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FDsys: What is it and how to use it

Are you new to federal documents?  Are you trying to brush up on your reference skills?  Do you want to learn more about federal documents? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then you should watch the videos created by the University Libraries at the University of Colorado Boulder.

FDsys, or Federal Digital System, was created by the GPO to provide access to documenats produced by the Federal government.  Ussers can search, download, and print documents for free. To access FDsys click here:

Click here to see the video “What is FDsys?”.

Click here to see the video “How to use FDsys”.


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