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Updated SuDoc Classification Chart Poster – Free to Depositories

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  • Many Federal depository libraries display the handy, “How to Locate a U.S. Government Publication” poster near their FDLP collection. It guides patrons in navigating U.S. Government resources that are arranged by Superintendent of Documents classification number.

    This poster has been updated and is now available for free ordering by Federal depository libraries. Please discard any old versions of this poster, as they now contain outdated information.

    The new posters are 11 X 17 and are made of durable paperboard. Please login to FDLP.gov, and order your library’s posters today (limit 5 posters per depository).

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    Maggie Farrell served on the Depository Library Council 1994-1995 and 1998-2001, serving as Chair 2000-2001. Currently, Maggie is the Dean of Libraries at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and previously served as the Dean of Libraries at the University of Wyoming and Clemson University. Although her focus is on leadership and management, Maggie formed her understanding of information systems and library operations as a Government information librarian that guides her to this day in the values of open information and equitable access.

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    The LibGuide team would like to thank the FDLP community for your continued support in 2021. Usage increased by 34%, and we added 29 new guides in 2021. We also added these new subjects: Asian American-Pacific Islanders, Business and Economics, Federal Agency Guides, and Social Sciences. In 2022, the LibGuides team would like to add new guides on these topics: Government information in Spanish, Government Information training for students and para professionals, American Indian or tribal resources, Federal Agencies, and Social Sciences. Submit your LibGuides.

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    On November 19, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln delivered a short speech at the close of ceremonies dedicating the battlefield cemetery at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Honoring a request to offer a few remarks, Lincoln memorialized the Union dead and highlighted the redemptive power of their sacrifice. Placing the common soldier at the center of the struggle for equality, Lincoln reminded his listeners of the higher purpose for which blood was shed. In spite of Lincoln’s disclaimer that “the world will little note, nor long remember what we say here,” his brief speech continues to resonate in the American memory.

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