ALA-LC is a set of standards for romanization, or the representation of text in other writing systems using the Latin script. The initials stand for American Library Association - Library of Congress.
This system is used to represent bibliographic information by North American libraries and the British Library (for acquisitions since 1975), and in publications throughout the English-speaking world.
- ALA-LC for Arabic (first published 1991), from the American Library Association and the Library of Congress. 
- ALA-LC for Urdu, from the American Library Association and the Library of Congress. ALA-LC Romanization method for Urdu (2012)
- ALA-LC romanization for Russian
- Devanagari transliteration
- Romanization of Arabic
- Romanization of Armenian
- Romanization of Belarusian
- Romanization of Bulgarian
- Romanization of Khmer (Cambodian)
- Romanization of Ukrainian
- Romanization of Urdu
- “Searching for Cyrillic items in the catalogues of the British Library: guidelines and transliteration tables”
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