European Research Institutions, Libraries and Archives need Balanced Copyright Laws

More than 60 library, archive and research institutions, including SLA, from countries across the European Union and internationally, representing over 650,000 information professionals, have joined together in a letter asking […] Read More »

Introducing the 2015 Candidates for the SLA Board of Directors

Leading up to the election in September, there will be a variety of opportunities for you to get to know the 2014 SLA Board of Directors candidates. If you haven’t […] Read More »

Adapt, Act and Thrive: Ensuring a Sustainable Library at SLA 2014

SLA 2014 Hot Topic Session: Monday, June 9, 2014 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. The current information industry landscape is filled with challenges that require tangible solutions and  present real […] Read More »

World Intellectual Property Day

In celebration of World Intellectual Property Day on April 26, 2014, SLA CEO Janice Lachance stated as part of a project for The Copyright & New Media Law Newsletter, “Intellectual […] Read More »

From Across the Globe for SLA 2014

SLA member Penny Leach, based in the U.K., will be in Vancouver for SLA 2014.  Join her and our other series contributors in June for a fantastic learning and networking […] Read More »

SLA HQ Building Sale – Question and Answer Session

Join SLA President Kate Arnold, President-Elect Jill Strand, Treasurer John DiGilio and CEO Janice Lachance to learn more about the reasons behind the sale of our headquarters building. You will […] Read More »

Get Your Employer’s OK for SLA 2014

You know why you need to attend SLA 2014, but does your employer? If not, use the letter below to help make your case. Simply copy and paste the text […] Read More »

Free Webinar: Psychological science: Innovations in the dissemination of information

Join us on 7 May at 1:00 p.m. EDT as Aime Ballard-Wood, Director of Publications for the Association for Psychological Science (APS), discusses recent efforts for heightened dissemination of psychological […] Read More »

CI at SLA 2014

A new post in our series about attending SLA 2014. Read Lynn Strand’s post below, and the previous series posts here. I am delighted to be able to attend SLA […] Read More »

A Recent Grad on SLA 2014

A post in our series from members you’ll get to meet in Vancouver at SLA 2014.  Read the other posts here. My name is Rachel Korman and I am a […] Read More »

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