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If you are interested in a presentation discussing the value of Federal documents for academic, professional, and personal purposes; contact IRSC Libraries.
Instructional requests for IRSC courses (face to face and virtual)
Other presentation requests - please contact us (email@example.com) with details and suggested dates.
Examples of presentations outside the classroom:
- Florida College System Council on Instructional Affairs: Learning Resources Standing Committee: IPEDS (2015)
- Association of Florida Colleges IRSC Chapter Luncheon: Celebrating 40 years as a Federal Depository Library (2015)
- IRSC Lifelong Learning Institute: Plants 1014: Can You Dig It? Natives and Herbs in Florida (2014, 2015)
- Association of Florida Colleges IRSC Chapter Luncheon: Florida Government and Statistics: Legislative Tools Overview (2014)
- Florida College System Council on Instructional Affairs: Learning Resources Standing Committee: Life's Credentials: Digital Badges at IRSC (Hurricane Hunter badge) (2014)
- IRSC River Venture Business Plan Competition: Business Development and Statistical Resources (2014)
- IRSC Faculty Learning Symposium: When your Harlem Shake Causes a Copyright Takedown: Understanding Intellectual Property in Virtual Learning (2013)
Learning about Federal Documents
IRSC is pleased to promote access to and use of federal documents through numerous methods:
- Cataloging of federal documents in the Library's open public access catalog
- FDLP decal on the Miley Library doors and webpages
- Freely accessible collection
- Grants research
- Inclusion of federal documents on the instructional research session topics
- Promotion of federal documents through presentations, instructional sessions, reference and referral services, and interlibrary loan
- Provision of reference assistance to all community members
- Web presence, both on the IRSC website and the IRSC LibGuides website
Videos about Federal Documents