Tutorial on Researching Federal Legislative
This week's Information Center tutorial
will show you how to use the CIS/Index to find hearings, prints, reports,
and other Congressional documents from as far back as 1970. You can
find the tutorial schedule posted in the entry way of the library.
There is no need to sign up to attend; just come to the Reference Desk
at the scheduled time. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding
tutorials, please e-mail Joe Mitzenmacher (JMITZENM).
Media Services Department:
A videotape of the Distinguished Labor
Leader Lecture that occurred March 2, 2000 is available for viewing in
the Information Center. The Speaker is Sandra Feldman, President
of the American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO. The title of the lecture
is "The Labor Movement and Our Children's Future." The tape can be viewed
in room 870. An appointment is required to reserve the room.
"Taxing" on the Web:
It's that time of year again! The
Internet is a rich resource for tax-related information. There are
sites offering tax advice, forms, tax news and policy. Some
of the better sites are:
This is the official IRS web site and
contains IRS Forms and publications, including links to state tax forms.
Run by an accounting professor, this tax
portal organizations tax information web sites for professionals and consumers.
One of the bext meta-indexes on tax around.
Tax Analysts is a non-profit organization
that provides articles and orther information geared to tax professionals.
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