A Tweet, a Talk, a Spark—and a Contributed Paper

“I think both of us have a passion for professional development and networking in general. We connected over those topics on Twitter, so it seemed like a good idea for […] Read More »

Honor a Fellow Info Pro with a 2016 SLA Award!

Do you know a colleague or peer who has gone above and beyond the call of duty? An SLA member who should be honored for his or her dedication, leadership, […] Read More »

‘We Are So Passionate about Networking’

What became a research paper about networking that was presented at the SLA 2015 Annual Conference by two librarians who had never met each other began as a back-and-forth diatribe […] Read More »

Experience the SLA Virtual Conference in November

Join your info pros colleagues on November 12 for the SLA 2015 Virtual Conference. The virtual event features three popular sessions from the annual conference in June. The sessions received […] Read More »

Got Research? Share it at SLA 2016!

The word research conjures up images of scientists in lab coats hunched over microscopes or professors with books piled high on their desks. But savvy librarians and info pros know […] Read More »

New York Chapter to Host Annual Conference

Following the runaway success of their 2014 Annual Conference & Expo, members of SLA’s New York Chapter will return to Baruch College’s Vertical Campus on September 25 for another day […] 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 »

Conference Attendees Show Their Spirit

From before it officially opened to the moment it closed, SLA’s 2015 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO in Boston lived up to its theme. Urged to “Be Revolutionary,” conference attendees did […] Read More »

SLA 2015: Day 3

SLA 2015‘s final day is packed with networking and learning opportunities. Need a place to store your luggage today?  A luggage check will be available for attendees from 7:00 a.m. […] Read More »

Monday’s SLA 2015 Highlights

Happy Monday! Boston is teeming with savvy info pros eager to make connections and solve their greatest challenges. Below are a few sessions that may be of interest. Don’t forget […] Read More »

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  • There is often strength in the sharing of resources, whether they are solid (equipment and money) or soft items - https://t.co/4gO653F06z
  • Media Researcher Helps Readers Avoid Being ‘Bamboozled’ - See more: https://t.co/yMlnfG1cPj
  • Education, Networking and Events:  check out the @SLAhq Calendar https://t.co/RRy4vsYkFz
  • MOOCs could serve to train librarians, and librarians themselves can create MOOCs to educate library users - https://t.co/BZ89FcbxW6
  • Can one platform meet the needs of different audiences for online museums? Read the latest in Information Outlook: https://t.co/KWMt8JBOg4
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