New England 
School Library Association
 Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut   

March Madness Membership Drive

Celebrate NESLA's 100 year anniversary

You can become a member or renew your membership through January 31, 2019 now for only $10 See all the detail here March Madness

March Only

    • 01 Mar 2018
    • (EST)
    • 31 Mar 2018
    • (EDT)

    New England School Library Association is celebrating 100 years! Join or renew your membership until January 31, 2019 during the month of March for only $10. Your name will also be added into a lottery drawing for $50 and free registration for the 100th Fall Anniversary Conference.


The purpose of the New England School Library Association (NESLA) shall be to promote the professional development of school librarians and enhance school library programs in New England.

The mission of the New England School Library Association (NESLA) is to educate and to foster communication and collaboration among the members of the school library associations within the six New England States as well as other regional and national educational organizations that benefit student learning. NESLA leverages the power of New England school library associations through opportunities to connect, communicate, consult and collaborate at regional and national levels.

The New England School Library Association (NESLA) is an affiliate of the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) and the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT). 


Barbara Johnson, Vice-president of CASL, presented a session on Digital Badges at the AASL Conference in Phoenix, Arizona.  

AASL Conference Unveils New National Standards

All of the New England states had representation at AASL's National Conference in Phoenix. NESLA members presented as well as attended the unveiling of the new National Standards.  For more pictures of the conference, go to the NESLA facebook page, and feel free to add pictures from your state!

 Below is an excerpt from the AASL Standards page: 


IN THE STANDARDS remodeling process, the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) reviewed Common Beliefs from earlier AASL Standards and official AASL position statements. These documents, and feedback collected from more than 1,300 school librarians and stakeholders nationally, provided AASL with a clear expression of the qualities of well-prepared learners, effective school librarians, and dynamic school libraries. 

Please visit the AASL website for more information on the National Standards


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