About SLA

The Special Libraries Association (SLA) is a nonprofit global organization for innovative information professionals and their strategic partners in business, government, academic, and other “specialized” settings. If you manage information and/or knowledge resources for organizations and their stakeholders—such as business executives, government agency staff, university faculty and students, association members, nonprofit funders, and law firm partners—SLA is your professional home!

SLA promotes and strengthens its members through learning, networking, and community building initiatives. Information about the benefits of SLA membership, including reduced registration fees to attend our annual conference, is located here.

If you’re keen to develop your career and skills and help your organization succeed, don’t wait—join SLA now!

Want to learn more about us? Read our Vision, Mission, and Core Value Statements or click on the icons below.

Strategic Priorities

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Competencies

  • RT @timeshighered: Two-thirds of UK academics back open access, @Jisc and @RL_UK survey finds https://t.co/zW0F7QvqPr https://t.co/OgCzQoIx…
  • RT @christianlgray: The Growing Need for Chief Digital Officers (aka "Cultural" Digital Officers) https://t.co/xE5HurLHgx
  • Why join SLA? Today on our blog, 1 member shares how her diverse career history stays grounded in the SLA network: https://t.co/x0DtF3BeeS
  • Preparing for a presentation? Try these 7 tips via @OliviaMitchell in giving it a can't-miss title: https://t.co/y8eqPcGoU2
  • @LibrarySherpa @SLALegal @wolterskluwer congrats!
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