Welcome to SALIS!
(Substance Abuse Librarians &
Information Specialists) is an international association
of individuals and organizations with special interests
in the exchange and dissemination of alcohol, tobacco,
and other drug (ATOD) information.
Looking Forward, Looking Back:
Reflections on the Past and Planning for the Future
36th Annual SALIS Conference A Smashing Success!
New Brunswick, NJ, April 29-May 2, 2014
The program and other highlights from the 2014 SALIS conference, hosted by the Center for Alcohol Studies on April 29-May 2, 2014 in New Brunswick, NJ, are now available on our Past Conferences page. Highlights, photos, impressions of a first-timer, and more! Read all about it in a special, SALIS Conference edition of the CAS Library newsletter. SALIS Members can access the conference presentations from the Members Only portal.
Word about the host organization and location for the 37th Annual SALIS Conference, to be held in Spring 2015, should be coming soon. Maybe Canada? Stay tuned for updates!
SALIS Welcomes Members of Elisad!
After 25 years, Elisad -- SALIS's sister organization in Europe -- dissolved their organization earlier this year. The Elisad board worked with SALIS to transfer their members smoothly over to our organization, a truly enriching addition to SALIS as we are now more international than ever.
We'd like to offer a special shout-out to all our non-North American members, including those formerly in Elisad: Bryony Addis-Jones (United Kingdom), Vaughn Birbeck (Portugal), Federica Caselli (Italy), Charlotta Eskilson (Sweden), Beatrix Kovacs (Hungary), Mary Kumvaj (Australia), Johanne Longva (Norway), Mari Mäkinen (Finland), Isabelle Michot (France), Alessandra Liquori O'Neil (Italy), Sorin Oprea (Romania), Maria Palotai (Hungary), Angita Peterse (The Netherlands), Anne Pittet (Switzerland), Petroula Prassa (Greece), Eleni Roussou (Greece), Jane Shelling (Australia), Yaffa Tzubery (Israel), Juan Carlos Vega (Puerto Rico), Rebecca Walsh (UK), Marc Wauters (Belgium), Joseba Zalakain (Spain), Daniela Zardo (Italy).
Online Booksellers Benefit SALIS
SALIS has affiliations with three major online stores that sell books and other items: Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble.com and Hazelden. Through the affiliate program, SALIS receives a small commission on purchases made online -- books, videos, gifts or anything they sell -- if the shopping originates from a link on the SALIS website. It costs you nothing extra, but you must shop via the links on this website for your purchase to benefit SALIS.
||SALIS Outreach to Friends & Fans
Not a member? Read a free issue of SALIS News to see what you're missing! On Facebook, SALIS extends our outreach to the wider ATOD and Library communities. Our LinkedIn group gives SALIS members an informal place to connect with each other. Spread the word!
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