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- InfoEthics - - Ethical codes, case studies and resources, for librarians and information professionals.
- Infolibrarian.com - - Covers list of forthcoming training programs, workshops, conferences, and seminars. Provides a variety of useful resources for library professionals.
- Libraries FAQ - - A collection of basic information regarding libraries and librarianship, and an introductory guide to library resources on the Internet.
- Library and Information Studies Resources - - Offers overview of library and information studies resources on the Internet with lists of electronic journals and newsletters, and electronic texts, subject guides, and links.
- Library Juice - - Archived e-zine for librarians, library and information science students which included discussions, commentary, announcements, humor, web links and news affecting the library world.
- Libr.org - - Hosts a variety of library and library science related sites.
- LISWiki - - A free and open library and information science encyclopedia. Built using the Wiki software, meaning that anyone can contribute.
- Planning and Building Libraries - - Information and resources for architects, librarians, design consultants, and students interested in planning and building libraries.
- Public Library Networking Focus - - Contributes to strategic, policy-making, awareness raising and development activities in public library networking and lifelong learning. Has projects, resources, publications, and presentations.
- SLA Ontario - Librarians' Resource Center - - A selective collection of resources compiled to facilitate information search and retrieval. Organized into reference sources, subject-specific resources, and professional development.
- WebJunction - - An online community where library staff meet to share ideas, solve problems, take online courses, and have fun.
- Those Darned Users! - - Article by Jessamyn West explaining how to serve library users without sacrificing safety, privacy, or sanity. (September 2, 2004)