One of the best places to learn more about special libraries is via their associations.
- American Association of Law
- American Society for Information
Science & Technology (ASIST)
- Art Libraries Society of North
- Association for Information and
Image Management (AIIM)
- Medical Library Association
- Music Library Association (MLA)
- National Association of Government
Archives and Records Administrators
- Special Libraries Association
In addition, you may want to check out these resources.
- Dority, G. K. (2016). Chapter 4, “Nontraditional LIS Career Paths,” Rethinking Information Work: A Career Guide for Librarians and Other Information Professionals, 2d ed. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Libraries Unlimited. Available as an ebook through King Library.
- Lawson, J., J. Kroll, and K. Kowatch (2010). The New Information Professional: Your Guide to Careers in the Digital Age. NY: Neal-Schuman.
- Matarazzo, James M. and Toby Pearlstein, with the assistance of Sylvia James. Special Libraries: A Survival Guide. Libraries Unlimited, 2013. 167p. ISBN1610692670.
- Shumaker, David. The Embedded Librarian: Innovative Strategies for Taking Knowledge Where It’s Needed. Information Today, 2012. 240p. ISBN 1573874526.