#SLAtalk Roundup: Time to Talk about SLA 2015

Crime, corruption, and cannabis. Fish, Fenway, and the Freedom Trail. Networking, noshing, and … well, you get the picture.

What will your SLA 2015 include? On May 27, Tracy Maleeff, chair of the 2015 Annual Conference Advisory Council, led a “loosey-goosey” #SLAtalk Twitter chat about the conference. Participants discussed the sessions they plan to attend, offered advice for first-timers (e.g., pack business cards and a pair of flip-flops), shared insights about local attractions, and explained how they translate the “take-aways” from the conference into action at their workplace.

To read what the chat participants had to say, view the highlights on Storify.

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