FOCLIS is a nondenominational organization of people involved in the library and information profession who are committed to the Christian faith and seek to reflect its principles in their personal and professional life.
Information about library associations, reviews of printed library resources, reviews of electronic library resources, software for church and school libraries, from Ellen Bosman at New Mexico State University Library.
Association open to church and school librarians.
A librarian with strong support is a successful librarian. Membership in NCLA links you to a broad network of librarians who actively seek inspiration and community. Membership offers you personal advice, printed materials, and online help to support and multiply your efforts. Get help setting up a new library, finding and keeping volunteers, starting a storytime or summer reading program, planning a budget, organizing and weeding a neglected collection, or computerizing your library.
Association which distributes many helpful pamphlets on library operation and promotion of the church and other small libraries.
CLABC is a nondenominational group whose members reside mainly in British Columbia but also across Canada and the Pacific Northwest. We provide a quarterly newsletter, annual conferences, and a church library automation discussion group.
Primarily for the academic librarian, though open to others by request.
Useful for finding catalog records.
Great movie reviews from a Christian perspective.
Information about LINC. as well as other church library links.
A free program from the Library of Congress National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS)
The Biblical Archaeology Society has a helpful book review section.
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