conducted by staff from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.
Saturday, March 9, 2002, 9:00 AM to 5 PM
University of Central Florida Library, Electronic Classroom 235C
Seating is limited. RSVP to the UCF
at (407) 823-5463 or via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
This GPO Access training class involves hands-on use of GPO Access by participants at individual computer workstations. The hands-on training provides an in-depth review of all facets of the GPO Access services, including GPO Access components, interfaces, methods of access, general searching strategies, Web interfaces, etc. Generally, attendees at GPO Access training sessions should be depository librarians and any staff members of depository libraries who assist users with access to Federal Government information or conduct research. The session is open to other librarians, faculty, staff, and members of the general public. Everyone planning to attend must RSVP.
Directions to the University of Central Florida Library - daily visitor parking pass is $3.
Note: All times are approximate and sequence of topics may be shifted.
|Session Title||Session Description|
|9:00 - Noon||Introduction of GPO Access||This mandatory introduction includes an overview of GPO Access history, components, methods of access, file formats, basic searching strategies and interface introduction/review (class specific).|
Adobe Acrobat Reader (PDF files)
|Database coverage includes a brief explanation of database content, searching techniques, and "helpful hints." (Time is allowed for users to work independently with databases and receive individual attention if needed.)|
|Code of Federal Regulations||Database coverage includes a brief explanation of database content, searching techniques and "helpful hints." (Time is allowed for users to work independently with databases and receive individual attention if needed.)|
|Noon - 1:30||Lunch on your own - dining options|
|1:30 - 5:00||Congressional Database Overview and Review of Web
(Other Congressional Databases dependent on time)
|Database coverage includes a brief explanation of database content, searching techniques and "helpful hints." (Time is allowed for users to work independently with databases and receive individual attention if needed.)|
|Additional Web Applications
Pathway Locator Services
Sales Product Catalog and Online Ordering
Look at FDLP Administration Page
The following on-campus options are just a short walk from the Library:
Student Union Food Court - Subway Subs, Sbarro's Italian Eatery, Wackadoo's Grub & Brew, Wendy's, Sweet Retreat Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt, Joffrey's Gourmet Coffee. (NOTE: The following are either not open on Saturdays or are closed for Spring Break: Baja Burrito Kitchen, Steak Escape, Mrs. Fields Cookies, Pretzel Time.)
Knightshop Convenience Store (in the Student Union) has hot coffee, soft drinks, snacks, candy, bottled water, teas, juices and sandwiches.
UCF Bookstore - (closed for Spring Break) operated by Barnes & Noble, has coffee shop with sandwiches, desserts, etc.
Mall/Great Escapes (in breezeway between UCF Bookstore and Student Union) - (closed on Saturdays) Chick-fil-a
Cafeteria (in Student Resource Center) - (closed for Spring Break) all-you-can-eat for $5.83 (including tax) - hot & cold food, salad bar, soups, pizza, etc.
Einstein Bros Bagels (in the Education Building) - (closed on Saturdays)
Prepared by: Rich Gause,
Government Documents Librarian
URL of this page: http://library.ucf.edu/govdocs/training/gpoaccess/
Last updated May 03, 2011 10:06:58 AM