About NJASL

The New Jersey Association of School Librarians  advocates for high standards for librarianship and library media programs in the public, private and parochial schools, in the State of New Jersey, to ensure that students and staff become effective users of information.

The Association fosters excellence in the school library media program by providing school librarians/media specialists with educational opportunities and current information through mentoring, online and print publications, workshops, and conferences.

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “About NJASL

  1. How do you get into the members only section of the website? I tried the log in under Meta, but the information that used to work to get me into Battle of the Books, no longer seems to work.
    Also, while I understand that you can’t give the Battle of the Books questions away, why must the current reading list be hidden from public view? I think it looks bad for NJASL that the list available to anyone who cannot log in is last year’s list. I know that Tricia has asked that it bemoved to the public section.

  2. Lillian
    You can log on on the njasl.org homepage. That’s the log-on that will enable to access the whole website.

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