We invite you to contribute to ASDL. Members of the analytical sciences community can help improve ASDL by contributing to the collection or supporting ASDL activities described below.
Submit a Site. If you know of a great resource that is not in ASDL, look at our Submit a Site feature that will forward your site to an ASDL editor who will submit it for peer review.
Publish in JASDL. Contributions are welcome to the online Journal of the Analytical Sciences Digital Library (JASDL) in the categories of Courseware, Labware, Educational Practices, and Undergraduate Research. Please contact Alex Scheeline, if you are interested in submitting an article.
Submit a Poster. Are you a student (or a mentor of a student) who is giving a poster presentation on your research? Why not share your poster with the world by submitting it to the ASDL Online Poster Session. You might even win a cash award!
Become a member of the ASDL Community. Let others know you are a member of the ASDL Community by joining the ASDLib community. This site allows members of the ASDL community to identify with colleagues having similar interests to stimulate research or teaching collaborations or be considered as a potential reviewer for manuscripts, proposals or tenure packages. It also lets us contact you about major ASDL events like updates to our website and where to find us at scientific meetings like Pittcon.
Volunteer as a Reviewer. As an ASDL user you probably value the fact that our resources have all passed peer-review by analytical science experts. This peer-review requires a cadre of volunteers who give their time as reviewers of ASDL content. It‚Äôs easy to become a reviewer, just email a member of the ASDL editorial team.
Become a Regular or Student Member of the ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry. It‚Äôs easy to join our partner organization, the ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry. For ACS members the cost is just $16 per year, non-members can join the Division for $20 per year. There is even a student rate of $10 per year.
Support the ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry and the ASDL by becoming a Partner or Patron.The patrons/partners program was created to support ASDL and the other web resources of the Division. If you work for a company or academic institution¬†ask your organization to sign up as a patron. ¬†Or show support by making a personal donation.