The Librarian’s Skillbook, co-authored by Deb Hunt

Information professionals with a versatile, transferable skill set can choose from a wider range of career choices and enjoy a higher earnings potential. To help information professionals acquire these versatile […] Read More »

Building on the SLA & Financial Times Research Report (Download Today!)

The Evolving Value of Information Management is now available, and features commentary from both information professionals (providers) and senior executives who rely on information services (users). The research, conducted by […] Read More »

What info pros should be thinking about right now

Did you catch the Library 2.013 conference last week? “The Global Transformation of Libraries, LIS Education, and LIS Professionals,” the opening keynote by San José State’s Dr. Sandra Hirsh, outlined […] Read More »

Free Webinar: Fully Utilizing Research Sources with IHS Knowledge Collections

This Webinar has already occurred. Please view the Webcast Replay. Companies invest lots of money in information subscriptions to satisfy growing knowledge demands from researchers, engineers and other technical professionals. […] Read More »

Free Webinar: Turn Information Into Insight & Show Them What They’re Missing

Are your end-users still searching for business-critical information on the open web? If so, this SLA PartnerTalks webinar can help you encourage changes in their search behavior – and increase the value […] Read More »

Playoff Season for Information Professionals

Poor Dan Uggla. When the Atlanta Braves assembled their baseball team to face the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League Division Series earlier this month, the popular second baseman […] Read More »

Volunteer for SLA in 2014 and Shape Our Association

Volunteering for an SLA committee or council is a great way to build valuable skills while shaping and strengthening SLA. This year, we have 47 vacancies to fill at both […] Read More »

Unseen & Unheard: SLA Virtual Conference NINJAS

There are ninjas among us. That’s right, even in SLA, black belts roam the digital landscape, protecting the innocent, exposing the misleading, and wielding their skills with max efficiency. You can […] 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 »

SLA Membership Story: Volunteering, Networking, and Career Success

This membership story is written by Karen Reczek, MLS, SLA Fellow, and current happy member of SLA since 1989. Join Karen and thousands of information professionals today!  “My SLA colleagues […] Read More »

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