Preparing for Tough Interview Questions: Tips from TRAK Records & Library

This guest SLA Blog post is by Raechel Clark-Welch and Maura Barnes, national recruiters for TRAK Records & Library. TRAK is the sponsor of the Career Connections program at the […] Read More »

Does Your Professional Future Include KM and Knowledge Services?

From guest blogger Dale Stanley, director of literature resources, Gilead Sciences, and senior consultant, SMR International. He is an instructor for the KM/Knowledge Services Certificate program offered by SLA in […] Read More »

#SLAtalk: Collaboration – Better…Stronger…Faster

col-lab-o-rate: to work jointly with others or together especially in an intellectual endeavor. In any profession, collaboration is key. In the information profession, it’s a driver of success and impact. […] Read More »

Participate in the SLA-Financial Times Study to Improve Professional Value

A common challenge information professionals face is measurement of sucess, value, or impact. There aren’t an agreed upon set of metrics which we all can rely on to tangibly measure value or […] Read More »

What Would You Tell Your Past MLIS-Student Self? #SLAtalk Roundup!

Thanks to the many participants we had in our second installment of #SLAtalk! We were thrilled to see new twitter handles in the mix, as well as current MLIS grad […] Read More »

#SLAtalk: What would you tell your past MLIS-student self?

Our second #SLAtalk will take place on Tuesday, April 9th, and will seek participation from new and veteran information professionals, as well as current students at graduate schools of library […] Read More »

Job Hunting and Career Growth Tips from #SLAtalk Participants

Thanks to everyone who participated in #SLAtalk: Job Hunting and Career Growth. Below are some highlights from both sessions from March 5th, which encompass a great career resource. For a full […] Read More »

Job Hunting and Career Growth: an #SLAtalk!

SLA’s first Twitter chat of 2013 will focus on finding a job, and growing within that role. Tune-in to enjoy tips from both colleagues and SLA’s vendor partners. Two sessions […] Read More »

#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 »

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