Congratulations Schuyler!

May 22, 2013

At our Spring 2013, Schuyler Cook received the Clyde Award!


New issue of Docs Prescriptions is now available

May 9, 2013

The Spring 2013 issue of Docs Prescriptions is now available. Read it for great articles, news, and information about the May 17th Spring meeting at the State Library of Ohio. It’s available at:


I hope to see you all there!

Carol A. Singer


Spring Meeting: May 17, 2013

April 18, 2013

The Spring meeting is scheduled for May 17, 2013 at the State Library of Ohio.  Several GODORT of Ohio members will give presentations.

For further information, or to place your lunch order, please visit our Spring Meeting Page.

Congratulations Doreen!

November 9, 2012

At our Fall 2012 meeting, Doreen Hockenberry received the Clyde Award!


New Issue of Docs Prescriptions Now Available

November 6, 2012


The Fall 2012 issue of Docs Prescriptions is now available on the GODORT of Ohio blog at:






Fall Meeting: November 9, 2012

August 14, 2012

From our Chair:

This year’s Fall GODORT of Ohio meeting will be on Friday, November 9th at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.

Usually the morning portion of our meetings consists of a presentation.  This Fall for the first time in several years we are opening up the program portion of the meeting to GODORT of Ohio members.  This is your opportunity to present research, papers, posters, projects, calls for volunteers, or other material related to Government Information in Ohio and the United States.

If you would like to make a presentation please email Jeffrey Hartsell-Gundy ( with your topic and how long you need to present it.

Thanks, and we look forward to seeing what everyone has to offer.

Details will be posted on the Fall Meeting 2012 page as they become available.

Budget Cuts Affecting American Community Survey

May 17, 2012

SaraJean Petite of Case Western Reserve University School of Law has written a blog entry, Budget Cuts Affecting the American Community Survey.

The American Association of Law Libraries has started an advocacy page, “Help Save the American Community Survey” with instructions on action people can take to influence their senators.

If you have additional information you would like added to this blog post, please contact SaraJean Petite at


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