Improving the Value of the SLA Member Experience

Ever had an out-of-body experience? A once-in-a-lifetime experience? A near-death experience? Me neither—although the first time I went motorcycle riding with my husband, I sort of wished my body had […] Read More »

SLA to Honor Two for Advancing Careers of Others

Rose Vormelker was barely five feet tall, but she had an enormous impact on the development of other special librarians. She taught library and information science courses at several academic […] Read More »

Take a CE course in Boston

In addition to the regular session offerings at SLA 2015, you may also want to consider a CE course to deepen your knowledge and make your conference experience complete. CE […] Read More »

Expanding on What I Learned in Vancouver for SLA 2015

Guest post from member Ray Maxwell, who is looking forward to SLA 2015. I am reviewing my blog posts from SLA 2014 and thinking about a game plan for Boston […] Read More »

SLA Launches New Learning Initiative

Beginning next week, SLA members will receive a steady stream of content on timely topics courtesy of a new learning program designed to inform, empower and enhance the careers of […] Read More »

‘The Thrill Never Goes Away’

If you spend much time on Wikipedia, particularly if you’re researching music from the late classical era and the early Romantic period, chances are you’ll get to know Bob Kosovsky. […] Read More »

New Webpage Serves as Portal to Board Information

Finding information about the SLA Board of Directors is now easier than ever, thanks to the launch of a page that serves as a portal to key initiatives, actions and […] Read More »

Question Your SLA Conference Experience

A guest post from SLA member Jacob Ratliff, with tips for ensuring an excellent SLA 2015. The way to get the most out of your SLA conference experience is to […] Read More »

Business & Finance Division Will Offer a Unique Learning Opportunity in Boston

We hope to see you in Boston for SLA 2015.  We’ve asked members to tell you why they’ll be in Boston for the conference and what sessions and events they’re […] Read More »

Become a CI Supersleuth (No Spy Cam Required)

The term competitive intelligence may conjure up images of breaking into offices in the middle of the night or hacking into corporate databases, but if your idea of sleuthing doesn’t […] Read More »

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