Government websites around the world have great resources for library media specialists. These include resources from the department of education, libraries, and other areas.

Read How to Effectively Locate Federal Government Information on the World Wide Web by Patricia Cruse & Sherry DeDecker. Designed to demonstrate how to maximize retrieval of federal government information on the Web.

The following websites listed on this page will be of interest to school library media specialists:

US Government Resources

Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP)

Government Publications Library at University of Colorado, Boulder

GPO Access (U.S. Government Printing Office)

National Center for Education Statistics

National Reading Panel
Panel assessed the effectiveness of different approaches used to teach children to read.

U.S. Department of Education
The authoritative source for U.S. government policy and information on education. Has a very wide variety of resources available to all types of educators. Includes resources such as research and statistics, funding opportunities, financial aid, databases, online publications and reports, and much more.

U.S. National Commission on Library and Information Science

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State of Indiana Resources

Indiana Department of Education

Selected Websections:
Office of Learning Resource
Library, Media, and Reading Resources
School Library Media Specialists' Cadre

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Global Government Resources

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