July-August Information Outlook Now Available

The July-August issue of Information Outlook is now available to SLA members.

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Start managing your online reputation. Stop serving everyone in your organization. Learn project management skills. Prepare your library or information center for a disaster. Build learning communities within your organization or community.

You may think you don’t need to do any of these things, let alone all five. Think again. Privacy settings provide only minimal security, serving everyone creates unrealistic expectations and prevents your library or information center from becoming a full partner on projects, and libraries and information centers will not survive if they view their mission as nothing more than providing information. And who could have guessed a year ago that a hurricane would devastate New York, bomb blasts would disrupt the Boston Marathon, and a shooter would enter a college library in California?

The July-August Information Outlook takes the guesswork out of these five critical actions. Add an interview with SLA member Ned Potter, a preview of “the next great copyright act,” and a wrap-up of the SLA 2013 Annual Conference, and this issue has something for even the most knowledgeable information professional.

SLA would also like to thank the issue’s advertisers for their support:

Dig in. Read the July-August issue now!

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