Morris Library Online Collections of Federal Docs Tutorials
Federal government documents tutorials:
Morris Library Online Collections of United Nations Tutorials
Online Tutorials for UN documents
- How to Find a UN Document Using a UN Document Symbol
- How to Find General Assembly and Security Council Resolutions and Voting Records
- How to Find Secretary-General's Reports
- How to Find United Nations Meeting Records
Morris Library GovDocs Handouts
Online Video Tutorials on FDsys
Morris Library Online Video Collections of Census Tutorials
The following resources are collected from YouTube. They should provide you basic instruction on using the data at Census.gov. If you need more assistance with GIS, please contact GIS office (618) 453-1248.
Research Using Government Documents
Beyond Journals. Using Digital Government Documents For Scientific Research. (By Courtney Cunningham)
Hogenboom, Karen (with Carissa M. Holler Phillips and Merinda Hensley). "Show Me the Data! Partnering with Instructors to Teach Data Literacy." In Declaration of Interdependence: The Proceedings of the ACRL 2011 Conference, March 30-April 2, 2011, Philadelphia, PA, edited by Dawn M. Mueller. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries: 410-417 (2011).
Hogenboom, Karen. "Lessons Learned About Access to Government Information After World War II Can Be Applied After September 11." Government Information Quarterly 25(1): 90-103 (2008).
Learning to Do Historical Research: Sources. Government Documents (Liese Dart and Emma Schroeder)
Using government documents (Colorado State University)