GODORT (Government Documents Round Table)

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The mission of the Government Documents Round Table (GODORT) is to (1) To provide a forum for discussion of problems, concerns, and for exchange of ideas by librarians working with government documents; (2) to provide a force for initiating and supporting programs to increase availability, use, and bibliographic control of documents; (3) to increase communication between documents librarians and other librarians; (4) to contribute to the extension and improvement of education and training of documents librarians.

Learn more about GODORT on the ALA website.

  • 1.  Notable Documents

    Posted Nov 17, 2023 08:47 AM

    [Posted on behalf of Emily Alford]

    Each year the ALA Government Documents Round Table selects what it considers to be the most "https://www.libraryjournal.com/story/rebuilding-and-rewriting-notable-government-documents-2021-22. Click or tap if you trust this link." data-linkindex="0">Notable Government Documents" published during the previous year by federal, state and local governments. This list is then published in Library Journal. We are currently accepting nominations for Notable Government Documents of 2023. Nominations will be accepted through Friday, 2/2. Please reach out to Emily Alford, alfordem@indiana.edu with any questions. Feel free to forward this call on to other librarians, educators or anyone at all! 

    https://www.ala.org/rt/godort/godortnotabledocumentnominationform. Click or tap if you trust this link." data-linkindex="1">https://www.ala.org/rt/godort/godortnotabledocumentnominationform 

    Richard Mikulski