‘Google Act’ Would Terminate NTIS

A bill introduced in April in the U.S. Senate would effectively abolish the National Technical Information Service (NTIS), which was established in 1950 to collect scientific and technical reports and […] Read More »

Learn about the importance of copyright management during our online open house

Our annual Certificate in Copyright Management (CCM) open house is an opportunity to learn about why information professionals are strategically positioned to become copyright gurus in their organizations. During the […] Read More »

Read the 2014 Contributed Papers!

How do journalists verify the information they get through social media, and what role can information professionals play in this process? Can embedding a library hackfest into a first-year computer […] Read More »

#SLAtalk Roundup! Mobile Tech in Libraries with #uklibchat

We partnered with #uklibchat to discuss how and where libraries will be incorporating mobile technologies in their services. We received some terrific ideas as well as real-world examples. Dig in! […] Read More »

#SLAtalk: Mobile Tech in Libraries – July 8

We’ll be collaborating with #UKlibchat on Tuesday, July 8th at 1:30 EDT to discuss the advancement of mobile technologies in information centers and libraries. The first hour of this Twitter chat […] Read More »

SLA Taking Steps to Comply with Anti-Spam Law

SLA staff and leaders are working to bring the association into compliance with a new law that will impose broad restrictions on electronic messages sent to addresses in Canada, home […] Read More »

#SLAtalk Roundup! Post Conference Chat

We got together to discuss memorable takeaways from SLA 2014, as well as chat about what additions and refinements we’d like to see at SLA 2015 in Boston. [View the […] Read More »

#SLAtalk: Post-Conference Chat

Whether you attended #SLA2014 in person or just followed along from afar, join us for an hour-long Twitter chat to discuss the ideas and inspirations that came out of Vancouver. […] Read More »

What is the current state of reference resources in libraries? (free whitepaper)

Guest blog post by Elisabeth Leonard, Executive Market Research Manager at SAGE and Former Reference Librarian. This post is a follow-up to SAGE’s SLA PartnerTalk (view the Webinar replay here). Last […] Read More »

**Scheduled System Upgrade**

NOTICE: SLA will be doing a technology upgrade beginning Wednesday, June 18, 2014. Our database, the member access to the website, ability to join or renew functions will be unavailable […] Read More »

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