The MLA International Bibliography in Academic Libraries Discussion Group (MLAIB) is a committee of the Association of College and Research Libraries, which is a Division of the American Library Association. The MLAIB meets twice a year, at the Midwinter and Summer American Library Association Conferences. The function of the MLAIB is “to further communication regarding the use of the MLA International Bibliography in academic libraries through discussion of issues related to:

1. The structure and terminology of the Bibliography
2. The accessibility of print and electronic versions of the Bibliography
3. The subject coverage of the Bibliography, and
4. Users’ manuals and bibliographic instruction designed for the Bibliography.”

The MLAIB has a close working relationship with staff who produce the Bibliography. For staff contact information, click here.

The MLAIB DG page was originally created by Scott Stebelman, previously maintained by Faye Christenberry, and is now maintained by Dawn Childress. Please submit your comments and suggestions here.