The student papers issue of DttP: Documents to the People is designed to showcase the talents and interests of current library school students. Papers should focus on substantive issues in government information at all levels of government (local, state, federal, international) librarianship, including but not limited to:
contemporary or historical problems related to government information access, dissemination, or preservation;
challenges to providing reference and instructional services in public, academic, school, or government libraries;
bibliographic control of government information;
government efforts to promote and/or restrict access to information; and
development of specific government programs that promote access to information.
Papers must be nominated and forwarded by a faculty member.
Required length: 1,500–3,000 words.
Please see our style guidelines at http://www.ala.org/rt/sites/ala.org.rt/files/content/godortcommittees/godortpublications/Instructionsforauthors_rev2018.pdf
DttP is a professional journal. Class papers which do not conform to editorial guidelines should be reformatted to receive consideration, and may be required to make revisions. All papers must be submitted by August 1, 2020.
Selected papers will be printed in volume 48, issue 4 (Winter 2020).