Colorado Association of Libraries
12081 W. Alameda Pkwy #427, Lakewood, CO 80228
Phone 303/463-6400 ● Email: email@example.com
The Colorado Association of Libraries is pleased to work with publishers, vendors, authors,
consultants, and all those who offer services to the libraries and librarians of Colorado. I
would like to point out that advertising in our quarterly journal, Colorado Libraries, is a great
way to augment your visibility in Colorado!
2008 is the year of unique and unusual topics that will bring attention to the journal and
Colorado and I know that each of you will want to be part of this exciting new look at the
world of libraries.
The themes for the issues of 2008 (volume 34) reflect the professionalism and ingenuity of
the Colorado Library profession. Volume one is “Reinventing the Library Profession;”
volume two is “Special Collections;” volume three is “Successful, Unusual Programs;” and
volume four is “Community Stories.” Each of these themes focuses on the unique aspects
of the library world.
Also, in the upcoming year, there will be some exciting changes to the journal, including
peer-reviewed articles and a more professional layout. Colorado Libraries has been the
benchmark for the professional librarian in Colorado for years. Your advertisements will only
add to this reputation.
Colorado Libraries is sent to each member of CAL as well as to over 60 individual and
institutional subscribers, reaching over 1200 mailboxes each quarter. The CAL membership
includes many librarians and media specialists from special libraries, academic institutions,
large school districts, and large public libraries. Approximately one-third of the subscriptions
are institutional subscriptions to public, school, academic, and special libraries, reaching
numerous librarians and media specialists with one issue. In addition we have subscribers in
nearly every state and four foreign countries.
Remember, when you join CAL a