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Resource Library

Various resources, such as documents and links to external documents, are available on the OEA.gov website by accessing the Resource Library. There are two types of views to choose from when navigating through the Resource Library: Library Explorer and Library List. Both views display the folders, subfolders, and documents stored in the Resource Library, however, the content is presented in two different formats to allow you choose the format that you most prefer. The views are accessible by hovering your pointer over the Resource Library menu in the top navigation bar and clicking on either the Library Explorer sub-menu or the Library List sub-menu.

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Library Explorer

The Library Explorer view of the Resource Library provides a directory tree, graphical user interface for accessing resources, displaying a folder navigation pane on the left and the documents contained within a selected folder on the right. To navigate through the directory tree and drill down into folders/subfolders to locate documents, click on the ‘+’ icon to expand folders and view its sub-folders or on the ‘-‘ icon to collapse folders and hide its sub-folders.

Resource Library Explorer View - Expand Collapse

To view the description of a folder, hover your pointer over the folder name in the left folder navigation pane. After a few seconds, the description of the applicable folder will display in a tooltip box.

Resource Library Explorer View - Folder Description

To view documents or links within a folder, click on the folder you wish to view in the left folder navigation pane. Documents and/or links within your selected folder are displayed in the right pane.

Resource Library Explorer View - Display Documents

To view the description and details about a document, click on the document icon. To open and view a document, click on the Document Title link. To download a document to your computer, click on the Download link.

Resource Library Explorer View - Download

Library List

The Library List view of the Resource Library displays documents and subfolders in a table structure format. In the Subfolders section, totals for subfolders and documents contained within each subfolder are displayed to the right of each subfolder title.

Resource Library List View - Subfolders

If it exists, the description of a subfolder is displayed underneath the subfolder title.

Resource Library List View - Folder Description

To drill down into a subfolder and view documents and the subfolders within it, click on the subfolder title link for the subfolder you wish to view.

Resource Library ListView - View Subfolder

To view the description and details about a document, click on the document icon. To open and view a document, click on the Document Title link. To download a document to your computer, click on the Download link.

Resource Library List View - Download

Through the breadcrumb trail at the top of the page, you can see how deep you are within the folder/subfolder structure. To traverse back to a parent folder, click on the folder title link in the breadcrumb trail for the folder you wish to navigate back to.

Resource Library List View - Breadcrumb Trail

Acronyms

The Acronyms sub-menu under the Resource Library displays a glossary of acronyms. To access the acronym glossary, hover your pointer over the Resource Library menu in the top navigation bar and click on the Acronyms sub-menu.

Resource Library - Acronyms Submenu

To refine and expedite your search within the acronyms list, click on a letter provided at the top of the Acronyms page and quickly navigate to the acronyms starting with the selected letter.

Resource Library - Acronymns

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