London EC3A 7PB UK
Tel: +44 0 20 7903 0000
Fax: +44 0 20 7903 0011
Founded in 1924, ASLIB is a corporate membership organisation with over 2,000 members in some seventy countries. ASLIB actively promotes best practice in the management of information resources, represents its members and lobbies on all aspects of the management of and legislation concerning information at local, national and international levels.
Association of Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA International)
4200 Somerset Dr., Suite 215
Prairie Village, KS
Tel: +1 800 422-2762 / +1 913 341 3808
Fax: +1 913 341 3742
The Association of Record Managers and Administrators (ARMA International) is a not-for-profit association of over 10,000 information professionals in the United states, Canada and over 30 other nations. Among other positions, ARMA International members are employed as records and information managers, Managing Information Systems and Automated Data Processing professionals, imaging specialists, archivists, hospital administrators, legal administrators, librarians and educators.
The ARMA website also includes links to other professional associations involved with record keeping and includes an extensive ‘bookstore’ with a wide range of advice and information, from introductory to expert. Prices for publications vary and there are significant discounts for ARMA members. The bookshop lists are accessible at http://commerce.shreve.net/armahqstorem/
Australian Society of Archivists Inc.
PO Box 83
The Australian Society of Archivists (ASA) is the professional body for archivists in Australia. It was formed in 1975 in response to the growing number of archivists in Australia and to the increasing demand for archival skills. The Society is administered on a national basis by an elected Council, Branches and Special Interest Groups are active in the states and territories.
The Australian Society of Archivists aims to
promote a professional identity amongst archivists
promote the keeping care and use of archives and encourage research and development in all areas of archival practice