#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 »

Reminder: Complete the Salary Survey and Save 15% on the Report

If you are an SLA member, you should have an e-mail from survey@sla.org in your inbox. In the e-mail is your link to fill out the salary survey questionnaire. ALL […] Read More »

Get Insider Insights for Your Job Search or Career Change

Get the inside information you need to position yourself in a new job or career field. On Wednesday, October 10 (new date!), join presenters Scott Brown and Kim Dority for […] Read More »

Spotlight Sessions at SLA 2012

Make time in your busy SLA 2012 schedule to check out some of this year's Spotlight Sessions.  These high-profile events, which take place on the Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of […] Read More »

SLA, for everything I didn’t learn in library school

SLA Board Candidate Question 4: How has your work with SLA over the years helped you grow professionally and personally? Tara Murray, candidate for Division Cabinet Chair-elect: An information professional's […] Read More »

Career guidance at SLA 2012

SLA is presenting three Career Connection seminars in Chicago that you won't want to miss! Join speaker Jill Hurst-Wahl for the interactive session "Make the Most of a Difficult Situation: […] Read More »

In-depth learning at SLA 2012

It's not too late to consider registering for one or more continuing education courses at SLA 2012 in Chicago. These courses are in-depth half- and full-day learning sessions presented by […] Read More »

The only gadget I need

SLA Board Candidate Question 3: What is the newest “techie” gadget that you have/would like to have, and how do/would you use it to improve the work relationship that you […] Read More »

Why I joined SLA (Candidate Question #2)

Question #2: When did you first join SLA? What made you decide to join then, and why do you still belong today? I joined SLA as a newly-minted professional, back […] Read More »

Why I belong to SLA

SLA Board Candidate Question 2: When did you first join SLA? What made you decide to join then, and why do you still belong today? Tara Murray, candidate for Division […] Read More »

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