Special Interest Groups

SCRLC Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are informal peer communities that come together to learn, commiserate, explore, inspire and network.


SIGs may be as simple as a listserv for posting messages or might include virtual or face-to-face meetings and workshops. They can exist for a brief period (to support a political action) or they may continue for many years.


Current Special Interest Groups include

  • Digitization - 
  • Distance Learning (D4L) - networking and education for librarians who provide instruction and services to students online
  • Healthcare - hospital and health-related library staff (Hosplib-L)
  • Information Literacy - a forum for teaching librarians to network and update their knowledge
  • Library Assistants - professional education and networking opportunities for library assistants, technicians, clerks, etc.
  • Nursing School Library - updates and communication for nursing school support librarians (Nursinglib-L)
  • Resource Sharing - Interlibrary Loan, document delivery, and access services staff (Resource-L)


Gatherings of the SIGs (whether online or in-person) are announced in the Weekly Newsletter, on the website, and through SCLRC's email lists.


If you have a question or an idea for creating a SIG, please email Jessica Philippe.

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