Advertising Opportunities

Maximize your company's visibility in the AASL community by taking advantage of a variety of advertising opportunities.*

Knowledge Quest

Published five times a year AASL's print journal, Knowledge Quest, is devoted to offering substantive information to assist building-level school librarians, supervisors, library educators and other decision makers concerned with the development of school library programs and services. Articles address the integration of theory and practice in school librarianship and new developments in education, learning theory and relevant disciplines.

School librarians in elementary and secondary schools read Knowledge Quest. These professionals are responsible for the selection, acquisition, cataloging, maintenance and circulation of books, periodicals, audiovisual materials and computer software and accompanying hardware. The readers of Knowledge Quest also provide reference service, reading guidance, instruction in information retrieval skills and access to the Internet and other electronic resources. They collaboratively plan instructional units with teachers in elementary and secondary public and nonpublic schools.

Price: The Knowledge Quest Media Kit pdf icon is available onlinepdf icon Please contact one of our advertising representatives below for more information about advertising in Knowledge Quest.

Doug Lewis email icon
Jordan Gareth, Inc.
Phone: 770-333-1281

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AASL Hotlinks

AASL Hotlinks is the monthly e-mail newsletter of the American Association of School Librarians (AASL). This newsletter is sent to AASL members with valid e-mail addresses on file in the ALA member database (currently over 75% of our members). Additional "pass along" distribution occurs through our members, who are encouraged to share each issue with colleagues and administrators in their school and district, and AASL's state and regional affiliate organizations, which can redistribute the newsletter to their own members.

AASL Hotlinks is composed of brief summaries with links to more in-depth content, and includes previews of upcoming association activities and continuing education programs, news from AASL, valuable Web resources, highlights of new products and services, summaries of new articles from AASL's print and online journals and more.

Ads can be images or text. Each issue of AASL Hotlinks may include five or more separate ads.  Please see the AASL Hotlinks Media Kit pdf icon  for prices and guidelines. Please contact Doug Lewis email icon 770-333-1281 for more information about advertising in AASL Hotlinks.

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AASL Advocate Daily Conference Newspaper

AASL and CustomNEWS once again collaborated to publish the AASL Advocate, the official daily newspaper of the AASL National Conference & Exhibition. Three issues of the AASL Advocate were produced and made available on-site during the AASL 15th National Conference & Exhibition, October 27-30, 2011 in Minneapolis, Minn., as well as a preview issue that was distributed to over 9,000 school library professionals in July of 2011.

Here's a look at the AASL Advocate from Minneapolis:

Enhance your presence at the conference by advertising in the AASL Advocate. Each issue will be available to attendees at the beginning of the day, giving readers timely information on important conference, exhibit and local events and attractions. It's a great way to increase booth traffic, promote new products and services and inform attendees about events and demonstrations your company plans to host.

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AASL National Conference Program Book

Reserve advertising space in the official program book pdf icon of the AASL 16th National Conference in Hartford, CT. The program book is the one item you can be sure attendees will carry with them each day. The program book is posted to the conference website and all attendees with full conference and one day registration receive a printed copy of the program book onsite.

  • View the official program book pdf icon from AASL’s 15th National Conference & Exhibition in Minneapolis.

  • Complete the program book advertising form to reserve your space

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*Please note: Advertising in AASL publications does not count toward AASL Alliance special recognition levels.