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Federal Government Documents Depository
As a Federal Depository Library in West Virginia, the State Library is committed to providing free access to government information. It also services as the Clearinghouse for state documents. We are committed to providing free public access to government information to all citizens of West Virginia. For assistance in accessing government documents, ask at the reference desk or contact Michelle Kubiak, Government Resources and Cataloging Librarian, email@example.com, (304) 558-2045.
The Government Document Resources is located on the third level of the State Library Services Library.
FDsys is the Government Printing Office's portal to access federal government documents online.
eAudiobooks are available to check out for free. All content is Android and Apple device compatible.
The Library Commission Library Television Network tapes a variety of presentations from conferences, workshops, and other training sessions that are of interest to library directors and library staff. Items can only be viewed at public libraries. For more information contact Mark Lanham, Library Television Network Supervisor, firstname.lastname@example.org, (304) 558-2531.
eBooks and eAudiobooks are available to check out for free through WV-Reads (West Virginia Regional Electronic Audiovisual Download Service). This service is available for a wide variety of devices, including the Kindle, Nook, iPads, iPhones, Android phones and tablets, and most eBook readers.
Read digital copies of magazines on your computer, phone, or tablet. This free service works on Android and Apple products.