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TITLE: Association of Christian Librarians (ACL)
DESCRIPTION: "Established in 1957 at Nyack College, the Association of Christian Librarians (ACL) has grown to over 300 individual members. ACL's international membership includes persons from across the wide spectrum of denominations. Membership is open to Christians agreeing to Association's purposes and doctrinal statement who are involved in the practice or support of librarianship. Associate membership is open to any other Christians interested in the practice or support of librarianship." --ACL History. The site provides information about the organization, its membership, publications, annual conference, christian resources, and job announcements, etc.
KEYWORDS: library association, international, acl

TITLE: International Association of Music Libraries, Archives & Documentation Centres (IAML)
DESCRIPTION: "IAML is the professional association of music librarians. Its principal aims are: to encourage and promote the activities of music libraries, archives and documentation centres and to strengthen cooperation among institutions and individuals working in these fields to promote a better understanding of the cultural importance of music libraries, archives and documentation centres nationally and internationally to support and facilitate the realization of projects in music bibliography, music documentation and music library and information science at national and international levels to promote the availability of all publications and documents relating to music, including international exchange and lending to support the development of international and national standards for cataloguing, preservation and availability of music materials to promote professional education and training to further the bibliographic control of music collections of all kinds to support the protection and preservation of musical documents of all periods. IAML draws most of its membership from Europe and North America. It is also well represented in Australia, New Zealand and Japan, less well so in other parts of Asia, in Latin America and Africa. Extending its coverage to these parts of the world is an important goal for the Association."--Supplied by Massimo Gentili-Tedeschi.
KEYWORDS: library association, international, music

TITLE: International Association of School Librarianship (IASL)
DESCRIPTION: Provide an international forum for people interested in promoting effective school library media programmes as viable instruments in the educational process. Membership is worldwide, and includes school librarians, teachers, librarians, library advisers, consultants, educational administrators, and others who are responsible for library and information services in schools. Includes information about the Association, links to IASL Newsletter, Journal: School Libraries Worldwide, The Annual Conferences, Committees and Projects, IASL-LINK: The Association's Listserv, Publications, and Links to School Library Resources on the Internet.
KEYWORDS: library association, international, school libraries

TITLE: International Association of Technological University Libraries (IATUL)
DESCRIPTION: "A voluntary international non-governmental organisation of a group of libraries, represented by their library directors or university managers who have responsability for information services and resource management."--What is IATUL?
KEYWORDS: library association, international, technology university libraries

TITLE: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLANET)
DESCRIPTION: A worldwide, independent organization created to provide librarians around the world with a forum for exchanging ideas, promoting international cooperation, research and development in all fields of library activity. Contents: General IFLA Information, Conference Information, Publications, IFLANET Electronic Information Services, IFLANET Administration and Contact Information, etc.
KEYWORDS: library association, international



Chinese American Librarians Association
DESCRIPTION: Description: Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA) started in 1973 as Mid-West Chinese American Librarians Association, a regional organization in Illinois. A year later, Chinese Librarians Association was formed in California in 1974. In 1976, Mid-West Chinese American Librarians Association was expanded to a national organization as Chinese American Librarians Association. By 1979, CALA had five chapters in Northeast,Mid-West, Atlantic, Southwest and California respectively. Chinese American Librarians Association and Chinese Librarians Association were merged in 1983. The merged organization retains CALA's English name and Chinese
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KEYWORDS: Chinese, American, librarian, association
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