What Will the Future Feel Like?

Many libraries and information centers are dispensing with printed materials in favor of online resources, but that doesn’t mean they can no longer offer a tangible, tactile experience to their […] Read More »

Loss of Access to Court Records Causes Concern

Law librarians and others in the legal community were caught by surprise earlier this month when an online warehouse for U.S. appellate, district, and bankruptcy court records suddenly cut off […] Read More »

In Memoriam: Bob Malinowsky, SLA President 1985-1986

SLA regrets to announce that Harold Robert “Bob” Malinowsky, who served as president of SLA in 1985-1986, died on August 16. Born in Kansas in 1933, Bob earned his library […] Read More »

#SLAtalk Roundup! Trailblazing! Info Pros and the Entrepreneurial Spirit

We partnered with the Association of Independent Information Professionals (@AIIP) for an hour-long Twitter chat about what it takes to be a trailblazing information professional. Whether participants were already independent info pros, looking for career […] Read More »

Competitive Intelligence as a Leadership Tool

SLA NY, SLA Business & Finance Division, SLA Europe and the SLA Legal Division are pleased to present a competitive intelligence program with a look to the future of your […] Read More »

Register Now: Modern Scientific Advances and Innovations: A Focus on Space, Transport and 3D Printing

You’re invited to a free SLA PartnerTalk on September 23 (register now!), sponsored by IET Inspec with EBSCO. During this presentation, Dr. Chris Marker will discuss hot topics in science, engineering and […] Read More »

#SLAtalk: Trailblazing! Info Pros and the Entrepreneurial Spirit

This session occurred in the past. To read the round-up of Tweets, please view the Storify recap. Passion. Positivity. Adaptability. Leadership. Ambition. According to Entrepreneur Magazine, it is these five […] Read More »

‘Google Act’ Would Terminate NTIS

A bill introduced in April in the U.S. Senate would effectively abolish the National Technical Information Service (NTIS), which was established in 1950 to collect scientific and technical reports and […] Read More »

Learn about the importance of copyright management during our online open house (UPDATED)

Our annual Certificate in Copyright Management (CCM) open house is an opportunity to learn about why information professionals are strategically positioned to become copyright gurus in their organizations.  UPDATE: The […] Read More »

Read the 2014 Contributed Papers!

How do journalists verify the information they get through social media, and what role can information professionals play in this process? Can embedding a library hackfest into a first-year computer […] Read More »

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