The New England News Libraries Association (NENLA) is an informal group of news librarians and those people interested in news librarianship in New England.
To get involved in NENLA, join the NENLA e-mail discussion list.
Read about past meetings in News Library News:
"New England News Librarians Meet in Providence" (Fall 2002)
Linda Henderson at the Providence Journal in Providence, Rhode Island, hosted the meeting. She demonstrated her new microfilm reader/printer and her Merlin archive. NENLA discussed a number of things, including how to handle inquiries from the public.
"New England librarians discuss copyright and analytic journalism" (Fall 2001)
The Christian Science Monitor hosted this meeting. The focus of the discussion was on copyright law and changes because of the lawsuit brought by Jonathan Tasini and other freelancer writers. NENLA also toured the Monitor's library.
"Regional Workshop Reinforces the Benefits of Networking" (November 1993)
NENLA gathered to talk about managing newspaper libraries, including setting priorities, handling eletronic resources, and personnel issues.
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Last Updated: 03/5/2003