2013 Virtual Conference
The virtual conference featured six of the most successful sessions of SLA 2013 in San Diego. Purchase the recording of this two-day event now!
Topics include best practices in competitive intelligence, strategies for enabling decision-making in your organization, ninja skills for librarians, and more.
The SLA 2013 Virtual Conference was designed to offer every information professional actionable examples to help you invigorate leadership roles and put hard skills to put to work right away. Whether you were at the 2013 Annual Conference in June and couldn’t make it to every session you would’ve liked to, or couldn’t attend in person this year, the virtual conference recording offers a convenient solution for you.
|Access the full 2-Day conference (6 sessions) for $49 members / $79 non-members.|
A Profession in Transformation; Including the Five Habits of Highly Effective Information Professionals
Discover how to increase the value you deliver to your organization, based on exclusive insights from over 850 information professionals and senior executives worldwide. The Financial Times/SLA report will provide practical guidance to help you focus your efforts on the areas that add most value to your organization, to strengthen your role as a critical business asset. Find out what senior executives have identified as the greatest challenges regarding information management; whether your priorities are aligned with the service aspects that matter most to the internal clients within your industry; and how to adopt the habits of highly effective information professionals to become a best practice performer.
Head of B2B Marketing, Financial Times
Contributed Papers: (1) An Ethnographic Approach to the Knowledge Audit / (2) Outgoogling Google
An Ethnographic Approach to the Knowledge Audit:
You have probably heard of an information audit, and perhaps even a knowledge audit. Our speaker will share with participants his method of participant observation to conduct a successful knowledge audit, then describe how he used the results to develop a more thorough understanding of individual, departmental, and organizational practices.
Learn about how the National Library of Scotland is focusing on the library’s role as enabler by implementing a Google-type interface to deliver content. Information seekers can now search across multi-format library collections using a single search box. The result? An easy, seamless search experience for users.
Head of Access, National Library of Scotland
Knowledge Execution Lead, CIGNA
Go Beyond Google: Gathering Competitive Intelligence
Co-owner, Cascade Insights
Just Say No to Aimlessness! Strategic Leveraging of Social Media Content
Department Head, Information Services, MITRE
Senior Associate Librarian, Catalyst, Inc.
Ninja Skills for Librarians
Law Library Manager, Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi LLP
Director, Knowledge Resources, Maslon Edleman Borman & Brand LLP
Practitioner Picks: Best CI Techniques in Legal, Science and Finance
Vice President, Allis Information Management
Vice President, Morgan Stanley
Business Research Librarian, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP