AASLForumhttp://www.ala.org/aasl/aboutaasl/aaslcommunity/communityinaasl/aasledisclist/aaslforumInformed discourse and lively debate advance AASL's mission to advocate excellence, facilitate change and develop leaders in the school library media field. The AASL Members Forum (AASLFORUM) -- a discussion list for AASL personal members-only -- affords the opportunity to participate in timely discussions of issues and new developments in school librarianship.
CataListhttp://www.lsoft.com/lists/listref.html If you want to find a listserv on a specific topic, this is a good place to start. It makes information available on over 70,000 public lists. List options include location of lists by country, size, subject and a search capacity. CHILDLIThttps://email.rutgers.edu/mailman/listinfo/child_litThis moderated listserv is hosted by Rutgers University. There are a little over 1,300 members. Membership is international and includes librarians, scholars, authors, and many others interested in children's literature. GNLib-Lhttp://www.angelfire.com/comics/gnlib Sign up by following the link "Quick Tips for using GNLib-L"Dedicated to discussion of graphic novels in libraries, the membership consists of librarians with a sprinkling of publishers and authors. The list has an owner, but is loosely moderated, if at all. This page also has a link to the archives. Many of the threads focus on requests for suggestions for graphic novel collections in public and school libraries so the archives can be a resource if you plan to start a graphic novels collection.
LM-NEThttp://lmnet.wordpress.com/subscribe/LM_NET on the Web is dedicated to school library media specialists worldwide, and to people involved with the school library media field. In addition to the international listerv, there is a LM_NET Wiki Annex where users can share files, images, lessons, handouts, rubrics, etc. Visit the Wiki at http://lmnet.wikispaces.com/. NYLINE (New York’s Libraries Information Network)http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/libdev/nyline.htm Join NYLINE for up-to-the-minute information about library developments in New York State, news from the New York Library Association, news from the New York State Library, and networking with your colleagues.PUBYAChttp://www.pubyac.org/A moderated list with a reasonable volume of e-mail, any topic applying to public service to youth is acceptable. Professional OrganizationsAmerican Library Associationhttp://www.ala.org American Association of School Librarianshttp://www.ala.org/aasl Association for Library Services to Childrenhttp://www.ala.org/alsc/Metropolitan New York Library Councilhttp://metro.org/New Jersey Association of School Librarianshttp://www.njasl.org/New York City School Librarians Associationemail: email@example.com http://nycsla.com http://twitter.com/nycslaNew York Library Association (NYLA)http://www.nyla.org/School Library Systems Association of New York Statehttp://www.slsa-nys.org/Young Adult Library Services Associationhttp://www.ala.org/ala/yalsa/yalsa.htm