Looking for government information on COVID-19/Novel Coronavirus? Some of these resources can help.
Depository Access During Limited Operations
For the most up to date information, see the COVID-19 and Library Services page.
The majority of the links on these guides are open, government resources and do not require credentials to view. Larry Eames, the government documents librarian, is available for remote research consults on using resources from the government when access to physical collections is not possible.
This guide will lead you to the many government documents available in physical formats through Kraemer Family Library and online. On this page, you can find quick links for documents at the federal, state, and local levels. The tabs above will help you focus your research by topic.
The Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) was established by Congress to ensure that the American public has access to its government information. Since 1813 depository libraries have collected, organized, preserved, and assisted users with information from the Federal Government. The Kraemer Family Library has been a Selective Depository in the Federal Depository System since 1974, collecting approximately 34% of all documents published in a variety of formats.