KYVL is a consortium of all library types, and the committee and work group structure of KYVL reflects these institutional affiliations. Keep reading for a brief overview of the KYVL constituencies.
The academic libraries of the Commonwealth participate in KYVL through one of four constituent groups.
AIKCU - The Association of Independent Kentucky Colleges and Universities
All 18 AIKCU member institutions participate in KYVL. Learn more about AIKCU at www.aikcu.org
KCTCS - The Kentucky Community & Technical College System
All 16 KCTCS colleges participate in KYVL. Learn more about KCTCS at www.kctcs.edu. KCTCS is a member of SAALCK (below), but due to its unique role in Kentucky higher education, is recognized as a separate constituency among KYVL members.
SAALCK - The State-Assisted Academic Library Council of Kentucky
Made up of the libraries of Kentucky's 8 public universities and KCTCS, all SAALCK institutions participate in KYVL. Learn more about SAALCK at www.saalck.org.
Nonaffiliated academic libraries
Other Kentucky academic libraries not affiliated with any of the groups already described also participate in KYVL. Membership includes four seminaries, a bible college, and four independent universities.
K12 public school districts
Kentucky has 173 county and independent public school districts, over 100 of which participate in KYVL. Click for a directory of Kentucky school districts.
K12 private schools
Some of Kentucky's private schools also participate as members of KYVL. More information on Kentucky's private schools is available from the Kentucky Non-Public School Commission.
Libraries that do not fall into the academic, K12 or public library categories are categorized as special libraries. Most of the special libraries participating in KYVL are associated with healthcare. Others are associated with the military or museums.
KASL - Kentucky Association of School Librarians, formerly KSMA
KDE LMC - Library media consultant for the Kentucky Department of Education
KSMA - Kentucky School Media Association, former name of KASL