Special Library Resources

American Association of Law Libraries - Information about the association, law librarianship, national chapters and committes, job postings, and more.

Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) - ARLIS/NA is a dynamic organization of over 1,000 individuals devoted to fostering excellence in art and design librarianship and image management.

Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship - This links to the quarterly periodical from the Science and Technology section of Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL). In addition to the current and archived issues, science and technology related webliographies are available.

Medical Library Association - The national organization for both institutions and individuals working in the health sciences information field, this site contains information about the organization and medical librarianship in general, career and networking sections, and links to organizational publications.

Special Libraries Association - News Division - This section of SLA focuses on librarians in the news media, such as at newspapers, magazines, and broadcast news settings. Their website talks about news librarianship and has links to job postings.

Music Library Association - The professional organization for music libraries in the United States, the MLA site has information about music librarianship, job postings, and chapter information.

Special Libraries Association - The site belonging to the worldwide Special Libraries Association (SLA) organization contains career services, chapter and division links, news items, and conference announcements. Salary survey results, details on how to join SLA, and news from the national office can also be found on this continually updated site.

Chapters of SLA - Here you can find chapters of the Special Libraries Association that range all over the country, as well as into Canada and outside of North America. Wherever you end up, you can be part of SLA!

  • SLA Hudson Valley Website - Special librarians working in the southern Hudson Valley and Connecticut comprise most members of the Hudson Valley chapter. The site contains links to the officers, scheduled events, meeting minutes, and additional chapter specific information.
  • Upstate New York Special Libraries- Capital District residents may choose to join or participate in this local SLA chapter. The Upstate NY chapter's web site advertises upcoming events, job opportunities and has its publications, chapter minutes, and information on how to join SLA online. The site is generally updated weekly.