Tom Adamich is founder of the GODORT GIC Committee. Connie Williams (Teacher Librarian, Petaluma High School) is one of the charter co-chairs of the GODORT GIC Committee.
The GIC website is created and maintained by members of the Government Documents Round Table [GODORT], the Government Information for Children [GIC] Committee, and ALA Emerging Leader Cohorts. We are a group of government documents librarians and K-12 school librarians who meet up and share the best information for students (of all ages) that comes from government sources. The project was originally conceived as a promotional tool for the value of government documents to K-12 students and teachers in addressing the requirement to integrate Constitution Day into public school curricula. We welcome new members ; please contact Tom Adamich at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to join us.
2015 ALA Emerging Leaders who contributed to this GODORT GIC project were:
The GODORT logo is used in the banner on this GODORT Committee site with the specific permission of GODORT, obtained in a meeting with the GODORT Website Administrator and the GODORT Archivist at the 2014 Annual Conference.
The image of "the child with blocks/student in chair/graduating student" on the right side of this site's banner was created in 2014 by the University of Central Florida Libraries' graphic artist specifically for this GODORT GIC site.