A ‘Tipping Point’ in the Evolution of Research

If you think search engines have disrupted the research process, wait until you see what’s coming in the next decade. That’s one of the subplots running through the March-April 2020 […] Read More »


SLA Honors 11 Members for Past Service, Future Promise

The COVID-19 virus pandemic is highlighting the critical need for trusted information during a crisis and, by extension, demonstrating the value of those who ensure that such information is available […] Read More »


SLA Stands Up for Librarians, Urges Action on Copyright and Intellectual Property

Climate change, the COVID-19 virus, and the faltering global economy are challenges of immense magnitude, and addressing them will require action on multiple fronts. The Special Libraries Association has been […] Read More »


In Memoriam: James King

Richard James King, a leader in SLA at both the association and community levels and a frequent speaker and presenter at SLA Annual Conferences and other industry meetings, died March […] Read More »


Is Your Organization Data Literate?

To the list of the many ways that special librarians and information professionals benefit their organizations—helping them make better decisions, improve their productivity, and so on—we can now add reducing […] Read More »


Go Beyond the Elementary: Present a Poster

The word posters conjures up images of elementary school classrooms adorned with cardboard rectangles highlighting everything from rules for good behavior (“Raise your hand to speak”) to the steps of […] Read More »


Making Friends, Confidants and Memories

Some memories are made of once-in-a-lifetime moments; others are lifetimes in the making, such as summer trips to the beach, with each year creating fresh memories. Memories of SLA Annual […] Read More »


If You Work with Information, You’re Home

Ever drive by a condominium or housing development and see a billboard that says, “If you lived here, you’d be home now”? That’s what SLA is for those who work […] Read More »


Get a Head Start on Leadership in 2020

Want to learn about leadership? A good place to start is a library—but not because it has a lot of books and other resources about leadership. It’s because it has […] Read More »


Licensing Webinar Offers Preview of New Certificate Program

Librarians are not lawyers, though they need to understand contracts. Librarians are not police officers, although they may help enforce proper usage of content and resources. And librarians are not […] Read More »

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