About Government Resources at Wright State
|The University Libraries participate in the Federal Depository Library Program. Government resources received through the program are available for free use by all members of the general public.|
Some materials are available for in-library use only, but many items may be checked out by library users who have a borrower's card. Electronic products not supported in the Libraries can be used by making arrangements through the Information Desk.
Access to government publications on the internet is available to community users of the University Libraries. On presentation of identification, any user may receive a password that allows him or her to use the internet on workstations within the Dunbar Libray. Passwords are in effect for 24 hours, and there is no limit to the number of times a user may register.
Information about the University Libraries' accomodations under the ADA can be found in Services to Persons with Disabilities.
The University Libraries also receive Ohio government publications under the state of Ohio's depository program and are part of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Resource Center Program. For information on that collection go to Patents and Trademarks.
How to Get Reference Help
For reference help, ask at the Information Desk on the second floor of Dunbar Library (937-775-2925).
For patent and trademark information, ask at the Information Desk on the second floor of Dunbar Library or contact Ran Raider,Government and Legal Information Coordinator (937-775-3521).
IM reference service is also available through the Ask a Librarian page.
How to get to Wright State University Libraries
Locate a Federal Depository Library (FDL)
Locate a Federal Depository Library (FDL). There are three methods for retrieving Federal Depository Library information:
- Clickable Map: clicking on the applicable state, commonwealth or territory on the map below
- Basic FDLD Search: search by keyword in the Keyword search box below the map
- Advance FDLD Search: search by specific types of data, such as Depository number, ZIP or area code, etc. in a single or multiple field search below the Basic search