The National Library and Information System of Trinidad and Tobago (known as NALIS) is a corporate body established by the NALIS Act No. 18 of 1998 to administer the development and coordination of library and information services in Trinidad and Tobago.

As a statutory authority under the Ministry of Education, NALIS is governed by a Board which ensures proper and efficient performance of the functions of the organisation. NALIS is managed by an Executive Director assisted by a Deputy Executive Director and Directors of its various divisions.

NALIS provides library and information services at the Heritage Library (located in the National Library Building, Port-of-Spain), 23 public libraries, 4 mobile libraries, 66 special libraries, 133 secondary and 483 primary school libraries, 25 ECCE centres. Library services are also provided through its website at and its social media sites: the blog, Facebook, Twitter and Youtube.

The National Library of Trinidad and Tobago, located at Hart and Abercromby Streets in Port of Spain, is the administrative seat and focal point of NALIS' libraries and information service centres in Trinidad and Tobago.

More information on the Wikipedia page [1]

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