ODDS AND ENDS : ISSUE 109, MAY 2005

A Collection of Web Sites of Possible Interest to Government Documents Librarians

Table of Contents

America's Story from America's Library
Ann the Mosquito
Annual Report of the United States Commission
on International Religious Freedom
AnthroNotes
Asian Reflections on the American Landscape
Base Realignment and Closure 2005 (BRAC)
Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids
Bo Vine
Census Bureau Factfinder Kids' Korner
Child Deaths in Michigan
CIA's Homepage for Kids
Coastie the Safety Dog Coloring Book
Country Reports on Terrorism: 2004
Debt to the Penny and Who Holds It
Docs Prescriptions : the Newsletter for Ohio GODORT
Dynamite the Presidents
Energy Ant Kid's Page
FBI's For the Family Page
Federal Resources for Educational Excellence (FREE) :
For Students and Teachers
FEMA for Kids Page
Filibuster Web Page
First.gov for Kids
Free Government Information (Blog)
Garfield Star Sleeper Web Page
GATT Digital Library
Happy Earth Day Coloring and Activities Book
Hospital Compare
Infant Safe Sleep :
Report of the 2004 Safe Sleep Work Group
Insider Threat Security:
Computer System Sabotage in Critical Infrastructure Sectors
James Madison Papers Available Online
Kid's Castle
Map and Geographic Information Collections in Transition
Michigan Official Transportation Map
Michigan Task Force on Jail and Prison Overcrowding
MyPyramid.gov
NASA for Kids
National CounterTerrorism Center:
A Chronology of Significant International Terrorism for 2004
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Kids Page
NGA Kids
On the Trail of the Missing Ozone (Comic Book)
Overseas Basing Commission Report
Paleo Art
Planet Protector's On-Line Coloring Book
Smokey's Coloring Book
Sprocket Man (Comic Book)
Spy-Fi Archives
Staff in Postsecondary Institutions, Fall 2003,
and Salaries of Full-Time Instructional Faculty,
2003-04
UFO Collection from the CIA's Electronic Reading Room
Vince & Larry's Safety City
Women in the Labor Force : A Data Book
Woodsy Coloring Sheets
World Factbook 2005

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America's Story from America's Library
http://www.americaslibrary.gov/cgi-bin/page.cgi
This Web site is brought to you from the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., the largest library in the world and the nation's library. We hope you will find this Web site entertaining and fun to use. And, of course, we hope you will learn something from it. The site was designed especially with young people in mind, but there are great stories for people of all ages, and we hope children and their families will want to explore this site together. Here, you can discover what Abraham Lincoln had in his pockets on the night he was assassinated. If you think break-dancing is a new invention, then visit "Join America at Play," where you'll see a film of an early break-dancer from 1898! "Jump Back in Time" and find the settlers who landed on Plymouth Rock. If you've ever wondered what the first cartoons looked like, then click on "See, Hear and Sing." If you see something you really like, then "Send a Postcard" to your family and friends, and tell them about it. You'll even get a reward if you successfully complete the Treasure Hunt or Scavenger Hunt.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Ann the Mosquito
http://www.sel.barc.usda.gov/diptera/ann1.htm
Believe it or not but Dr. Seuss illustrated government publications during World War II.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Annual Report of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom
http://www.uscirf.gov/countries/publications/currentreport/2005annualRpt.pdf#page=1
Latest (2005) annual report from an independent government agency that advises Congress and the State Department on freedom of religion issues around the world. Not to be confused with the State Department's annual International Religious Freedom Report. Or the recent Supreme Court ruling that requires states that receive federal money must accommodate prisoners' religious beliefs, whether they are a witch, satanist, or racial separatist, with such things as special haircuts or meals, unless the government has a compelling reason not to.
(Last checked 05/31/05)

AnthroNotes
http://www.nmnh.si.edu/anthro/outreach/anthnote/anthback.html
Recent issues of AnthroNotes (Smithsonian Institution Museum of Natural History Publication for Educators) are available full text via the web in case you want to expand your electronic journal holdings.
(Last checked 05/04/05)

Asian Reflections on the American Landscape:
Identifying and Interpreting Asian Heritage
http://www.cr.nps.gov/crdi/publications/Asian%20Reflections.htm
This 2005 publication from the National Park service examines Asian cultural heritage found in the American built environment and its interpretation within NPS cultural resources programs. The publication is available in print and in PDF format.
(Last checked 04/19/05)

Base Realignment and Closure 2005 (BRAC)
http://www.defenselink.mil/brac/vol_I_parts_1_and_2.html
Here's the final list of recommended base closings for 2005. Senior Defense officials said June 1 that they hope to have all documentation used in the base realignment and closure process available to the public by June 4. Until then, the Pentagon has opened a secure room where lawmakers and staffers with security clearances could view the classified documents.
(Last checked 05/31/05)

Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids
http://bensguide.gpo.gov/
A portal to all the U.S. government web sites designed for children, k-12.
(Last checked 04/19/05)

Bo Vine
http://www.nichd.nih.gov/milk/kids/story.cfm
Hey Kids! My name's Bo Vine. And I am here to help you learn about why Milk Matters to your health. If you buy that, you might enjoy the games and coloring books on this site as well. Courtesy of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Census Bureau Factfinder Kids' Korner
http://factfinder.census.gov/home/en/kids/funfacts/funfacts.html
Learn about the Census Bureau, get fun facts about your state, and have fun with quiz questions.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Child Deaths in Michigan
http://www.michigan.gov/documents/FIA-Child-Death-Report-Fourth-Annual_109561_7.pdf
A report on the causes and trends of child deaths in Michigan based on findings from community-based Child Death Review Teams. With recommendations for policy and practice to prevent child deaths. Michigan Child Death Advisory Team Fourth Annual Report. Spring 2004. 174pp.
Third Annual Report, Fall 2002, 127pp., also available online.
(Last checked 05/31/05)

CIA's Homepage for Kids
https://www.cia.gov/cia/ciakids/govagency.shtml
Find out about the CIA's Canine Corps, aerial photography pigeons, games, and more. There are actually two web pages for kids, one for K-5 and one for 6-12, but not all the links worked when tried.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Coastie the Safety Dog Coloring Book
http://www.uscg.mil/news/Downloads/coloring_books/dog/getcoast.html
Courtesy of the U.S. Coast Guard.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Country Reports on Terrorism: 2004
http://www.state.gov/s/ct/rls/crt/
U.S. Department of State introduces new annual terrorism report minus statistics.
(Last checked 04/21/06)

Debt to the Penny and Who Holds It
http://www.publicdebt.treas.gov/opd/opdpdodt.htm
The Treasury Department’s calculation of the Public Debt to the penny.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Docs Prescriptions : the Newsletter for Ohio GODORT
http://www.wooster.edu/library/gov/ohgodort/docsrx/index.htm
Documents issues from an Ohio point of view. Includes online issues through number 61.
(Last checked 04/19/05)

"Duck and Cover" Featuring Bert the Turtle
http://usinfo.state.gov/journals/itps/0305/ijpe/duckncvr.htm
In 1950, Congress created the Civil Defense Administration, which in turn brought America public fallout shelters, the Emergency Broadcast System, food stockpiles -- and Bert the Turtle's "duck and cover." Also check out a very young Mia Farrow helping introduce the original public service campaign.
(Last checked 06/02/05)

Dynamite the Presidents
http://www.americaslibrary.gov/aa/game/rushmore_noflash.html
No, it's not a terrorist plot. Help Sculptor Gutzon Boglum dynamite the likenesses of four presidents on Mt. Rushmore by answering questions correctly. Warning: site requires flash player (4 or later) and generates the sound of dynamite if you answer correctly. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Energy Ant Kid's Page
http://www.eia.doe.gov/kids/
Lots of kid's activities courtesy of the U.S. Department of Energy, of course.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

FBI's For the Family Page
http://www.fbi.gov/fbikids.htm
Join us as we share the stories of our investigations from different places throughout the United States and the rest of the world. Follow a case from start to finish as it makes its way through the various units of the FBI laboratory. Join us to learn what one particular day in the life of an Agent in Washington, D.C. may be... Some pages are designed for K-5 and others for 6-12.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Federal Resources for Educational Excellence (FREE) : For Students and Teachers
http://wdcrobcolp01.ed.gov/cfapps/free/displaysubject.cfm?aud=1
An alphabetical listing of federal government web sites for students and teachers. Also provides a subject approach: arts, educational technology, health, language arts, mathematics, physical education, science, social studies, and vocational education, and a keyword approach.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

FEMA for Kids Page
http://www.fema.gov/kids/
Welcome to FEMA for Kids! I'm Herman, the spokescrab for the site. This site teaches you how to be prepared for disasters and prevent disaster damage. You can also learn what causes disasters, play games, read stories and become a Disaster Action Kid. And don't forget to learn about FEMA. A story about my search for a disaster-proof shell is great reading, too! Hey, parents and teachers -- we have resources for you! Parents & Teachers page has activities, curriculum and safety information you can use in the classroom or at home!
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Filibuster Web Page
http://www.senate.gov/reference/reference_index_subjects/Filibuster_vrd.htm
Using the filibuster to delay debate or block legislation has a long history. The term filibuster, from a Dutch word meaning "pirate," became popular in the United States during the 1850s when it was applied to efforts to hold the Senate floor in order to prevent action on a bill. Courtesy of the Senate Virtual Reference Desk.
(Last checked 06/02/05)

First.gov for Kids
http://www.kids.gov/
Welcome to the U.S. government interagency Kids' Portal. This site was developed and is maintained by the Federal Citizen Information Center. It provides links to Federal kids' sites along with some of the best kids' sites from other organizations all grouped by subject. Explore, learn, have fun and don't forget to add us to your favorites! Categories currently include: Arts, Careers, Computers, Fighting Crime, Fun Stuff, Geography, Global Village, Government, Health, History, Homework, Money, Music, Plants and Animals, Recreation, Safety, Science and Math, Space, State Sites, and Transportation.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Free Government Information
http://freegovinfo.info/blog/
The future of government information is in peril from many economic and political forces. Free Government Information was initiated by Jim A. Jacobs, James R. Jacobs, Shinjoung Yeo, three librarians at University of California San Diego, along with Daniel Cornwall, librarian at the Alaska State Library, in order to raise public awareness of the importance of government information and create a community with various stakeholders to facilitate an open and critical dialogue.
(Last checked 04/19/05)

Garfield Star Sleeper Web Page
http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/public/sleep/starslp/
Garfield and the National Center on Sleep Disorders Research have teamed up to bring you information on sleep and how it helps kids do their best at whatever they do.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

GATT Digital Library
http://gatt.stanford.edu/
Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources (SULAIR), and the World Trade Organization (WTO), today announce the public release of the GATT Digital Library. This online library, part of a cooperative effort between SULAIR and the WTO, provides access to documents of, and information about, the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), a treaty that preceded the WTO and which promoted international commerce and the reduction of trade barriers among its Contracting Parties from 1947-1994.
Built, hosted, and maintained by SULAIR, the GATT Digital Library is a unique collection of source material vital to the study of the economic, political and diplomatic history of the latter half of the 20th century. As such, it will be of interest to a broad range of communities, including scholars, non-governmental organizations, commercial entities, as well as national and intergovernmental agencies. Source: GOVDOC-L, April 19, 2005.
(Last checked 04/19/05)

Happy Earth Day Coloring and Activities Book
http://www.epa.gov/region5/publications/happy/happy.htm
One of our most popular publications for young children, this is an 11-page coloring book full of tips for making the Earth a better place. Download a printable copy and feel free to make as many copies as you'd like. Courtesy of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Hospital Compare
http://www.hospitalcompare.hhs.gov/
This tool provides you with information on how well the hospitals in your area care for all their adult patients with certain medical conditions. This information will help you compare the quality of care hospitals provide. Hospital Compare was created through the efforts of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and organizations that represent hospitals, doctors, employers, accrediting organizations, other Federal agencies and the public. Talk to your doctor about this information to help you, your family and your friends make your best hospital care decisions.
(Last checked 05/16/05)

Infant Safe Sleep :

Report of the 2004 Safe Sleep Work Group
http://www.michigan.gov/documents/Safe_Sleep_Report_Final_123380_7.pdf
A new report issued as part of 2005’s Month of the Young Child indicates that new guidelines for sleeping infants – if followed – will significantly reduce Michigan’s infant mortality rate. Michigan Department of Community Health, Division of Family and Community Health. Dec. 2004. 9pp.
(Last checked 05/31/05)

Insider Threat Security: Computer System Sabotage in Critical Infrastructure Sectors
http://www.secretservice.gov/ntac/its_report_050516.pdf
A new report from the Secret Service and the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute’s CERT found that most acts of insider sabotage on computer systems in critical infrastructure sectors were perpetrated by former employees--motivated at least in part by a desire to seek revenge--who were granted system administrator or privileged access when hired. U.S. Secret Service, National Threat Assessment Center, and Carnegie Mellon University. May 2005. 45pp.
(Last checked 05/31/05)

James Madison Papers Available Online
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/collections/madison_papers
On 25 March 2005, the Library of Congress announced that the James Madison Papers are available online at the American Memory web site. The archive contains approximately 12,000 items from 1723 to 1836 that document Madison's eventful life and legacies. The collection includes his student materials, correspondence from presidential years, and copies of Thomas Jefferson's papers as well.
(Last checked 04/19/05)

Kid's Castle
http://www.kidscastle.si.edu/
Smithsonian Magazine's Kids' Castle was constructed to be a safe, educational, free and fun place for kids ages 8-16 on the World Wide Web. Each section is hosted by a kid, for example, Amelia's Air & Space Page, Leon's History Page, Jacque's Worldwide Page, Georgia's Art Page, Robinson's Sports Page, Aron's Personalities Page, Jane's Animals Page, and Edison's Science Page. There are message boards filled with questions to get kids from all over the world talking to each other and thinking creatively. And, of course, Kids' Castle has lots of fun and challenging games and contests. And of course, older kids could try guessing who the kids hosting each section are named after before clicking on the links. Each section also features interesting articles culled from Smithsonian Magazine, such as "The Little Space Craft That Could, Tall Ships & Salty Dogs, the First City in the New World, Dream Weavers, Ping Pong Diplomacy, Tarzan the Eternal, The Tail of the Whale, and Chicken Skin Clothes. Short and interesting enough for adults!
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Map and Geographic Information Collections in Transition
PowerPoint Presentations
http://www.cuac.wustl.edu/newPage.htm
Thanks to the Cartographic User Advisory Council for making the PowerPoint presentations of the Map and Geographic Information Collections in Transition : a conference organized by the Cartographic Users Advisory Council, Mumford Room, Library of Congress; May 12-13, 2005, available.
(Last checked 06/02/05)

Michigan Official Transportation Map
http://www.michigan.gov/mdot/0,1607,7-151-9622_11033_11151---,00.html
The new 2005 Official State Transportation Map is now available in locations throughout Michigan. Produced by MDOT and widely distributed free of charge through Travel Michigan Welcome Centers and MDOT offices, the new edition includes several updates: M-6 in Grand Rapids is shown in its entirety; an extended southeast Michigan map includes all of Ann Arbor, Brighton and Howell; and enlarged text for state park information. There are fewer city maps - just five - but an additional 14 city maps can be viewed and downloaded for printing. The theme this year is MDOT's centennial anniversary.
(Last checked 05/31/05)

Michigan Task Force on Jail and Prison Overcrowding
http://www.michigan.gov/documents/report_119595_7.pdf
“Members of the task force have worked diligently reviewing the capacity concerns of the state’s prisons and jails and have developed strategies for a more effective and efficient utilization of jail and prison resources without compromising public safety,” Granholm said. “I appreciate their efforts and am anxious to review the task force’s solutions to Michigan’s incarceration issues.” April 21, 2005.
(Last checked 04/26/05

MyPyramid.gov
http://www.mypyramid.gov/
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has flipped the 13-year-old food pyramid on its side, adding a staircase for exercise and offering a dozen different models aimed at helping Americans trim their wastelines.
(Last checked 04/19/05)

NASA for Kids
http://kids.msfc.nasa.gov/
Provides links to activities, art, games, and stories for kids as well as a teacher's page.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

National CounterTerrorism Center: A Chronology of Significant International Terrorism for 2004
http://www.tkb.org/documents/Downloads/NCTC_Report.pdf
The NCTC originally compiled this chronology for the State Department report Patterns of Global Terrorism. However after the decision was made to no longer include statistics, this report was issued so that the information would not go to waste.
(Last checked 05/31/05)

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Kids Page
http://www.niehs.nih.gov/kids/home.htm
Brainteasers and riddles, coloring books, games and activities, sing-along songs, and other items of interest for kids.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

NGA Kids
http://www.nga.gov/kids/kids.htm
Where else can you zoom in for a close look at Ginevra de' Benci, the only portrait in America by Leonardo da Vinci? This web page has an animated musical adventure about Lizzy and Gordon visiting the Sculpture Garden, an Art Zone featuring interactive art adventures, and a section on Saint George and the Dragon by Rogier van der Weyden. Also provides an online calendar of activities for those planning a vist to the National Callery of Art.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

On the Trail of the Missing Ozone (Comic Book)
http://www.epa.gov/ozone/science/missoz/index.html
Produced by EPA's Region 9 Office in San Francisco, California, this comic book provides an introduction into why we need the ozone layer, the causes of ozone depletion, and some of the actions the world is taking to correct the problem. We hope you enjoy joining our intrepid reporter Farley on the trail of the missing ozone!
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Overseas Basing Commission Report
http://www.fas.org/irp/agency/dod/obc.pdf,br> Controversial report from the Commission on Review of the Overseas Military Facility Structure of the United States, May 2005, 262pp. The Pentagon ordered the document, which was critical of "the timing and synchronization of the global rebasing initiatives," removed from the Commission website because it revealed classified information. The Commission Chairman denied that any classified information was used and the report was posted by the Federation of American Scientists.
(Last checked 05/31/05)

Paleo Art
http://www.nmnh.si.edu/paleo/PaleoArt//
The Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History has opened a Paleo Art Web page featuring years of artwork from its collections ranging from a life-like painting of a triceratops to exquisitely detailed drawings of ancient mollusk shells. The site also includes a section discussing the techniques of paleontological illustration and a section on protecting and conserving art.
(Last checked 05/11/05)

Planet Protector's On-Line Coloring Book
http://www.epa.gov/epaoswer/osw/kids/color/index.htm
Do you like to color? Do you like to color on-line? Visit this page and you'll find a really awesome picture that you can color over and over again!
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Smokey's Coloring Book
http://www.fs.fed.us/r5/stanislaus/kidcenter/color.shtml
Coloring book includes Smokey's five rules for fire safety. That's Smokey the Bear. For more fun, see Smokey's Activity Sheets. Courtesy of the U.S. Forest Service, Stanislaus National Forest.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Sprocket Man (Comic Book)
http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/pubs/341.pdf
In case you can't find your paper copy, the Consumer Product Safety Commission has digitized this famous comic book, well, at least famous for government documents librarians.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Spy-Fi Archives
http://www.cia.gov/spy_fi/spy_fi_archive.html
James Bond, Maxwell Smart, and Illya Kuryakin were among the spy fiction characters that captured Americans' imaginations in the ‘60’s and let them dream of a life filled with intrigue and adventure. Among those caught up in the spy fiction craze was Danny Biederman, a Hollywood screenwriter, author, and consultant specializing in movie and TV spy fiction, who realized at an early age that collecting spy show memorabilia was safer than actually being a spy. The Central Intelligence Agency’s Fine Arts Commission hosted the first major exhibition of 400 props, photographs, and works of art from Biederman’s private collection of 4,000 items from August 10, 2000 through January 5, 2001. The Spy Fi Archives is an entertaining look at how Hollywood viewed intelligence work during the Cold War and beyond. Courtesy of the CIA!
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Staff in Postsecondary Institutions, Fall 2003,
and Salaries of Full-Time Instructional Faculty, 2003-04

http://nces.ed.gov/pubsearch/pubsinfo.asp?pubid=2005155
The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) has released a new report documenting that new faculty jobs in higher education went proportionately to adjuncts. The report also documents that the for-profit sector also holds a disproportionate share of the hiring. Based on information gathered during an annual survey of more than 6,500 colleges and universities that participate in the federal student-aid programs, the statistics show an increase in full-time faculty went up two percent while the increase for part-time faculty went up ten percent. The overall ratio of full-time to part-time faculty now nears 50 percent. Source: Bruce Craig, NCH Washington Update, Vol. 11, No. 25, June 2, 2005.
(Last checked 06/02/05)

UFO Collection from the CIA's Electronic Reading Room
http://www.foia.cia.gov/ufo.asp
This collection catalogues CIA information on UFOs from the 1940s through the early 1990s. Most of the documents concern CIA cables reporting unsubstantiated UFO sightings in the foreign press and intra-Agency memos about how the Agency handled public inquiries about UFO sightings. For the most recent CIA information on UFOs, see the article "CIA's Role in the Study of UFOs, 1947-90" at the Center for the Study of Intelligence website (http://www.odci.gov/csi). The article is located in On-line Publications under the "Studies in Intelligence" section, specifically semi-annual Edition #1, 1997.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Vince & Larry's Safety City
http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/kids/
Vince and Larry, NHTSA's crash test dummies, are your tour guides. Come along as we have fun visiting all of the hot spots around town. We'll learn lots of cool stuff, play some games and even see a movie. Just click on us anytime to return to our home page. Let's Go! Courtesy of the National Highway Safety Traffic Administration.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

Women in the Labor Force : A Data Book
http://www.bls.gov/cps/wlf-databook2005.htm
Courtesy of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2005.
(Last checked 06/02/05)

Woodsy Coloring Sheets
http://www.fs.fed.us/spf/woodsy/coloring.html
Courtesy of the U.S. Forest Service.
(Last checked 04/28/05)

World Factbook 2005
http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/index.html
Country information has been updated as of 21 April, 2005.

  • There have been some significant changes to the latest edition of The World Factbook. Recent confirmation that the United Kingdom Government administers the Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia on Cyprus as dependencies (and not as lease areas like the US Guantanamo Bay Naval Station in Cuba) has required a changing of their status and their addition to the Factbook as new entities. In addition, the European Union has been included as an "Other" entity at the end of the listing. The European Union continues to accrue more nation-like characteristics for itself and so a separate listing was deemed appropriate. A fuller explanation may be found under the European Union Preliminary statement.
  • Along with the new entities and the regular information updates, The World Factbook now also features six new fields. In the People category, a Major infectious diseases field has been added for countries deemed to pose a higher degree of risk for travelers. In the Economy category, entries have been added for Current account balance, Investment (gross fixed), Public debt, and Reserves of foreign exchange and gold. The Transnational issues category has a new Refugees and internally displaced persons entry.
  • Revision of some individual country maps, first introduced in the 2001 edition, is continued in this edition. Several regional maps have also been updated to reflect boundary changes and place name spelling changes.
    (Last checked 05/16/05)

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