The Statewide Library Electronic Doorway (SLED) was designed to support Alaskan's right to information. SLED provides easy subject access and links to various commercial databses, statewide services, adn stable, high-quality Web pages about Alaska and for Alaskans.
#800 Reference and ILL Assistance is a toll-free statewide service available to public and school librarians who need help answering reference questions and identifying library materials for interlibrary loan.
Linda Thibodeau, Director Libraries, Archives and Museums
Developing strong vibrant libraries in Alaska!
Library Development provides leadership, assistance and expertise to Alaska’s libraries, in support of a cooperative network of strong and vibrant libraries that serve Alaskans’ educational and cultural needs. (Revised November 2013)
Our mission is to provide all Alaskans with the benefits and opportunities that come hand in hand with high speed Internet. This includes areas such as e-government services, distance education opportunities and increased access to professional development.
Alaska Mail Services provides library access to those living in Alaskan communities without public libraries or in communities with libraries that do not receive state funding. To learn more about Alaska Mail Services contact staff by phone (907) 586-5379, fax (907) 586-5383 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A statewide membership organization that offers a conference, a listserve, a newsletter, a library directory and opportunities to network with your Alaskan peers.
Need multiple copies of a single title for a book discussion? Several libraries in Alaska offer Book Club in a Bag. Each bag contains 10 copies of a book, an author biography, discussion questions and book reviews. To identify available titles, search the Joint Library Catalog for keywords book club bag, then request a bag through ILL.