on the Web
Now, when you need to find anyone or
anything in the library community, you can search the American Library
online! Including all the
information from the popular print directory, ALD
on the Web is a way to
bring your library search capabilities to a whole new level.
ALD is an acclaimed reference guide that provides librarians
and library users with the most complete, current, and easily
accessible information on libraries across North America.
You’ll find detailed profiles for more than 30,000 public,
academic, special, and government libraries and
library-related organizations in the U.S. and Canada—including
addresses, phone and fax numbers, e-mail addresses,
expenditures, holdings and special collections, key personnel,
special services, and more—more than 40 categories of library
information in all.
With ALD on the
Web you can:
Also, with several
different levels of registration, you can tailor your
subscription to fit your searching needs.
- Locate libraries, consortia, library
schools, colleagues, resources, and qualified prospects with
- Search by library type or location
to identify libraries and special collections
- Identify all libraries that meet
certain criteria — holdings, staff size, expenditures,
income, and more — with a single search
- Combine search categories to
meet the most complex and exhaustive library research