The Jewish Library Advocacy Kit was created to assist Judaic libraries as they educate their communities about the value of their services.
The Bibliography Bank was created to facilitate the sharing of bibliographies on Judaic topics among AJL members and the public at large.
AJL’s blog, “People of the Books,” offers updates on AJL news, member highlights, author interviews, and roundups of links to useful resources. The blog is the headquarters for the monthly online Jewish Book Carnival, and occasionally participates in online events such as blog tours or memes.
The Book of Life is a series of podcasts about Jewish books and authors.
Hasafran (The Librarian) is AJL’s online discussion list.
AJL provides links to members’ catalogs to facilitate copy cataloging.
AJL’s podcast offers audio of lectures, panel discussions, and author talks, recorded at AJL’s annual convention and at other regional AJL events. Listen on the AJL website or subscribe to the podcast via iTunes.
The AJL Valuesfinder is a searchable database that identifies quality Jewish children’s books.
The AJL wiki is your one-stop knowledge base for everything related to Judaica librarianship.
An index of reviews appearing in the AJL Newsletter and in AJL reviews has been compiled for the years 1978-2012.
Additional content is available to dues-paying members in the Member Resources section.