The St. Louis Regional Library Network (SLRLN) is a regional organization consisting of 66 libraries in Missouri and Illinois who share resources and training opportunities. You can learn more on our about page.
All Are Welcome Here
SLRLN is committed to fostering inclusivity, learning, and creating authentic experiences for all library communities and individuals. The network celebrates growth and is committed to promoting programs that encourage diversity, equity, access, justice, and inclusion. SLRLN recognizes it is at its best when all members contribute, regardless of race, religion, sexual preference, ethnicity, gender, ability, or age. As SLRLN continues to grow, all members are invited to share ideas on how to make this network stronger through an inclusive approach.
Membership in SLRLN is available to any library which agrees to the mission of the network. This includes, but is not limited to, public, community college, university, special, medical, and school libraries. Join us!
CO-OP Purchasing Program
In 1982, St. Louis Regional Library Network began cooperative purchasing with vendors to provide discounted rates for their members. Today, discounts are available from 21 vendors including Perma Bound, W.T. Cox, and Demco.
Info-Pass is a resource sharing program of the St. Louis Regional Library Network that began in 1979 with 35 libraries. It is open to any member who wishes to participate and currently has about 75 members. Join now!
Connect with other St. Louis Regional Library Network members by using Listserv to manage your opt-in email lists, including email newsletters, announcements, discussion groups, and email communities.