Presidential Musings

A Lot Can Happen in a Year!

AASL, we’ve had a great year together! Thank you for giving me the opportunity to be your president. I danced into the year at Wanda K. Brown’s inaugural reception in Washington, DC, at the 2019 ALA Annual Conference, learned something… Read More ›

Taking Your Turn

The AASL chapters (formerly known as affiliates) communicate concerns to the AASL Board through a structured process. This helps AASL stay informed of local developments that affect school libraries and learners. The board reviews the concerns and takes action on… Read More ›

I Love Projects!

I love projects! As president of AASL, I have the privilege of observing and participating in many projects. I love noticing what makes them successful. I believe the use of process is an essential ingredient for achieving a project’s end… Read More ›

Find Your AASL

Think of it: the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) has more than 7,000 members. At 7,000+ strong, AASL is the third largest division in the American Library Association (ALA). This is significant because: We are a mighty force for… Read More ›