Optimizing the Annual Conference for All — Valerie Perry, Candidate for Director

Candidate Question #2: What changes, if any, do we need to make to keep annual conference as a vibrant, well-attended event? I am Valerie Perry and I am a candidate […] Read More »

Session Changes at SLA 2013

Although we do our best to minimize session changes at our annual conference, a limited number of changes will occur. For SLA 2013, changes to room assignments, as well as […] Read More »

Breeze Through Registration at SLA 2013

The best way to ensure a quick check-in process in San Diego for SLA 2013 is to register in advance. Visit the conference site to register now and/or to add […] Read More »

Have Your NYTimes Word Cloud Portrait Taken at SLA 2013

Leave San Diego with a unique souvenir courtesy of The New York Times, first-time Gold Partner of the SLA 2013 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO. Visit The New York Times booth to […] Read More »

#SLAtalk: Teach Your Users to Fish

Our fourth #SLAtalk session will take place Tuesday, June 4th, and will be jointly hosted by SLA and ProQuest & Dialog. They’re sponsoring the social media lounge at SLA 2013, […] Read More »

SLA 2013 Hotel Rates Expire Thursday!

Discounted SLA 2013 hotel rates will expire on Thursday, May 30. Book your hotel room at the reduced SLA rates today using the online housing portal.  There are rooms at […] Read More »

Keeping Our Conference Vibrant & Viable – Jill Strand, Candidate for President-Elect

Having had the honor to serve as chair for the 2013 Annual Conference Advisory Council, I know how much work has gone into making sure that this year’s conference meets […] Read More »

More Systems Thinking = Less Foxhole Diving

The evidence, information and knowledge (EIK) provision environments in which we work have become more complex. Teams, leaders and objectives change with increasing frequency, expertise isn’t always applied the same […] Read More »

What changes, if any, do we need to make to keep annual conference as a vibrant, well attended event? – Candidate blog post

Bethan Ruddock, Candidate for Director Attending the SLA Conference is a highlight of my year. Informative sessions, thought-provoking discussions, fun social events, and the chance to be around hundreds of […] Read More »

Question 2: What changes do we need to make to keep the annual conference a vibrant well attended event? Moy McIntosh, Candidate for Director

I’m running for Director and my name is Moy McIntosh. What changes would I make to the conference? There really isn’t much I’d change about the conference, it’s excitement is […] Read More »

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