Instructional and Class Materials
Upon request, Government Documents staff will provide in-class instruction for projects that utilize government information collections, the Libraries' Web site, or related electronic resources. Contact Ed Herman for further information.
Style manuals sometimes change. For example, the Modern Language Association (MLA) manual, version 6, tells users to underline book titles, but version 7 instructs people to italicize them. Consult your professor before adopting styles shown below to confirm that it is the appropriate version.
Citing Sources (State University at Buffalo. Arts and Sciences Libraries)
Research Tips (State University at Buffalo. Arts and Sciences Libraries)
A guide to researching within the University Libraries. Topics include searching the UB Libraries catalog and databases.
Citing Government Publications
Brief Guide to Citing Government Publications (University of Memphis)
Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide for Government Documents (Bowdoin College Library)
Covers online materials, and executive and legislative documents.
Citing Government Documents/Government Agency Style Manuals (University of North Texas Libraries)
Citing Government Information Sources Using MLA (University of Nevada, Reno)
Government Documents Service: DocsCite (Arizona State University Libraries)
Fill in the blanks on a form to create citations in APA or MLA styles for documents in print/microform, CD-ROM, or Internet formats.This cite still uses the MLA's 6 rather than the more current 7th version.
Guide: Citing U.S. Government Publications (Indiana University. Bloominigton)
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HUD Presentation (January 2011)
Presentation to the Network in Aging of Western New York (July 2011)
- Additional Government Information about the Aged
- American FactFinder2: An Introduction
- Census Statistics for the Aged