Maximize your company's visibility in the AASL community by taking advantage of a variety of advertising opportunities.
AASL National Conference Sponsorships
There is no alternative to stretch your marketing dollars further or last longer. The AASL sponsorship and recognition program is designed to highlight those vendor partners who support the work of the organization and the school librarians we serve. An AASL National Conference sponsorship will enhance attendees’ conference experience, and help underwrite AASL’s expenses, while increasing your company’s presence, networking opportunities, and impression with customers.
In addition to your company logo appearing on on-site signage and materials, conference sponsorship levels include opportunities to advertise through the conference program book, conference daily newsletter, mobile app, vendor programs, recorded webinars, Knowledge Quest vehicles, and so much more!
Knowledge Quest is the official publication of AASL. KQ 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.
The print edition of Knowledge Quest is published five times a year.
Knowledge Quest Website
The Knowledge Quest website serves as companion piece to the print publication. The KQ site is the vehicle for school librarians to transform learning. KQ offers breaking news, inspired blogs, and passionate conversations developing insightful professionals and stronger communities. AASL members, school librarians, and educators have made KQ their go-to site for all things school library and education related. New blog posts/news stories are posted daily.
School Library SmartBrief
School Library SmartBrief is a free news service that supplies insights and resources to school library professionals and community leaders. It also provides literacy best practices and professional learning and development information for school librarians and educators. It's distributed once a month. (AASL membership is not required to subscribe to School Library SmartBrief.)