Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Web helps librarians find digitized documents

Aliya Sternstein, Federal Computer Week

Now librarians will have an easier time locating digitized collections of hardbound government documents.

Late last week, the Government Printing Office –- the federal agency in charge of informing the public about the government’s work –- added an online database to its GPO Access Web site called the Registry of U.S. Government Publication Digitization Projects. It will serve as a locator tool for identifying federal document collections that are being digitized.

This is going to be quite a treasure trove.

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