Volunteer for SLA in 2016 and Shape Our Association

Volunteering for an SLA committee or council or unit is a great way to build valuable skills while shaping and strengthening SLA. This year there are vacancies to fill at […] Read More »

SLA Launches New Job Board

With the job market picking up steam, SLA is revitalizing its career center to help special librarians and information professionals connect with employers more quickly and easily than ever before. […] Read More »

#SLAtalk Roundup: Career Development with SLA’s Leadership & Management Division

What does it take to be a good leader or manager? If traits like decisiveness or willingness to take risks come to mind, you’ve probably been spending too much time […] Read More »

Media Researcher Helps Readers Avoid Being ‘Bamboozled’

“Brakes squeaking or grinding? We can help!” “Want to lose weight fast? We’ll show you how.” “Charged with a criminal offense? Consult one of our top-ranked attorneys.” If you’ve spent […] Read More »

Tasks for Modern Info Pros: Do Good Work

In November 2013, SLA published The Evolving Value of Information Management, a report summarizing the results of research commissioned by SLA and the Financial Times. The report, which was based […] Read More »

Networking: A Skill, Not a Personality Trait

Want to land a better job, get more professional recognition, and earn more money? It’s largely a matter of who you know—and who knows you. According to Ronald Burt, a […] Read More »

Tasks for Modern Info Pros: Build Relationships

In November 2013, SLA published The Evolving Value of Information Management, a report summarizing the results of research commissioned by SLA and the Financial Times. The report, which was based […] Read More »

Join the Competencies Conversation in Boston at SLA 2015

The Competencies Task Force is holding a session at SLA 2015 in Boston on Monday, June 15, at 4:00 p.m. in room 153C in the convention center. Please join task […] Read More »

Tasks for Modern Info Pros: Build Relationships

In November 2013, SLA published The Evolving Value of Information Management, a report summarizing the results of research commissioned by SLA and the Financial Times. The report, which was based […] Read More »

#SLAtalk Roundup: Much to Do about Networking

What kind of networker are you? Do you struggle with small talk, or do you enjoy working a room? What do you want to get out of networking, and what […] Read More »

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  • Where do librarians and info pros turn when they need to help their employers raise money? - https://t.co/uszHcWVhAA
  • Once you determine how your organization can work better, it?s imperative to manage the process: https://t.co/p491nWNpg1
  • Can One System Meet Multiple Audiences? Needs? Read the latest in Information Outlook: https://t.co/v298cuy4PH
  • CCM100 & CCM200 are part of SLA's Certificate in Copyright Management program. See more: https://t.co/rFc9dkYQQm
  • There is often strength in the sharing of resources, whether they are solid (equipment and money) or soft items - https://t.co/Er9TI7wIIX
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