Who We Are
The Nassau County Library Association is one of the largest active Library
groups in the United States and your link to nearly 1,000 colleagues with
whom you can share your ideas and work with to improve the status of libraries
and library-related professions at the local level. Since 1934, the NCLA has been working to promote librarianship and expand awareness of libraries.
Constitution and Bylaws
Looking for a Library Job?
Mentor Application Form
Upcoming NCLA Executive Board Meetings
Thinking of attending BookExpo America?
A discount is available through NCLA!
Intellectual Freedom Commitee
Nassau County Library Association
FREEDOM TO READ
ESSAY AND ART CONTEST
February 4 - March 29, 2013
The Contest this year gives you the opportunity to answer the following question:
Who is Your Favorite Character
from a Story and Why?
Click here for the full details/registration form (PDF)
NCLA E-mail Discussion Group
NCLA has an e-mail discussion group designed to facilitate
communication between NCLA colleagues throughout Nassau County. Use this
tool to ask a question, advertise a program, post a job opening, or share
any library-related information that may be of use to other NCLA members.
To subscribe to the NCLA e-mail discussion group, please visit http://groups.google.com/a/nassaulibrary.org/group/ncla. If you do not have a Google account, click "Sign in with..." and then click the "SIGN UP" button.
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