The Fall 1999 Ohio GODORT meeting will be held at the Hiram College Library in Hiram, Ohio. The focus of the morning programs will be state documents. Guest speakers will be Barbara Kussow, Audrey Hall, and Nicole Berendsen of the State Library of Ohio. They will be discussing the State Depository Program and its laws. Mary Prophet of Denison University will be describing the State Plan. Also, Coleen Parmer of Bowling Green State University will presenting some preliminary information from her recent research into State of Ohio departments and agencies. Registration and refreshments begin at 9:30 a.m. The meeting is free and open to any interested individuals. PLEASE RSVP TO Margaret Powell AT firstname.lastname@example.org OR (330)263-2279.
|9:30-10:00||Coffee and Refreshments|
Barbara Kussow, Audrey Hall, and Nicole Berendsen, State Library of Ohio
Ohio Documents Depository Program
Coleen Parmer, Bowling Green State University
A Fistful of Documents: Ohio's Fugitive Documents
Mary Prophet, Denison University
State Plan for Federal and State Depository Libraries in Ohio--Collection Development Section
|11:45-1:30||Lunch (Details Below)|
Visit the Hiram College Web Site for travel information.
Hiram is found at the crossroads of Routes 82, 700, and 305 in Northeastern Portage County.
From the Cleveland area: Take either I-271 or I-480 to Route 422 East (toward Solon). Follow 422 beyond where it becomes two lanes, to Route 700, and turn south (right). Hiram is only five miles down the road.
From the West: If you're heading east on I-80, take the Ravenna exit, then turn left onto Route 44. Go through Mantua (watch the speed limit!)to Route 82, and turn right. Hiram is about four miles.
From the South: Take either I-77 or I-71 to I-76 East. Continue to the Ravenna exit (Route 44), and turn north (right). Take Route 44 through Ravenna (there's a jog downtown), Shalersville and Mantua to Route 82. Turn right onto Route 82, and Hiram is about five miles.
Parking is free, but at a premium right now, because of construction of a new science building in front of the library. You can park anywhere on the street (except for Route 82). There is some parking behind the bank (now closed), and there is a small lot on Bancroft Street. You can also park in the lot at the Hiram Christian Church, or at the Gym, if you want some exercise. Those staying at the Inn have it easy, because there is a parking lot there reserved for guests.
Lunch will be on your own. A list of on and off campus possibilities will be available at the meeting.
Hiram Inn. Telephone. 1-888-447-2646 Still has six rooms available as of 10/28. They range from double rooms at $98 to "whirlpool" rooms at $139. For pictures, see http://18.104.22.168/www/hiraminn/index.shtml
Aurora Inn telephone 330-562-6121. About 9 miles west on Route 82.
Knights Inn 1-800-843-5644 Right off I-76.
Alden Inn 1-800-678-2003 On Route 43.
Days Inn is also in the vicinity 1-800-DAYS INN.
These would be approximately a half hour drive to Hiram.