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JOUR 4540 with Dr. Miller: Education Statistics for Journalists: Home

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In addition, the government provides many sites for specific information that you can easily find by adding the .gov domain to the subject. For example:

Find a list of the many apps available from federal government web sites.

Of special interest:  The Writer's Guide to Government Information is a blog entry with links to a wide variety of government sites for detailed information about military history, health, geographical settings, crime, and many other topics of use in particular for fiction writers. Credit:  Daniel Cornwall, Alaska Division of Libraries, Archives, and Museums.