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ETSU-reservable conference room and reception area for small goroup meetings and special events.
Study rooms for individuals, groups, graduate students, adjunct faculty; silent study; 24-hour study
Administers ETSU D2L-based course tests, placement tests and the California Critical Thinking Skills Test (CCTST).
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Sherrod Library has been a federal document depository for the First Congressional District of Tennessee since 1942, although many items in our collection were published prior to that date. We are currently one of 22 depository libraries in the state of Tennessee, selecting over 50% of the items distributed by the United States Government Printing Office. Our documents collection is one of the seven largest in Tennessee, and we serve as a shared regional depository, with the University of Memphis Library as the primary depository for the state.
Collection strengths are in areas relating to the environment, the Appalachian region, education, health, justice, business, and veterans' affairs.
You can find government publications in all formats--print, microform, CD-ROM, and online--in OneSearch. Other useful websites for finding government information include:
FDsys--GPO's Official Website
The Catalog of U.S. Government Publications
Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids
THOMAS--The Library of Congress Legislative Information Site
A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation
Sherrod Library has been a depository for Tennessee state documents since 1978. Search OneSearch to find Tennessee documents in the library collections.
Visit the the Tennessee government website at http://www.tn.gov for current state information.