A list of SLA 2015 CE courses for your consideration

It’s not too late to add a continuing education course (or two) to your SLA 2015 schedule, but the clock is ticking! Many divisions will not be selling tickets onsite, […] Read More »

Session Hashtags for SLA 2015

For a Twitter pilot project for SLA 2015, ten broad-interest sessions have been assigned hashtags to encourage online conversation and information sharing among conference attendees and non-attendee observers alike. Use […] Read More »

In Memoriam: Barbara Semonche

Barbara Semonche, a longtime SLA member who received the association’s highest honor, the John Cotton Dana Award, in 2004, died last week at the age of 82. Barbara joined SLA […] Read More »

Improve Information Visibility by Getting to Know Your Users

Want to make your information—and, by extension, yourself and your library or info center—more visible and valuable? Of course you do. But the key to information visibility doesn’t lie in […] Read More »

Online Planner Tips for #SLA2015

It’s less than a month until SLA 2015 in Boston, and we hope you have begun planning your networking and learning strategy for the conference.  (Not registered yet? Register right […] Read More »

#SLAtalk Roundup: Much to Do about Networking

What kind of networker are you? Do you struggle with small talk, or do you enjoy working a room? What do you want to get out of networking, and what […] Read More »

SLA Names Five New Fellows

SLA’s global presence will be highlighted at the opening session of the 2015 Annual Conference, as librarians from the Arabian Gulf and Asia Chapters join information professionals from North America […] Read More »

Two-day Immersion in Copyright at SLA 2015

Certificate in Copyright Management instructor Lesley Ellen Harris created this short video to tell you about two upcoming courses in the program that will take place at SLA 2015 in […] Read More »

SLA 2015: Session Picks from the Annual Conference Advisory Council Chair

A few session suggestions from Tracy Z. Maleeff: As chair of the SLA 2015 Annual Conference Advisory Council, I have been working on next month’s conference in Boston since April […] Read More »

Explore Knowledge Services at SLA 2015

NOTE: REGISTRATION FOR THESE COURSES IS NOW CLOSED. There are two opportunities in Boston for conference attendees to work with expert instructors to gain a better understanding of the benefits […] Read More »

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