Margie Hlava Honored for Leadership and Support of Women Professionals

Margie Hlava has long been a leader within the information profession, serving on SLA’s board of directors and as a chapter president and division chair. Along the way, she has […] Read More »

Mysterious Book at the U.S. Geological Survey Library

As Richard Huffine, director of the library at the U.S. Geological Survey and a member of SLA’s board of directors, was going through his library’s rare book collection, he discovered […] Read More »

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 »

2013 Board of Directors Election Closes, Winners Announced

The election for the 2013 Board of Directors drew to a close last Wednesday (9/26). And the winners are: President-Elect: Kate Arnold Treasurer: John DiGilio Chapter Cabinet Chair-Elect: Kama Siegel […] Read More »

#SLAChat: Your 140-Character or Less Elevator Speech

It's always good to have an elevator speech ready, one that communicates your professional value in easy-to-understand language. What would yours be, if you had to keep it under 140 […] Read More »

#SLAchat: Were You Engaged at the #SLAchicago Keynote?

For 2012 Conference attendees: Did Guy Kawasaki's keynote at SLA 2012 compel you? engage you? Yes/No and why? For everyone: What do you look for in a keynote? What qualities […] Read More »

PAM Division History…come and hear the stories

A history of the Physics-Astronomy-Mathematics Division will be presented on Tuesday, 9:30am-11:00am, in room 201 in the convention center. Speakers for this session include Dorothy McGarry, David Stern, Michael Fosmire, […] Read More »

Special librarians learn to bond at airport

Special librarian delegation to China delayed in Los Angeles.  Haven’t learnt much about China, but a lot about bonding. Don’t miss next thrilling installment! Update:  Arrived in Beijing on the […] Read More »

Major Conference Partners

SLA 2008 Features Major Conference Support from Dow Jones & Company, LexisNexis and Springer Read the press release Thank You! To all of our Major Conference Partners for 2008! Read More »

JHW’s Notes: Building Bridges, Creating Partnerships

Thanks to Rebecca Jones and Craig Wingrove have just finished this program for the Consulting Section of the Leadership & Management Division.  Wonder what they said?  Read More »

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