Alabama School Library Association
The American Association of School Librarians (AASL) will hold its annual membership meeting on May 31 at 6 pm central! Click HERE for more information.
The ASLA constitution and bylaws are up for revision at the summer conference. Click on the following links for proposed revisions:
Click HERE to see the nominating committee's slate for officer elections.
Looking for relevant, convenient PD opportunities? AASL webinars are free, easy, and open to ALL. Learn about author involvement, AASL Best Websites for Teaching and Learning, extending your e-book budget, the new national standards, and more! Visit the AASL website for more information!
Who we are.
Alabama School Library Association is a professional organization dedicated to the improvement of instruction through the utilization of media and technology. It provides a forum for school library media specialists, administrators, curriculum specialists, teachers, library media educators, graduate students, professional association leaders, and retired library media professionals to promote excellence in education in Alabama through effective school library media programs.
ASLA is the affiliate of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, the American Association of School Librarians, and the Alabama Education Association.
If you are interested in joining ASLA as a member, please visit the "JOIN ASLA" link at the top
As a member of ASLA, you will have access to relevant professional development for school library media specialists.
ASLA collaborates with the Alabama State Department of Education, Alabama Library Association (ALLA), and other professional organizations to bring webinars and other professional development for school librarians across the state.
ASLA hosts the following professional development opportunties:
ASLA Summer Conference! Monday, June 11, at Corner High School in Corner, AL! Onsite registration will be available.
Connections with other Alabama Librarians
Access to up-to-date professional development
Advocacy at state and national level