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INST607: All About E-Government

Giving insight on how to find and use E-Government information.

U.S. Government Information, Criminal Law, Criminology, and Law Librarian

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Celina McDonald
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Contact:
University of Maryland Libraries
McKeldin Library, Room 4109
College Park, MD 20742
(301) 405-3643

Citing Government Documents

Cite It with Style!

How to Cite Government Information Resources like a Pro!

Other Guides related to Government Documents

Welcome INST607!

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To be successful at finding government information online, you must think like a Government Documents Librarian!


Here are strategies that can help your research:

Resources for finding Government Documents

Great texts to help you understand the fundamentals of U.S. government, its processes, and how to access government materials.

Links for Online Resources: