The Analytical Sciences Digital Library is the result of many managers, editors, and reviewers working together to identify and annotate the best web resources in the area of analytical sciences. This group works hard and plays hard developing the content in the ASDL peer-reviewed collection
Web sites are identified by ASDL associate editors, and sent for review. The ASDL is fortunate to have associate editors with expertise is all areas of analytical chemistry. Editors choose their reviewers, who in turn make recommendations and comments on the sites. Once reviewed the associate editor determines whether the site should be accepted into the collection.
Other venues that have developed as a result of the ASDL collection are:
JASDL – The online Journal of the ASDL, which is managed by Mike Samide.
The ASDL online community – This site features the ability to create a blog or join other groups that are part of the ASDL. It also has several online publishing tools that analytical scientists can use for online texts and collaborations with others.
ASDL Active Learning Materials – These materials have been developed with funding from the NSF-CCLI program and are currently under review for eventual inclusion in JASDL.