Government Documents: A Library Within A Library

Government Documents exhibit

The Government Documents exhibit runs from February 5th to May 1st, 2014 (NOTE: revised dates), and is located across from the Circulation Desk on the First Floor of Library South.

 

NOTE: Exhibit closed early due to earthquake related damage in Pollak Library South. We apologize for any inconvenience.

 

About the Curators

Ruth Dye, Librarian and the Government Documents Coordinator in
Pollak Library at CSUF

Marilyn Slagle, Library Services Specialist and a Government Documents Cataloger in Pollak Library at CSUF

Additional Contributors:

Trish Campbell, Organizer and Exhibit Program Coordinator

Raziel Gamboa, Graduate Student and Exhibit Program Assistant

About the Exhibit

This is a Pollak Library sponsored display meant to provide a broad overview of Government Documents by highlighting some of the library's maps, books, documents, and microforms in our collection. The Government Documents Section provides access to government information in both electronic and tangible formats. It consists of four collections: United States, California, Local City/County/Regional, and International.

Acknowledgements

The curators would like to take this opportunity to extend a special thank you to Library Services Specialist, Margie Flores, for helping with the material selection process and students Isaac Contreras, Raziel Gamboa, Cristina Omidsalar, and Lewis Vuong for their assistance with installation of the Government Documents display.

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Floor Map, 1st floor Library South