The National Association of Parliamentarians is dedicated to teaching, promoting, and disseminating the philosophy and principles underlying the rules of deliberative assemblies.
Offers videos, books, and procedure advice from a registered parliamentarian at the Dear Parliamentarian column.
This site includes the objectives of the state association and the annual convention date. The Crossroads Unit (Argyle, TX) is featured and lists study meeting dates, and a tip of the month.
This non-profit voluntary chapter of the American Institute of Parliamentarians in California is dedicated to an improved knowledge of parliamentary procedure.
This site includes a short history of Robert's Rules, how an organization can adopt it, the basics of parliamentary procedure, a question and answer forum, and an "Ask the Authors" feature.
Offers advice specifically on parliamentary procedure including unproductive meetings and materials available, with a parliamentary tip.
This site is hosted by Professional Registered Parliamentarian, Stran L. Trout. It includes parliamentary procedure links, a list of printings of Robert's Rules of Order, Trout's Top Ten Rules of Order, and details on how to fly the American Flag.
Includes information relating to the annual meeting, Arizona state officers, and hot links. Pages for the Central, Southern, and Northern Units are also available.
The 1915 (Fourth) Edition with slight modifications and enhancements, by the Constitution Society.
Overview of parliamentary procedure. Principles, a description of a deliberative assembly, a sample agenda, the procedure for handling a main motion, and the rules for the 13 ranking motions are listed.