The library became a depository for materials from the Government Printing Office in 1903. The federal documents collection now totals approximately one million print pieces, and over 70,000 maps and thousands of Internet publications
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Here you will find information published by agencies of the federal government. To do a comprehensive search of federal government resources, visit FDSYS Federal Digital System.
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Government documents available through the CSU Libraries are fully cataloged through Sage and Discovery. They are shelved under Superintendent of Documents Classification, a separate call number system that's based on federal agency. For example, documents published by the Department of the Interior will be shelved under call numbers beginning with "I".
Sage/Library Catalog - This is the standard tool to search for books and other materials in the CSU Libraries.
Discovery Tool - This offers a Web browser type interface for searching the Library Catalog.
Prospector - Request and delivery system for books, videos and other materials from libraries throughout Colorado.
Use Interlibrary Loan to obtain articles and papers from journals and conference proceedings not owned by C.S.U. The service can also be used to obtain books and other materials not available in the C.S.U. Library or through Prospector.