Questioning the Need for Multiple Online Platforms

Planning to visit a museum over the holidays? You aren’t alone. By digitizing their collections, museums have made it easier than ever for audiences of all types—art lovers, “culture snackers,” […] Read More »

Reczek to Fill Vacancy on SLA Board

Karen Reczek will join the SLA Board of Directors next year and serve a one-year term to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of Bethan Ruddock. Bethan was elected […] Read More »

Volunteer for SLA in 2016 and Shape Our Association

Volunteering for an SLA committee or council or unit is a great way to build valuable skills while shaping and strengthening SLA. This year there are vacancies to fill at […] Read More »

Balancing Metadata Imperatives with User Needs

Schemas. Standards. Controlled vocabularies. Dublin Core. PRISM. TEI. The language and tools of metadata are familiar to Stephanie Routhier Perry, who uses descriptive and technical metadata to manage access to […] Read More »

Honor a Fellow Info Pro with a 2016 SLA Award!

Do you know a colleague or peer who has gone above and beyond the call of duty? An SLA member who should be honored for his or her dedication, leadership, […] Read More »

SLA Launches New Job Board

With the job market picking up steam, SLA is revitalizing its career center to help special librarians and information professionals connect with employers more quickly and easily than ever before. […] Read More »

‘We Are So Passionate about Networking’

What became a research paper about networking that was presented at the SLA 2015 Annual Conference by two librarians who had never met each other began as a back-and-forth diatribe […] Read More »

Experience the SLA Virtual Conference in November

Join your info pros colleagues on November 12 for the SLA 2015 Virtual Conference. The virtual event features three popular sessions from the annual conference in June. The sessions received […] Read More »

Webinar to Explore Librarians’ Role in Disaster Preparedness

Note: This Webinar took place on October 22. To view the Webinar, click here. The impact that disasters such as Superstorm Sandy and Hurricane Katrina can have on communities is […] Read More »

Take Your Library to Your Users

Notwithstanding the ubiquity of information-on-demand technologies such as smartphones and tablets, some people (especially families with young children) still consider the library a destination, not just a resource. They may […] Read More »

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