SLA 2014 Partner Copyright Clearance Center Launches DirectPath

Copyright Clearance Center, a Gold Partner to the SLA 2014 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO (sponsoring the Sunday General Session & Keynote, as well as the Rising Stars Award & Roundtable), […] Read More »

Read the May-June Information Outlook

Big data. Is it just the latest tech fad, or will it become a permanent fixture in organizations seeking to learn more about their customers and refine their business processes? […] Read More »

On Deck: The Agony & Ecstasy of Discovering More in Search

Scheduled for Monday, June 9th at 4:00 p.m., all SLA Annual Conference attendees are invited to attend this Hot Topic session which will explore the future of effective search methods. This […] Read More »

Tracy Z. Maleeff to Receive Inaugural Dow Jones Innovate Award

SLA Leader to be Honored at SLA 2014 in Vancouver Alexandria, Virginia, 4 June 2014 – An information professional who has helped invigorate SLA’s social media and online presence will […] Read More »

Learn to Deliver Easy-to-Consume, Customized Information Solutions at SLA 2014!

In today’s fast-paced global economy, clients value information that is not only easy to access, but also easy to consume. To help boost your ability to deliver customized, easy-to-consume research […] Read More »

When Search Gets in the Way

This guest blog post is by Miles McNamee. Miles McNamee is Vice President, Licensing and Business Development, overseeing business development efforts and licensing of all CCC products and services.   In […] Read More »

#SLAtalk Roundup! Beyond Borders at #SLA2014

#SLAtalk participants got together on May 22nd to discuss the upcoming SLA 2014 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO – the sessions, attractions, travel tips, restaurants, vendors, and everything else we’re excited for at […] Read More »

Free Webinar: Better Decisions Faster with Single Source Reference

Engineers, scientists, researchers and other technical professionals need quick, easy access to comprehensive reference content to accelerate their research and problem-solving. Typically, however, they must consult more than a dozen […] Read More »

Comments Submitted on Orphan Works and Mass Digitization

On May 21st, SLA, AALL, MLA and AAHLS provided comments to the U.S. Register of Copyrights concerning Orphan Works and Mass Digitization.  The comments illustrated the myriad reasons that libraries digitize […] Read More »

Hackfests, Battlefield Lessons, and Network Visualization: Contributed Papers at SLA 2014

Interested in research and scholarship? Wondering what your peers in SLA have done in these areas, and how you might do it, too? If so, attend one of the three […] Read More »

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