U.S. Library of Congress Adds the Congressional Record to Congress.gov

The U.S. Library of Congress has added — among other things — the Congressional Record to Congress.gov.

Please see here.

Cross-posted on Law Library Blog.

New Home Webpage at Law Library of Congress

The Law Library of Congress (LLoC) has announced a new, less “text-heavy, easier to scan” home webpage at:

http://loc.gov/law/

Two of the most-used LLoC products, Congress.gov and the Guide to Law Online, are more prominently displayed.

And the right-hand column contains the Twitter stream:LawLibraryofCongress

In general, there is a widened the webpage layout as well as improved search function from the addition of metadata and related facets.

For information on an earlier (June 2012) update, please see:

http://blogs.loc.gov/law/2012/06/we-have-a-new-look-changes-to-the-law-library-of-congress-website/

The LLoC also invites visitors to its blog, In Custodia Legis, at:

http://blogs.loc.gov/law/2012/10/welcome-to-our-new-front-door-a-revamped-homepage/

New U.S. Library of Congress product “Congress.gov” unveiled… which will eventually replace THOMAS

The U.S. Library of Congress has announced today:

We’ve just launched a new public beta site for accessing free, fact-based legislative information that will eventually replace the venerable THOMAS.

Read more: here.

And see an instructional video of the legislative process: here.

Plus, take a look at the Library of Congress Magazine.

Cross-posted at Law Library Blog.