govinfo is free U.S. Government information for all
govinfo is a service of the United States Government Publishing Office (GPO), which is a Federal agency in the legislative branch.
govinfo provides free public access to official publications from all three branches of the Federal Government. (Source: website) Replaces FDSYS
Replaces FDSYS December 18, 2018.
New / Trial Databases
The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
Local governments in British Columbia include municipalities (i.e. villages, towns, districts and cities), regional districts (including municipal and non-municipal electoral areas), improvement districts, and the Islands Trust, as established by the Local Government Act of B.C. There are also First Nations governments established by treaty, federal legislation, or self-government agreement. The goal of this collection is to include these local and First Nations government entities of Vancouver Island (B.C.).
The College Music Society compiles data and information for the music profession. Published annually, the Directory of Music Faculties in College and Universities, U.S. and Canada is a valuable resource for anyone searching for information about music schools, their faculty, and degrees they offer.
The Indexed TRC Calls to Action is a resource that connects the 94 Calls to Action to the relevant parts of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Final Report. The indexed pages provide an entry point into the Final Report for each of the subdivisions of the Calls to Action. This resource is an educational tool designed to enhance the accessibility of the Final Report, promote engagement with the Calls to Action, and thus help further the reconciliation project initiated by the TRC. Created by the University of Victoria Libraries.
Phase 1 of the UNDL features the integration of the 3 UNBISnet databases into one; digital content, mainly official UN documents and selected UN maps, with metadata from UNBISnet for UN-produced materials, as well as speech and voting records. UNDL metadata records will link to open access UN content. The UN plans to add and integrate additional collections of digital materials as they are created or are made available to us by UN departments, offices, and agencies