Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Call for Submissions: Documents to the People (ALA Government Documents Roundtable)

Do you use government publications or data when answering business reference questions? Do you teach local business owners or business students how to use government information to grow their business? Do you use government information at all? If the answer is yes, consider submitting an article to Documents to the People!

The editors of DttP: Documents to the People, an official publication of ALA's Government Documents Roundtable, are soliciting submissions for upcoming issues. Submissions can be formatted as research articles, case studies, or informational articles; or as multiple author discussions of a topic, with shorter pieces representing different points of view. The editors are open to other formats as long as they fit the scope of DttP, which features articles on government information and its use.

Submissions received before June 20 will be considered for publication in our Fall 2015 issue.

For more information, consult DttP's Information for Authors at

Submissions or any questions can be directed to Lead Editor Elizabeth Psyck at<><>.

Elizabeth Psyck
Government Documents Librarian
Liaison to Political Science, International Relations, Geology, Geography, and Russian
Grand Valley State University Libraries
Tel: 616-331-8674