Are You Getting Paid What You’re Worth?

Did your salary increase last year? More than three quarters of information professionals who responded to a recent survey said they had received a pay increase over the prior year, […] Read More »

At SLA 2019, Learning and Networking Take the Cake

The Cleve. C-town. The rock ‘n roll capital of the world. The North Coast. Cleveland has had many nicknames throughout its history, but perhaps the most surprising one headlined a […] Read More »

New Webinar Series Looks at Technology

Will blockchain and artificial intelligence (AI) make inroads into libraries, or will they prove to be more hype than help? Are social media’s best days behind it, and will concerns […] Read More »

Is Your Integrated Library System Truly Integrated?

Does your integrated library system (ILS) help you manage tasks such as cataloging, circulation, acquisition, paying bills, and monitoring access? Of course it does—but it should do much more. That’s […] Read More »

SLA: Where the Learning Is

In Maurice Sendak’s popular children’s book Where the Wild Things Are, a boy’s bedroom magically transforms into a jungle, and he sails off to an island inhabited by “wild things” […] Read More »

Developing and Communicating Your Library’s Mission

Does your library or information center have a mission, and do you know what it is? Could you recite it if your boss called you into his or her office? […] Read More »

On #GivingTuesday, a Commitment to Giving Back

For most people, Giving Tuesday is an occasion to give. For at least one SLA member, it’s an occasion to give back. “SLA is a major reason I have had […] Read More »

Leading (and Managing) in the Library

Are great leaders and managers born, or made? When your career is on the line, why take chances? SLA offers several opportunities for special librarians and information professionals to enhance […] Read More »

Tara Murray to Serve as SLA President in 2020

SLA members have selected Tara Murray, a 20-year SLA member who has been active at all levels of the association and has worked in public, private, corporate, and academic libraries, […] Read More »

Accessibility and the User Experience

The development of the Internet and of search engines that can crawl millions of webpages at the snap of a finger have revolutionized the user experience for information seekers. But […] Read More »

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