Indiana State Documents Digital Collections Program
On Friday May 20th, the Indiana State Library is hosting the free one-day library conference Government Information Day 2022. One of the event’s sessions is a talk by Indiana Digitization Librarian Chris Marshall titled Indiana State Documents in the Indiana State Library Digital Collections. This 55-minute (including Q & A) program will provide an overview of this online resource, as well as instruction, for how to navigate and locate specific information.
The Indiana State Documents is a collection of publications from various state agencies, including departments, boards, bureaus, commissions, councils, and committees of the Executive Branch of the state government, along with legislative reports, general assembly rosters, and Indiana Acts and Laws. Chris will show the variety of state documents available in the Indiana State Library’s Digital Collections and those that the library has contributed to Internet Archive. Chris’s talk is also TLEU eligible for Indiana public librarians.
Click the link here to register to attend Government Information Day 2022 at the Indiana State Library. To learn more the other wonderful sessions at GID22, please see the library’s page on the conference here.