Since 1934, Chambers Library has been part of a nationwide federal depository system established by the United States Congress, under the direction of the Government Printing Office. The library receives approximately 60% of the material made available through the Federal Depository System. In 1978, the library also became an official depository for all Oklahoma depository documents.
|Location:||2nd Floor South|
|Hours:|| Monday and Tuesday - 9:00am-9:00pm
Friday - 9:00am-6:00pm
Saturday - 10:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday - Noon - 9:00pm
Please note: During library hours other than the hours listed above, the 2nd floor will remain open, but the government information department will be closed.
|Circulation of Materials:||Most paper documents may be borrowed with a UCO ID Card. Government documents less than 15 pages, published before 1945, in poor condition or fragile, and journals do not circulate.|
|Size:||Approximately 51,345 titles (in various formats)|
|Arrangement:||SuDoc Call Number (By issuing agency)|
|Internet Access:||There are three public computers in Gov Info. There is one additional computer equipped with ArcView GIS software. You may save materials to disc and view CD-ROMs on this workstation.|
|Study Rooms:||Three study rooms are available for use by students either individually or in small groups.|
|Photocopying:||There is a black and white photocopier available to the public on the 1st and 4th floors. Copies are 10¢ per page.|
|Library Catalog:||All Government Information selected by UCO is included in the Chambers Library catalog.|
|InterLibrary Loan:||If a document cannot be found in our collection, a Government Document Staff member can request it from another library. This normally takes a week.|
|How to shelve:||Shelving tutorial|