This one-hour class will cover the history of the OU Documents Collection and focus on its resources for research. Originating in 1893, the OU Government Documents Collection is a 90% Federal Depository which houses 2.9 million items, including US Federal, State of Oklahoma, and international documents. Access to government information will be discussed, as well as databases for government research including the ProQuest Congressional database and the Congressional Quarterly databases.
The session will be held in room 149D of Bizzell Memorial Library from 10-11 AM on Thursday, February 16th. (Note: This is a repeat of the presentation that was offfered at 2-3 PM on Monday, February 13th.)
Questions? Please contact Jeffrey Wilhite, Government Documents Librarian.