Library and Information Science Associations in the Best of the Web Directory

Library and Information Science Associations

  • ALA Allied Professional Association (ALA-APA)

    Includes current newsletter, awards, conference programs, certification news, board actions and related links.

  • ALISE

    Official site of the Association for Library and Information Science Education. Presents publications, job postings, and news related to ALISE.

  • Association of Independent Information Professionals

    International group of information business owners. Membership, resources, events updates, and contact details provided.

  • The Association of Jewish Libraries

    Promotes Jewish literacy through enhancement of libraries and library resources and through leadership for the profession and practitioners of Judaica librarianship.

  • Atmospheric Science Librarians International (ASLI)

    International professional association for atmospheric science librarians, institutions, and organizations engaged in atmospheric research.

  • COUNTER

    Global initiative created to track the online usage of networked electronic resources. Designed to serve librarians, publishers and educational intermediaries.

  • IADIS

    International Association for Development of the Information Society - a nonprofit association that promotes the collaboration of the information society.

  • IATUL

    International Association of Technological University Libraries. Facilitates forums for the exchange of ideas pertinent to librarianship in technological universities.

  • IFLANET

    Keep track with the projects and activities of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA). See the featured publications and electronic collections.

  • International Association of School Librarians (IASL)

    Gives membership and resources details, news, awards, and research links.

  • Internet Chinese Librarians Club

    Internet-based nonprofit organization facilitating discussions of librarianship issues among Chinese librarians.

  • North American Serials Interest Group

    Independent organization that promotes volunteerism, networking, and the respectful discourse among parties of scholarly communication.

  • Special Libraries Association

    International group representing the interests of information professionals from around the globe.

  • St. Paul's Parish

    Catholic religious community centered in the Eucharist, providing educational and spiritual development and ongoing support so that people, through their unique ministries, can in turn reach out to others.

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