Copyright risk management checklist

From Lesley Ellen Harris, Certificate in Copyright Management instructor and host of the upcoming virtual open house on copyright management: Copyright risk management is key to copyright compliance.  A short […] Read More »

5 Early Career Professionals Remark on SLA 2012

SLA-Europe, through its Early Career Conference Award (ECCA) program, sent five of its members to their first SLA conference in Chicago last July. They've got some very interesting reflections about […] Read More »

Call for Nominations: IFLA Section Standing Committees for 2013-2017

SLA is compiling a list of potential candidates to serve on various International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) Section Standing Committees  for the period from August 2013 to August […] Read More »

SLA 2012 Salary Survey Available

Now available for instant download, the latest SLA Salary Survey features comprehensive salary breakdowns for information professionals by primary job responsibility, job title, region, company size, experience, and much more. […] Read More »

Learn About Copyright in 2013

Join us at 1:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday, November 27, for a free virtual open house for SLA's Certificate in Copyright Management program. "Why We Need to Manage Copyright" is […] Read More »

Bibliogo Receives AIIP Technology Award

The Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP) honored Bibliogo with the AIIP Technology Award at the Internet Librarian Conference today. Bibliogo, a new tool from Reprints Desk, is honored for its […] Read More »

Awards & Honors Nominations Now Open

It's that time of year again! Time to nominate your colleagues to be honored for their professional achievements and contributions to SLA. Star and Fellows: nominations open through November 15th. John […] Read More »

#SLAchat: How do you collaborate?

In his column in the September-October issue of Information Outlook, Stephen Abram writes, "Disruptive technological innovations are creating new opportunities for information professionals to improve teams, workplaces and organizations." A […] Read More »

SLA Opposes Budget Cuts that would Hinder Access to Georgia Archives

In an October 4th letter, SLA strongly urged Georgia Governor Nathan Deal to reconsider budget cuts that would hinder public access to or close the Georgia Archives: "SLA opposes the […] Read More »

Information Outlook: Going Digital, Going Native

The September/October 2012 issue of Information Outlook is in the mail, and the November/December issue–the last printed issue of the magazine–is starting to take shape. In January 2013, the magazine […] Read More »

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