What sort of advice would you give to professionals, both newly minted and more seasoned? Tony Landolt, Candiate for Director

Network, network and keep focus on learning!  Hello, my name is Tony Landolt and I am running for the position of Director.  Over the past 20+ years that I have […] Read More »

Question 5: How can SLA involve and reach out more to members outside North America? Moy McIntosh, Candidate for Director

I think many of us don’t know how other chapters work let alone the international chapters. Do they meet monthly, weekly, yearly, do they focus on the educational or bring […] Read More »

#SLAtalk Roundup! Q & A with 2014 SLA President-Elect Candidates

With the SLA Board of Directors election opening on September 4th, we were thrilled to open the #SLAtalk twitter chat series to a Q & A session with our 2 […] Read More »

As an International Association, How is SLA Meeting Your Needs? – Leslie Reynolds, Candidate for President-Elect

Those of you outside of North America: how is SLA meeting your needs and what more could the Association do to help you thrive as an information professional?   We […] Read More »

SLA is an international organisation. How can SLA involve and reach out more to members outside North America? Bethan Rudddock, candidate for Director

The international aspect of SLA is one of my favourite things about the association! As a non-North American member I’ve always been very pleased by how I’ve been accepted: not […] Read More »

SLA Challenges Members to Learn, Grow, and Contribute – Leslie Reynolds, Candidate for President-Elect

For more than a decade, SLA has offered me challenges to learn, grow, and contribute.  I’d been a member of SLA since library school in the early 1990s, but it […] Read More »

Changing SLA’s Perspective from an International Organization to a Global Organization – Valerie Ryder, Chapter Cabinet Chair-Elect Candidate

Question 5: SLA is an international organization. How can SLA involve and reach out more to members outside North America? Valerie Ryder, Candidate for Chapter Cabinet Chair-Elect SLA membership growth […] Read More »

How can SLA involve and reach out to members outside North America? — Juliane Schneider, Candidate for Div. Cab. Chair-Elect

Hi, this is Juliane Schneider, candidate for Division Cabinet Chair-Elect. Reaching out to members outside North America is tough right off the bat because of the time difference.  It’s difficult […] Read More »

SLA Roles Helped Build My Career – Valerie Perry, Candidate for Director

Question 4: How has involvement with SLA over the years helped you grow professionally and personally?  I am Valerie Perry and I am a candidate for Director. In San Diego […] Read More »

#SLAtalk: Q & A with 2014 President-Elect Candidates

A special installment of #SLAtalk this Tuesday, August 27th at 1:30 pm EDT will feature our two candidates for 2014 President-Elect, Leslie Reynolds & Jill Strand. To stay organized during this Q […] Read More »

Page 3 of 712345...Last »
  • RT @HarvardBiz: How to Get the Most Out of a Day Off https://t.co/1Qfem95KF0
  • Researchers say their tool can often spot when Wikipedia discussions will degenerate into personal attacks by watch… https://t.co/M0saX10roI
  • How did #MemorialDay come about? An interesting blog post from the @USNatArchives History Office. https://t.co/0hpEewnKDN
  • "#1Lib1Ref – one librarian, one reference – is the Wikimedia Foundation’s initiative to engage the collective knowl… https://t.co/Sju6Y2no16
  • Chapter and Division gatherings and other special events are a big part of the #SLA2018 experience. Be sure to RSVP… https://t.co/IeMjjfTfjU
©2018 Special Libraries Association. All Rights Reserved

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close