Tasks for Modern Info Pros: An Ongoing Discussion

Almost a year ago, SLA published The Evolving Value of Information Management, a report summarizing the results of research commissioned by SLA and the Financial Times. The study, based on […] Read More »

#SLAtalk Roundup: Become a Crucial Associate—Tasks for Modern Info Pros

How do you learn new tech skills? Where do you find inspiration to create solutions for your workplace? How do you demonstrate ROI? What do you do to ensure your […] Read More »

Read the latest Information Outlook!

In October 2008, a radar telescope belonging to Ukraine’s national space agency sent a high-powered radio signal toward Gliese 581 c, an extrasolar planet thought capable of supporting life. The […] Read More »

Honor a Fellow Info Pro with an SLA Award!

Do you know a colleague or peer who has gone above and beyond the call of duty? A librarian or information professional who has made an impact on your career […] Read More »

#SLAtalk: Become a Crucial Associate—Tasks for Modern Info Pros

This chat occurred on October 28. View the roundup! SLA’s Public Relations Advisory Council (PRAC) is partnering with the Online Content Advisory Council for our next #SLAtalk discussion. Inspired by […] Read More »

Nominations Sought for Leadership Positions

Are you a forward thinking, good communicator with experience in SLA, or do you know someone who fits this description?  If so, the SLA Nominating Committee is looking for you […] Read More »

Register today: SLA PartnerTalk: Are You Finding the Skeletons in Their Closet?

Sign up for this free SLA PartnerTalk on October 22 sponsored by LexisNexis. It seems like each day brings another of a company’s nightmares to life. Determining reputational, financial distress, […] Read More »

#SLAtalk Roundup: Live and Learn!

How do information professionals stay current in today’s fast-changing information environment? How well do library schools prepare info pros for their careers, and what could they do better? We partnered […] Read More »

SLA Joins Coalition Questioning White House Policy on Document Release

What are “White House equities,” and what is their role in requiring federal agencies to receive White House approval before releasing certain documents? If you don’t know, you’re not alone—but […] Read More »

Rink Heads Slate of New Board Members

Tom Rink, an instructor for library services at Northeastern State University in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, will lead a group of five SLA members who will join the association’s board of […] Read More »

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