What is ALISS?

ALISS (Association of Librarians and Information Professionals in the Social Sciences) is a not-for- profit unincorporated professional society. It is an independent group which was formed in April 2005 by the former committee of ASSIGN (Aslib Social Science Information Group and Network).

Membership is open to:

  • Libraries/ information units in all sectors (government, commercial, voluntary sector, academic sector) associated with the social sciences.
  • Information workers/ librarians at all stages of their careers.

ALISS Xmas Special: Legal Deposit in the Digital Age, 16th December 2014- papers now available

Forthcoming events

Supporting Practitioners in Health and Social Care. – ALISS half day conference 11th February 2015

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2 thoughts on “What is ALISS?

  1. Dear Geraldine
    Thank you for your message
    Certainly it is possible for individuals working in any country to join ALISS
    We do already have some members in other European nations and in Australia,
    We feel that some topics such as information literacy and digital information are of relevance to all sectors regardless of their geographic location and we also welcome the perspective of others.
    Fees for our organisation are £15 for individual members which includes printed and online versions of our journal plus mailings and events. Our year runs October 2012/13
    I have sent you some information on recent activities which you might find useful.
    If you have any further queries or suggestions for future content do let us know
    Regards
    Heather

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