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Communication Sciences & Disorders: Government Sources

About Government Information

Government Documents are official publications of government agencies.  You may be asked to include a government document or webpage in your research papers because they are considered "Primary Resources".  This means that it is original research or an event witnessed by someone involved in the event or who personally witnessed the event.  These include, statistical studies, environmental reports, laws and regulations, diplomatic correspondence and other official records.

Government Resources

The following are key government electronic resources, including state, national and international.


The following government documents are in the collection and can be checked out.  Clicking on the call numbers will link you to the catalog record for this document and other similar titles in the SWAN catalog and provide information about where each item is located.  Some of these items may also be freely available online. If so, the item link will indicate that.

Ear infections [microform] : facts for parents about otitis media.
MSU Meyer Gov Docs HE 20.3652:EA 7

Hearing aid marketplace: is the consumer adequately protected? : hearing before the Special Committee on Aging, United States Senate, One Hundred Third Congress, first session, Washington, DC, September 15, 1993
MSU Meyer Gov Docs Y 4.AG 4: S.HRG.103-361

Speech & Language... Developmental Milestones... U.S. Department Of Health & Human Services
MSU Meyer Gov Docs HE 20.3652:SP 3

Supporting families of children with special needs / Parents as Teachers National Center, Inc. and Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
MSU Meyer Gov Docs ED .SP 2:SU7/2


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Grace Jackson-Brown
Missouri State University
Duane G. Meyer Library
Springfield, Missouri