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Chapter 18. Seek and Ye Shall Find > You're Not Done Yet - Pg. 212

Seek and Ye Shall Find 212 Write Angles Consider audiovisual sources, too. These include records, audio-cassettes, videotapes, slides, and photographs. AV materials can often be borrowed from your library as you would books, magazines, and other print sources. 3. 4. Government documents.The government publishes tons of pamphlets, reports, catalogs, and newsletters on most issues of national concern. Government documents are often excellent research sources because they tend to be factual and unbiased. To find government docu- ments, try these CD-ROM and online indexes: · Monthly Catalogue of the United States Government Publications · United States Government Publications Index Special collections.Many libraries also have restricted collections of rare books, manuscripts, newspapers, magazines, photographs, maps, and items of local interest. They're usually stored in a special room or section of the library and you'll probably need permission to access them.