The Association for Information Management
is to serve information professionals and librarians across all sectors. ASLIB supports members to enhance their own performance through the provision of comprehensive resources, specialist training, communities of practice , advice and international networking. ASLIB has a key focus on presenting essential reading and services for busy information professionals, translating research and policy for application. ASLIB provides expertise in information governance and management and the development of procedures and skills to steer organisations successfully in these areas.
"ASLIB's role in encouraging and promoting professionalism in the information sector is very important."
Thea Gibbs, 3i plc
"A great job keeping us informed and ensuring the lines of communication between policy makers and the community are good – keep it up!"
Mr Anthony Murphy (formerly Director, Copyright Directive, The Patent Office)
"ASLIB's input is important."
Chair of Committee, Government Department
"ASLIB's combination of a package of benefits, with the powerful networking opportunities offered by its very professional, but friendly and welcoming Communities of Practice, helps members improve their performance."
John Harrington, Information Services Manager, Cranfield University
"The participants could apply the theory to their organizations straightaway. The Trainer was very good. The course covered the right amount of material and overall worked well"
Jonathan Reece-Mills, Birmingham CSP, Information Sharing Group
"The reply to our request was prompt. The Trainer met our expectations absolutely. He chatted with all and encouraged discussion. I give the course director 5 out of 5."
Sinead O'Gorman, Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, Dublin
"The course was a great chance for colleagues to come together and share experiences and learning, and in a cost effective way. The trainer's structured approach and calm manner ensured we got the most out of the day, and staff training competencies have been enhanced as a result."
Diane Brodie, UK Trade and Investment