• Can’t-Miss Education Sessions

    Read detailed descriptions of conference education sessions to find out what you’ll learn at SLA 2018! Learn More »

  • Learn to Manage CI Literature Research

    In INTEL-03, you’ll discover tools and best practices to manage intelligence literature research and resources. Learn More »

  • Changes in Your Workplace?

    Putting changes into effect takes careful planning. Enroll in KMKS105 to learn to manage and implement changes effectively. Learn More »

  • Register for SLA 2018 in Baltimore!

    Come to Baltimore June 9–13 for top-notch education sessions, fantastic networking, the renowned INFO-EXPO, and an unforgettable opening keynote by Librarian of Congress Dr. Carla Hayden! Register now »

  • Manage Your Career

    Find the career opportunities you’re looking for! Explore SLA’s revamped career center to find industry-specific jobs, post your résumé anonymously, and create job alerts. Learn More »

  • Read Information Outlook

    Using the SLA competencies to chart your career and communicate your value, tackling licensing issues, branding your library, and using distance learning tools—all this and more in the latest issue! Learn more »

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