U.S. Government on the Web: Getting the Information You Needby Peter Hernon, Robert E. Dugan, John A. Shuler, Robert E. Dugan, John A. Shuler
This guide to finding government information on the web serves as a directory, but also as a map to the government's structure and as a play-book outlining strategies for locating information. The material is organized according to the branch of government and agency, the means of finding it, the type of information, its subject, and its audience. The authors include librarians, library administrators, and professors of library science. Annotation ©2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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PETER HERNON is Professor, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Simmons College, Boston, Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Academic Librarianship, Founding Editor of Government Information Quarterly, Co-Editor of Library & Information Science Research, and an internationally acclaimed author of numerous books in the area of government information.
ROBERT E. DUGAN is Library Director, Mildred F. Sawyer Library, Suffolk University, Boston.
JOHN A. SHULER is Documents Librarian/Department Head Documents, Maps, Microforms, and Curriculum Department University Library, University of Illinois, Chicago.
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