Member Insights: Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

SLA has a rich breadth of members, expertise, and experiences. I am spending part of my year as SLA president reaching out to member groups to collect and share their […] Read More »

Takeaways from my Visit to the Georgia Chapter

In January, I attended ALA’s Midwinter meeting in Atlanta in my capacity as SLA president. I attended two events for library association and funding agency leaders where we discussed our […] Read More »

Member Insights: Northeast Chapters

SLA has an incredibly rich and diverse constituency. Members generally identify in two ways: by their geographic chapter and by their topical division. As I converse with and gather insights […] Read More »

‘Staying Connected is One of the Most Compelling Reasons’

Connecting people and information captures the essence of the library profession, so it seems only natural that SLA would use it as its tagline. For many special librarians, the appeal […] Read More »

Facilitating the Sharing of Websites

How many websites does the average person visit on a given day? A survey of citizens in 71 countries by Zenith OptiMedia found that Internet consumption averaged 110 minutes daily […] Read More »

Member Insights: 2017 SLA Board of Directors

I launched my 2017 communications on January 11 by introducing my presidential theme, “Experience SLA for Career Success,” and my blog series, Member Insights. During the year, I will reach out […] Read More »

New for 2017: SLA Member Insights Series

Welcome to a new year with SLA! I am honored to be this year’s president, and excited for the year ahead. I strongly believe in an association and a board […] Read More »

Take the Wheel and Help Drive Your Organization

Drivers—or, increasingly, the lack of them—are all the rage these days. Over the past five years, two ride-sharing services, Uber and Lyft, have upended the roughly $100 billion global taxicab […] Read More »

‘SLA Helped Me Gain Confidence in My Skills’

Catherine Lavallée-Welch has moved across the Atlantic Ocean (twice), worked in three different countries on two continents, and started an academic library from scratch. But odds are she never underwent […] Read More »

A Map to Helping Business Students Conduct Research

Unlike a business or organization that retains most of its workers from year to year, a college or university turns over roughly a quarter or more of its students every […] Read More »

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  • RT @deemagnoni: Check out my next SLA Member Insights Series from Ed, MAHD, News, & SocSci Divs. Thanks for sharing, all! @SLAhq https://t.…
  • Member Insights from these SLA Divisions: Education, @SLASocSci; News; and Museums, Arts, and & Humanities https://t.co/VoNkeTytAw #SLAers
  • @kellymdurk, we'll be publishing this info early March. We appreciate your patience and apologize for the inconvenience!
  • RT @SLANewYork: .@slahq President Dee Magnoni profiled the Northeast chapters (including us!) in a recent blog post: https://t.co/RqiknaXZo…
  • RT @slabf: Apply for the 2017 PrivCo Prize for Excellence in Business Librarianship (Apply by March 18th!) https://t.co/qAGclpMBM0 @SLAhq…
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