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Sign Up Now for the Congress.gov Webinar

This is a guest post by Ashley Granby Wolf, an intern in the Office of External Relations of the Law Library of Congress.

Join us for the Congress.gov webinar!

Join us for the Congress.gov webinar. Flyer by Ashley Granby Wolf.

Join us on July 26, 2018 for our live and free Congress.gov webinar hosted by the Law Library of Congress!  Our legal reference experts, Barbara Bavis and Robert Brammer , will demonstrate how to utilize Congress.gov, the official U.S. federal legislative information website.

During the webinar, Barbara and Robert will demonstrate how to perform general searches on legislation, as well as more specific searches based on your interests and needs regarding legislation and congressional legislative information.  They will also highlight new features of Congress.gov, such as editing saved searches, adding alerts, the Help page, and other enhancements.  Additionally, any questions that viewers have will be answered in real-time!

Please join the Law Library Thursday, July 26 from 2 PM to 3 PM.  Sign up on our website today!

2 Comments

  1. Javier Velazquez
    July 12, 2018 at 1:14 pm

    Please reserve me a place for the webminar

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