Tuesday, March 03, 2015

CFP: DttP: Documents to the People (Government Documents Round Table of ALA)

Do you work with government information in any format? Consider submitting an article to Documents to the People!

The editors of DttP: Documents to the People, the official publication of the Government Documents Round Table of ALA, are soliciting submissions for upcoming issues. DttP features articles on government information and government activities at local, state, national, and international, and intergovernmental levels, and documents the professional activities of GODORT. DttP is indexed in Library Literature beginning with volume 19, number 1, 1991; Worldwide Political Science Abstracts, beginning with volume 33, number 1, 2005 and selectively in PAIS beginning with volume 33, number 1, 2005.
Submissions can be formatted as research articles or case studies (in which case a length of 2500-3000 words is preferred) or as multiple author discussions of a topic, with shorter pieces representing different points of view. The editors are also open to other formats as long as they fit the scope of DttP.

For more information, consult DttP's Information for Authors at http://wikis.ala.org/godort/index.php/DttP_Information_for_Authors
Submissions and any questions can be directed to co-Lead Editors Elizabeth Psyck and Greg Curtis at dttp.editor@gmail.com.