ALA Acronyms. (Conference)

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ALA Acronyms. (Conference)


ALA/CLA Annual Conferance Toronto, Canada

AA-Affiliate Assembly (AASL)

AACR-Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules

AAM-Asian & African Materials (ALCTS)

AAMES-Aaian, African & Middle Eastern Section (ACRL)

AAP-Assn. of American Publishers

AASL-American Assn. of School Librarians

AAUP-Assn. of American University Presses (AASL, PLA)

ACA-American Correctional Assn.

ACRL-Assn. of College & Research Libraries

AECT-Assn. for Educational Communications & Technology

AFAS-African American Studies Librarians Section (ACRL)

AFL/CIO-American Federation of Labor/Congress of Industrial Organizations

AIA-American Institute of Architects

AILA-American Indian Library Assn.

AL-American Libraries

ALA-American Library Assn.

ALAD-Academic Librarians Assisting the Disabled Discussion Group (ASCLA)

ALCTS-Assn. for Library Collections & Tech. Services

ALISE-Assn. for Library & Information Science Education

ALSC-Assn. for Library Service to Children

ALTA-Assn. for Library Trustees and Advocates

ANSS-Anthropology & Sociology Section (ACRL)

APLA-Asian/Pacific American Libraries Assn.

ARL-Assn. of Research Libraries

ARTS-Arts Section (ACRL)

AS-Acquisitions Section (ALCTS)

ASC-Activity Sections Council (ACRL)

ASCA-American School Counselors Assn.

ASCLA-Assn. of Specialized & Cooperative Library Agencies

BARC-Budget Analysis and Review Committee

BCALA-Black Caucus of ALA

BES-Buildings & Equipment Section (LAMA)

BRASS-Business Reference & Services Section (RUSA)

CBC-Children's Book Council

C&RL-College & Research Libraries

C&RL News-College & Research Libraries News

CC:DA-Committee on Cataloging: Description & Access (ALCTS-CCS)

CCS-Cataloging & Classification Section (ALCTS)

CALA-Chinese American Libraries Assn.

CJCLS-Community & Junior College Libraries Section (ACRL)

CLENERT-Continuing Library Education Network & Exchange Round Table

CLIR-Council on Library and Info. Resources

CLS-College Libraries Section (ACRL)

CMDS-Collection Management & Development Section (ALCTS)

COA-Committee on Accreditation

CODES-Collection Development & Evaluation Section (RUSA)

COE-Committee on Education

COLT-Council on Library/Media Technicians

COO-Committee on Organization

CORS-Committee on Research & Statistics

COSLA-Chief Officers of State Library Agencies

COSWL-Committee on the Status of Woman in Librarianship

CPU-Central Production Unit (ALA Publishing)

CRC-Chapter Relations Committee

CRG-Council of Regional Groups (ALCTS)

CRL-Center for Research Libraries

CSO-Conference Services Office

CSO PROMO-Promotions Dept.

CUAC-Cartographic Users Advisory Council

DEU-Duplicates Exchange Union (ALCTS)

DLS-Distance Learning Section (ACRL)

DPR-Directions & Program Review

DTTP-Documents to the People (GODORT)

EBSS-Education & Behavioral Sciences Section (ACRL)

EIC-Education Information Center (PLA)

ELMSS-Educators of Library Media Specialists Section (AASL)

EMC-Education Media Council

EMIERT-Ethnic Materials & Information Exchange Round Table

ERT-Exhibits Round Table

ETF-Education Task force (GODORT)

F&A-Finance & Audit Committee (ALA)

FAFLRT-Federal and Armed Forces Libraries Round Table

FDTF-Federal Documents Task Force (GODORT)

FID-Intl. Federation for Documentation

FOLUSA-Friends of Libraries USA

FRFDS-Fund Raising & Financial Development Section (LAMA)

FTRF-Freedom to Read Foundation

GLBTRT-Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered Round Table

GODORT-Government Documents Round Table

GOV-Governance

HRDR-Office for Human Resources Development and Recruitment

HRS-Human Resources Section (LAMA)

HS-History Section (RUSA)

ICAN-Interlibrary Cooperation & Networking (ASCLA)

ICC-Issues and Concerns Cluster (PLA)

IDTF-Intl. …

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