue reading Documents from the HELP Committee

UFOs and Government Documents

In honor of Halloween, take a look at some of Gleeson’s more unusual, “spooky” government documents. In addition to the pamphlet pictured here, in which the United States Air Force put together Aids to Identification of Flying Objects, Gleeson Government Documents Print Collection also has materials on the Roswell Report.   This document concerns a series … Continue reading UFOs and Government Documents