I noticed a link to The Center for the Studay of Rural Librarianship over on Sites and Soundbytes. The Center for the Study of Rural Librarianship (CSRL) was established in the Department of Library Science at Clarion University of Pennsylvania in 1978. It is a research, publishing, consultative, and continuing education facility. Its most recent endeavors include library outreach and particularly bookmobile services in the United States and overseas. Additionally, the CSRL is concerned with the development and use of information technology in rural communities. Its mission is to extend knowledge relative to the nature and role of rural and small libraries on a global basis.