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 »

SLA Sandbox: A Safe Place to Learn & Grow – Jill Strand, President-Elect Candidate

Minnesota Chapter members gathered to celebrate their 70th Anniversary this month, recognizing more than 20 past-presidents from the last 40 years.  It was great to hear stories from those who […] Read More »

Career advice for new and seasoned information professionals — Valerie Perry, Candidate for Director

Candidate Question #3: What sort of advice would you give to professionals, both newly minted and more seasoned professionals, who might be interested in non-traditional career paths? I am Valerie […] Read More »

Advice for Both Newly Minted & More Seasoned Professionals Who are Interested in Non-traditional Career Paths – Leslie Reynolds, Candidate for President-Elect

I’ve worked in a variety of positions in my career thus far:  engineering librarian, business & marketing librarian, manager of a fee-based research service, director of a management library, and […] Read More »

Career Advice for Librarians at Any Level – Jill Strand, Candidate for President-Elect

When I first enrolled in my MLIS program, I wasn’t really sure what kind of library would best suit my skills or interests.  Having grown up in a family of […] Read More »

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 »

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