Estimated Hours of Learning: 24Certificate of Completion available upon request
- History and Background of the Government Printing Office (GPO), Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP), The Superintendant of Documents (SUDOCS): What you need to know about accessing U. S. Government produced information on the Web.
- The Central Portals - GPOAccess, USA.Gov, and the UN Documents Centre
- Information for Business
- Information for Healthcare Consumers and Medical Professionals
- Genealogy and Historical Records
- Jobs, Careers, and Government Contracts
- The Three Branches of Government: Legislative, Executive, and the Judiciary
- Laws, Regulations, and Court Rulings
- Taxes, Retirement, and Insurance
- Science Information
- Statistical Resources
- Grants Information
- Misc. Interesting Sites.
- State and Local Government Information
Experienced online instructor Diane Kovacs, honored with the 2000 Documents to the People Award from ALA’sGovernment Documents Roundtable (GODORT), covers the best sites to begin researching for government information in general and specifically for business, healthcare, genealogy, history, current government, legal, regulatory, taxes, retirement, insurance, and state and local government information.