Blogroll, Please: SLA 2012 Takeaways
It's been one month (can you believe it?) since we all ventured to Chicago for the 2012 Annual Conference.
What's one new idea, tool, or thought you took home?
Many of you have already shared your takeaways via blog posts. We hope you enjoy this attempt to list some of them*:
Slides from the Legal Division's 60 Sites in 60 Minutes: The Last Dash!
session by John DiGilio & Gayle Lynn-Nelson
Daniela Barbosa's "Only the Strongest Professions have the Strongest Associations"
Sara Batts' "Brief Thoughts on SLA 2012"
Solo Division Chair Patrick Clapp's "How Did Success Stories and Suddenly Solo Inspire You?"
Jill Hurst-Wahl's SLA 2012 Posts, including "What's Changed Since Library School?"
Ruth Jenkins' "SLA Chicago: A surreal and wonderful experience"
also by Ruth: "Marketing for the Rest of Us – SLA 2012 session write-up"
and: "#SLAChicago: Ruth Jenkins' reflections" (posted to SLA-Europe)
Rebecca Jones' "Eat like a bird, poop like an elephant"
Marie Kaddell's "Conference Tweets from Library Focus"
Catherine Lavallee-Welch's "2012 SLA Annual Conference – Chicago"
Valerie Ryder's "Challenges of Buying and Selling Content in 2012"
also by Valerie: "Contract Negotiation is Not for the Faint of Heart"
"Meaningful Measures: How do Buyers and Sellers Show ROI?"
"Interview with Gayle Gossen, 2012 SLA B&F Impact Award Winner"
"Ten Ways to Enchant Your Customers: Guy Kawasaki's Keynote"
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