Learn about the importance of copyright management during this free webinar

You are cordially invited to participate in SLA’s upcoming online copyright management open house and learn why attention to copyright is vital for your organization. This free event, hosted by […] Read More »

Playoff Season for Information Professionals

Poor Dan Uggla. When the Atlanta Braves assembled their baseball team to face the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League Division Series earlier this month, the popular second baseman […] Read More »

Contributed Papers: What Will You Write About?

Imagine a Fortune 500 manufacturing company that makes a variety of products. Some of its products are sold in more than one market, and the same product often goes by […] Read More »

Sept.-Oct. Information Outlook: Creating Value through Research Collaboration

The September-October issue of Information Outlook is now available to SLA members. Not an SLA member? Now is the perfect time to learn about our member benefits. Why you should read this issue Learn how information […] Read More »

Get Your Passports in Advance of SLA 2014

We have posted encouragements to renew or apply for your passport well in advance of SLA 2014 Annual Conference in Vancouver next June 8 – 10. With early registration for […] Read More »

‘I Would Go No Matter What’

Are you saving to attend SLA 2014 in Vancouver? Think you can’t save that much money, or that it’s your employer’s responsibility to pay your way? Pam Casey begs to […] Read More »

Change management and the preservation of knowledge sharing

What is change management? Change management focuses on the “human” side of an implementation, working with those interpersonal skills that result in success in any operational activity. How is change […] Read More »

Batteries, Bottled Water and Libraries

With the Northeast coast of the United States still recovering from Hurricane Sandy and Tropical Storm Karen expected to made landfall along the Gulf Coast on Saturday, disaster relief organizations […] Read More »

Some Libraries Still Open Despite Shutdown

Some U.S. Government libraries and information centers are still operating even though most federal offices and functions are closed pending the approval of a budget for fiscal year 2014. As […] Read More »

Meet Your New 2014 Board Members!

The election for the 2014 SLA Board of Directors closed yesterday, September 25th, with 25% of SLA members’ votes resulting in the following 5 SLA members being elected to the […] Read More »

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