1 DttP 1 (1972-1973)

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documents to the people

LIBRA  1Y STLUDIES
      LV I     r-,_7Volume 1, Number I of a newsletter

    MAY 2 4 1978                      Issued by the ALA's
                                      Government Documents Round Table
                                      September 1972


GDRT PROJECTS


TABLE OF CONTENTS


1)  Project Personal Contact
    Object:
    To get government documents listed
in Monthly Catalog, Government Reports
Announcements, Monthly Checklist of
State Documents, etc.
    Method:
    Personal visits to federal agency
regional offices & field offices, state
agencies & local agencies, etc., to urge
them to send their material to the list-
ing agencies.  If you can't visit-write.
Send copies to the agency's director,
public affairs officer, librarian and to
GPO, LC, NTIS, and your Congressman.

2)  Cataloging in Publication &
      Government Documents
    Object:
    Convince government agencies and
GPO to participate in CIP.
    Method:
    Personal visits and letters to
government agencies. Letters of
support for the project to LC, GPO and
your Congressmen.


Coordinator's Report --------- p.4-7


Directory of Documents
Librarians ----------------


p. 19


FLIRT Officers ---------------p. 3

GDRT Officers --------------- p.2,3

GDRT Projects ---------------- p.

New England Documents Task
Group   -------------------- p.15-17

Pentagon Papers ------------ p. 4

Proposal to the Intellectual Freedom
Committee concerning government
documents/depository library system
program  for review by the IFC at the
annual  conference, June 1972,
Recommendations to IFC  ---- p.17,18


Task Force Reports ---------


p.8-15


     (For the best effect everyone
should attempt to make the visit in
October)



PURPOSE:  The purposes of the Government Documents Round Table are: a) to
provide a forum for discussion of problems, concerns, and for exchange of
ideas by librarians working with government documents; b) to provide a force
for initiating and supporting programs to increase availability, use, and biblio-
graphic control of documents; c) to Increase communication between documents
librarians and other librarians; d) to contribute to the extension and improve-
ment of education and training of documents librarians.

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