Check Out Our Web Site – New And Improved!

Connect to the Libraries’ Web site, and you’ll notice some big changes. <See insert.> During the past year, the library staff has devoted considerable time and resources to a substantial re-design of the Libraries’ Web presence. Attention has been given to enhanced content as well as visual design and navigational structure. Immediately noticeable is a new appearance and structure, including common visual elements throughout the site to provide for easy and predictable navigation. Featured enhancements include the prominent placement of collection and Internet subject guides authored by UF Librarians, and the “Database Locator”, powered by the familiar WebLUIS search engine. Take some time to explore these and other enhancements on the Libraries’ new site. We welcome your comments and suggestions as we fine- tune the site throughout the fall semester.

Ann Lindell
Architecture & Fine Arts Library


Florida Electronic Federal Depository Library is now open!

    The Government Documents Department is pleased to announce the implementation of the Florida Electronic Federal Depository Library (FEFDL). This interactive Web site is designed to aid not only the general public but also all document depositories and other libraries in the State of Florida. It provides a free "all-in-one" site for federal, state and local government information on the Web. The Library contains over 300 Web pages and approximately 4,000 links.
    The Web site provides a comprehensive list of thousands of links to federal, state, county and city government departments. It also features a clickable map of Florida that grants access to extensive information for all 67 county governments, from educational facilities to election results. Each county is featured on its own page containing detailed listings of frequently requested statistics and demographics. Patrons can find county and city home pages, county department listings, and federal and state legislators with Web pages. Thematic maps for each county provide population density counts. Income and age distribution maps are soon to follow.
    The Federal Electronic Federal Depository Library can be viewed at: This site is designed to function fully with Internet Explorer 4.x or Netscape Navigator 4.x or later browsers. Some functions such as image swapping or client-side image mapping may not work with some earlier browsers. Alternative features have been provided for critical functions that do not work in earlier version browsers.
Patricia Ruwell
Documents Department

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For a printed copy of this publication please contact
Carol Turner
Assistant Director for Public Services