Sign Up Now: January Course on Copyright Fundamentals

Do you need to better understand copyright, but don’t know where to start? Sign up for CCM100 Introduction to Copyright Management: Principles and Issues and learn about: How and why […] Read More »

SLA Members Save on ITI Books

All Information Today, Inc. books will be discounted an additional 33% off the already discounted web order price now through January 7, 2013, when you order online. The discount is […] Read More »

Greta Marlatt Receives “I Love My Librarian Award” from Carnegie/New York Times

Ten librarians were recognized today by the Carnegie Corporation of New York/The New York Times for their services. Among those honored is Greta Marlatt, SLA member and information services manager for […] Read More »

#SLAchat: Why adopt Near Field Communication (NFC) at Work?

In the latest "New Technology" column of Information Outlook, Sophia Guevara explains Near Field Communication (NFC) and discusses its potential uses for information professionals. If you've seen recent Samsung Galaxy […] Read More »

Consider an Annual Donation to SLA

As 2012 draws to a close, we thank our inaugural class of Loyalty Club members, and encourage others to join. When SLA launched this club in early 2012, we set […] Read More »

Looking Beyond the Numbers: SLA 2013 in San Diego

As SLA’s incoming president in 2013, I encourage all SLA members to take advantage of the SLA 2013 Early registration rate which is open until the end of this month. It’s […] Read More »

The Art of Managing Copyright Issues in Your Enterprise

From guest blogger Lesley Ellen Harris, copyright lawyer and Certificate in Copyright Management instructor: How do you go from being overwhelmed with copyright issues to managing copyright on a daily […] Read More »

In Final Printed Issue, Information Outlook Looks at User Experience

A coffee bar, a TV lounge, comfortable chairs, dedicated quiet areas, 24/7 Internet access–the list of amenities that clients and customers expect from our libraries and information centers is long […] Read More »

Copyright open house replay now available

A replay of our recent virtual open house, "Why We Need to Manage Copyright," is now available. Watch this one-hour webinar to learn more about copyright management and compliance from […] Read More »

SLA 2013 Early Registration Now Open

Early registration for the 2013 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO (June 9-11 in San Diego) is now open. With over 200 sessions and SLA's industry-leading partners, SLA 2013 is the place […] Read More »

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