Strategic Planning: Taking a Team Approach

Being a team leader requires stepping up, but it also means knowing when to step aside. That’s one of the key messages in Bill Sedgwick and Esther Ewing’s article, “Information […] Read More »

Webinar: Conflict First Aid: What to Do When You Don’t Know What to Do

From guest blogger Pat Wagner, speaker for the May 14 webinar on conflict resolution, which is sponsored by the New York Chapter and the Solo Librarians Division, along with several […] Read More »

Partnership Releases New Learning Resource

On the heels of the recent launch of its new Learning Initiative Partnership (L.I.P.), SLA has teamed with the Institution of Engineering and Technology to release a PowerPoint presentation on […] Read More »

Tasks for Modern Info Pros: Link Your Work to Risk Mitigation

In November 2013, SLA published The Evolving Value of Information Management, a report summarizing the results of research commissioned by SLA and the Financial Times. The report, which was based […] Read More »

GLBTIC Celebrates 20 Years

Member Cy Behroozi invites SLA 2015 attendees to celebrate in Boston. It’s fitting that the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues Caucus (GLBTIC) will celebrate a milestone – its 20th […] Read More »

New professionals can learn a lot at SLA 2015

Guest blogger Siobhan Guinness on what SLA 2015 has to offer new professionals. There is so much this year for a new graduate to avail themselves of in Boston. My […] Read More »

Tackling the Challenge of Scarce Resources

People often view technology in terms of the personal benefits they derive, such as 24/7 connectivity to family, friends, and co-workers or assistance with navigating unfamiliar terrain. Much less attention […] Read More »

What 15 Minutes Can Save You

What do a gecko, a caveman, a pig, and the SLA 2015 Annual Conference have in common? All of them can save you something valuable. For the past 15-plus years, […] Read More »

Conference Networking Ideas

New York Chapter member Hildy Dworkin shares her conference networking tips. Don’t forget to check out what other members have to say about attending the conference. Solo No More Have […] Read More »

Getting around Boston: The Places I Love

You need to come to SLA 2015 for the CE courses, for the INFO-EXPO Hall, for the amazing sessions, for the quality time with our people. Personally, I’m looking forward […] Read More »

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