It’s ‘Back to School’ Time at Your SLA Chapter!

Want to learn more about copyright in Canada? The SLA Toronto Chapter has a one-day course for you.

Interested in creating an engagement-centered library? The SLA San Diego Chapter is addressing this topic at its annual professional development seminar.

Heard about bibliometrics and want to find out if it’s something your library should pursue? The SLA Maryland Chapter is co-sponsoring a two-day symposium on bibliometrics and research assessment.

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As children head back to school in much of the world, many SLA members are going back to school as well, taking advantage of educational programs presented by their SLA chapters. From the Cincinnati Chapter’s workshop on patent searching and competitive intelligence to the St. Louis Metro Area Chapter’s career development speaker series to the New England Chapter’s fall conference on building skills and creating value, SLA chapters are addressing the professional development needs of today’s special librarians and information professionals.

Sharpen your pencils and your skills—register now for a workshop, symposium, or seminar near you!

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