We can use your input: Cornell Law Library is a Federal Depository Library, officially designated to have U.S. federal documents and information for you, the university, and the community. Primarily, we receive the law-related materials, such as U.S. Reports, the official U.S. Code, the Code of Federal Regulations, etc. We are obligated to organize and help you use the materials, in print and on the web, which come to us at no charge.
The Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) is conducting a web survey this month to learn what you think of the value of the program. The survey is at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HSLCRRB and is available until February 28, 2011. At the conclusion of the survey we will receive a report with aggregated responses and comments from our Law Library users, which will be used to help us determine the value of the FDLP here and to facilitate the development of outcomes-based performance measures.
If we are doing our jobs well, the federal documents will be a seamless part of the Cornell Law Library collection and services. Our aim is to integrate the federal documents with all the other materials in the library. You are encouraged to complete the web survey and let us know how we are doing!