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6.1 What organizations can I join to network with fellow professionals?




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This article is from the Libraries FAQ, by Anthony Wilson paw@iglou.com with numerous contributions by others.

6.1 What organizations can I join to network with fellow professionals?

There is an excellent list of library organizations on the WWW at the
School of Library and Informantion Science at San Jose
StateUniversity: http://witloof.sjsu.edu/prof/colleagues.htm

Some prominent organizations are:

American Association of Law Libraries
http://www.aallnet.org/
Association of Jewish Libraries (AJL)
http://aleph.lib.ohio-state.edu/www/ajl.html
American Library Association (ALA)
http://www.ala.org
Association of Research Libraries (ARL)
http://arl.cni.org
American Society for Information Science (ASIS)
http://www.asis.org/
Canadian Association of Law Libraries
http://www.kingston.net/iknet/call/e-index.html
Canadian Association of Special Libraries and Information Services
http://199.247.148.81/caslis/index.html
Canadian Library Association (CLA)
http://www.cla.amlibs.ca/
International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA)
http://www.nlc-bnc.ca/ifla/
http://ifla.inist.fr/ (IFLANET European mirror)
Medical Libraries Association (MLA)
http://www.mlanet.org/
Music Library Association
http://www.musiclibraryassoc.org/contents.htm
Public Library Association (PLA)
http://pla.org
Reforma, The National Assoc. to Promote Library Services
To The Spanish Speaking
http://latino.sscnet.ucla.edu/library/reforma/index.htm
Special Library Association (SLA)
http://www.sla.org/

 

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