Indiana University Librarians Association (InULA)

 

InULA was founded in the 1960's to enable librarians to work together to obtain faculty status. It continues now with two purposes: to promote excellence in library service and to provide opportunities for continuing education and professional development. InULA sponsors programs and workshops, publishes a newsletter, the InULA Notes, gives Research Incentive Grants to support the research of its members, awards a scholarship, and sponsors an annual National Library Week Book Sale. Most of the work of the organization is done by members working on committees.

For more information about the Association, see http://www.indiana.edu/~inula/

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