In Memoriam: Alleen Thompson

Alleen Thompson, whose 1982 induction into the SLA Hall of Fame punctuated a career that included creating two libraries from the ground up and serving in the Women’s Naval Reserves […] Read More »


In Memoriam: Angela Pollis

Angela R. “Ange” Pollis, a 1999 inductee into SLA’s Hall of Fame and an active member and leader of the SLA Pittsburgh Chapter well into her retirement years, died on […] Read More »


SLA Honors 11 Members for Past Service, Future Promise

The COVID-19 virus pandemic is highlighting the critical need for trusted information during a crisis and, by extension, demonstrating the value of those who ensure that such information is available […] Read More »


If You Work with Information, You’re Home

Ever drive by a condominium or housing development and see a billboard that says, “If you lived here, you’d be home now”? That’s what SLA is for those who work […] Read More »


Get a Head Start on Leadership in 2020

Want to learn about leadership? A good place to start is a library—but not because it has a lot of books and other resources about leadership. It’s because it has […] Read More »

Road to New Skills, New Job Begins with SLA

Looking for your first job, or trying to learn new skills so you can get a better one? Membership in SLA puts you on an inside track toward both. Starting […] Read More »

Are You Getting Paid What You’re Worth?

Did your salary increase last year? More than three quarters of information professionals who responded to a recent survey said they had received a pay increase over the prior year, […] Read More »

Leading (and Managing) in the Library

Are great leaders and managers born, or made? When your career is on the line, why take chances? SLA offers several opportunities for special librarians and information professionals to enhance […] Read More »

Find Your Next Job through SLA’s Career Center

Looking for a library job in the Chicago area? AIM Specialty Health is hiring a knowledge services librarian, and Spencer Stuart, an executive search and consulting firm, is advertising for […] Read More »

SLA to Honor Cappoli for Enhancing Librarians’ Skills, Careers

Rose Vormelker began working in libraries at the age of 16, and when her distinguished career ended at age 67, she “retired” to Kent State University to educate future librarians—a […] Read More »

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