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The Colorado State Library is a division of the Colorado Department of Education.
The Colorado State Library (CSL) helps libraries, schools, museums, and other organizations improve services, making it easier for all Coloradans to access and use the materials and information they need for lifelong learning.
State Publications Library (SPL) staff provide Coloradans with free permanent public access to state government documents.
The State Publications Library Catalog is the best way to search the entire State Publications collection, providing search results from both the physical collection and the digital repository.
The State Publications Library staff compile in-depth guides to current state government information that is available in both hard copy and on the Internet. These lists reflect selected titles on popular subjects of interest to the general public in the library collection. Along with these more detailed lists, there is selection of "Quick Guides to State Information" that are brief resource lists on current topics.
Jumpstart your research by exploring a variety of blog topics, including state history, wildlife, current legislation, and much more!
The Library Research Service (LRS) reports and analyzes statistics on school, public, and academic libraries, and conducts studies on major library issues that are reported in the Fast Facts and Closer Look series as well as ongoing blog series on various topics.