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How Students View Government Documents

Thanks to Maria A. Jankowska for pointing out that pictures from the University of Idaho’s Federal Depository Library Centennial celebration are available on Flickr.

According to Maria’s Govdoc-L posting, the celebration included a student poster contest.

Here is the winning poster:

Personally I preferred:

But that’s just a personal preference. Congratulations to U of Idaho for generating creativity.

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